By Larry GLicken

The Cincinnati Bengals kept their hopes of post season play alive last night when they beat The Philadelphia Eagles 34-13 and handed Eagles Head Coach Andy Reid the teams 10th loss on the season. For Reid his New Year could be filled with a move to another team. The Bengals new year could be started off with post season play if things continue to move in the direction the team is going. The Bengals got off to a quick start against the Eagles and it looked like the team was going to have an easy night. That was until Bengals Q.B. Andy Dalton starting fumbling the football. The Bengals would lose the momentum and for a short time the Eagles looked as though they could turn the tide.

Then the wheels completely fell off the Eagles team. The Bengals started running away with the game and in the 3rd quarter Cincinnati started to run away with the game. Andy Dalton redeemed himself, he  completed on 13 of 27 passes for 127 yards and one touchdown, the redeeming factor was he didn’t put the football on the field again. The Bengals have had am interesting second half of the season. If they  make it to post season play, how far can they go?

 

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