All of this has happened since the last time the Cincinnati Bengals could put together two straight playoff years, but it is seeming more and more like it may just happen again. The Bengals have won four straight, and have the possibility of winning out. A.J. Green seems like the modern-day Randy Moss. Andy Dalton’s little sophomore slump should be named the mid-sophomore-season slump.
BenJarvus Green-Ellis has been doing things not seen by a Bengals RB since Corey Dillon (he did it in 1999). The defense has finally shown up, and the turnovers, for the most part, have stopped. This is that little recipe of success that we have been looking for, and it could be the recipe for the first back-to-back playoff seasons in 30 years. It could possible even lead to the first playoff win since 1990. Times are looking great for the players, coaches, and fans of the Bengals. Now, it’s just up to Andy Dalton, A.J. Green, and the rest of the team to keep up this success. If this success can continue, the Bengals could finish with an 11-5 season, but if not, all of this could just be a dream.