The Cincinnati Bengals: Where Troubled Dallas Cowboys Go to Die

May 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cincinnati, Ohio: Birthplace of Drew Lachey from the late-1990s musical sensation 98 Degrees, and where troubled Dallas Cowboys go to die.
Or at least fade into oblivion.
Think about it.
Where did Tank Johnson land after his illustrious 24-game stint in Dallas in which he recorded a legendary 22 tackles and three sacks?
What about the famous “Roy Williams Rule” Roy Williams, who earned notoriety for essentially having the horse-collar tackle rule named after him and his dangerous take downs?
Lest we forget about receiver Antonio Bryant, too. He picked the wrong man to exchange heated words with in Bill Parcells, resulting in his departure from Dallas through trade to where else, but Cincinnati—home of the Bengals.
He was even failing drug tests without even being under contract with any NFL team at one point.
And now here we are, with perhaps the most mercurial of them all, Adam “Pacman” Jones, a Cincinnati Beng...

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