That’s the Pitts: 3 Bengals that had Forgettable Games vs Steelers

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With all the stars aligning after losses by Denver and New England, a win last Sunday night was supposed to be a magic carpet ride that got this team some respect and the number 2 seed.  One quarter of football is all it took to end the ride, now this team in a fight for not just the division, but a playoff spot.

So let’s hope the Bengals got their last stinker out of the way and now they can go on a run. Let’s hope.

Well, here come the Vikings who just beat the red-hot Eagles and are ready to make things really interesting.  These three players/coaches need to make a major fix in their games after having clunkers in Pittsburgh.

2 Players and a Coach That Had a Forgettable Trip to Pittsburgh:

 

Sep 16, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham (84) is tackled by Pittsburgh Steelers defensive end Ziggy Hood (96) and linebacker Jarvis Jones (95)during the second quarter at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

TE – Jermaine Gresham

Gresham’s overall play just wasn’t’ good and he had a costly fumble while carrying the ball like a loaf of bread.  Gresham is supposed to be one of the vets, one of the guys you can count on to pull the team out of a funk, not add to it.  Combined through 14 games our two 1st round TE’s have 5 TD’s.

In comparison Jimmy Graham has 14, Vernon Davis has 12, Julius Thomas has 11, and Jason Witten has 8, someone is not getting the job done or using them to the offenses advantage.

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