Bengals must stay positive & press-on to get past frustrating loss

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Oct 16, 2011; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals fans react during the second half against the Indianapolis Colts at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals defeated the Colts 27-17. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports


Sunday was a painful loss for the Cincinnati Bengals, but it certainly doesn’t take away from what’s been an exciting start to the 2013 season, that included last week’s memorable comeback against the Green Bay Packers, which, given today’s result, made it that much more critical to the rest of the season.

Not to mention getting a rare win over Pittsburgh Steelers in a rare setting on Monday Night Football.

Speaking of which, while today’s result was unfortunate, it could be worse:


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  • Ron Fulton

    It should be evident to any fan that Dalton is not the answer at QB. Mike Brown did his job and surrounded him with the talent a lot of QB’s would like to have. Too many overthrown balls and balls being batted down. Not on same page with receivers. Also Tate needs to go.