Cincinnati Bengals Have Found Formula for Offensive Success

October 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The 2010 Cincinnati Bengals have blown any realistic chance at winning back-to-back division titles. A playoff appearance seems to be a miracle away at this point.
Sunday's loss to the Falcons killed any and all hope. The defense was destroyed by Matt Ryan and it looks as if the absence of Johnathan Joseph hurt big time.
But it also showed the team a formula for playing well offensively.
Carson Palmer and the offense has been taking most of the blame for this choke job of a season. Questions about Palmer's accuracy, mental well-being, and relationship with his receivers have already been debated to death.
Palmer silenced some of his critics while torching the Falcons secondary for over 400 yards, three TDs and zero interceptions. His accuracy was very impressive aside from a couple of deep balls he missed to Terrell Owens. He completed 36 of his 50 passes.
Chad Ochocinco bounced back with 108 yards on 10 receptions and a garbage time TD. But he did add a few mo...

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