The Bengals also play the Minnesota Vikings at home, and that team is pretty hard to read at the moment. Adrian Peterson is still very good, but that defense is not something to worry about. When it comes to quarterback, one cannot be sure which one they will play. Will it be Freeman? If so, what side of Freeman will be playing? Will it be 2012 Freeman? And finally, the Bengals play their last game of the season at home against the Ravens.
While the Ravens seemed to have been digressing, Andy Dalton has yet to beat the Ravens in a full 60 minute contest. This could be a huge stepping stone not only for him, but for the whole team attempting to catch fire into the playoffs, assuming they make it.
Overall, it’s not that unreal to see the Bengals going undefeated at home. There will be some tough games, but the Bengals have done well in tough games this year. There’s a very good chance the Bengals could go undefeated at home in over 20 years.