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At $12,500 per ankle twist, Burfict received a more lenient punishment than guys who celebrated a touchdown, or wore the wrong color shoes.
a) Don’t count out the Patriots.
b) Don’t count on the Bengals.
If Tom Brady was likable enough to be Batman, can the Bengals play the role of Bane on Sunday and break New England’s back?
Welcome to “This Is Totally Your Year,” our overly optimistic preview of the 2014-15 NFL season for all 32 teams. We’ve broken down why every team — yes, even your team (and yes, even your team, Rams fans) — will win it all this year. We’ll also give some reasons for pessimism and even estimate an actual season prediction. Next up: The Cincinnati Bengals.
Former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson is hopeful of a return to the NFL, while he plays with the Montreal Alouettes in the Canadian Football League. There is no truth to the rumor he changed his name in Montreal to “Chad Huit-Cinq.”
A video uploaded to YouTube last week showed a man peeing on Art Modell’s grave. That got us thinking about other sports team owners that once held a city’s hearts in his hands – before he crushed them, becoming a hated pariah forever more.
I gotta take a big ol sh*t but my cleanin lady still here.And she super nice so I dont even wanna do her like that by tearin up the bathroom
— George Iloka (@George_iloka) March 10, 2014
The Cincinnati Bengals were legit Super Bowl contenders last year, except for the fact that they had a flaming noodle arm at the game’s most important position. Or at least that was the opinion of the masses. I personally revealed on my hit TV show, “First Take,” that the Bengals lacked the KILLER INSTINCT, and thus would never amount to anything. And safety George Iloka has simply confirmed my opinion, by showing that he’s afraid to upset a maid by taking a smelly shit.
Bengals first-year RB Giovani Bernard is one of the finalists for the Pepsi Max Rookie of the Year Award. Scott Engel and Adam Ronis talk to him about his impressive debut campaign. The RotoExperts are on Sirius/XM Fantasy Sports Radio (Sirius 210, XM 87) weekdays from 6 to 11 am ET and on Saturdays and Sundays from 7 to 10 am ET.