The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Week 17

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Dec 29, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) celebrates after throwing a pass for a touchdown during the second quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

The Good

A Win – Even in blow outs, the Bengals are a team that rarely offers a pretty win. Sunday was no different. At times, the play was down right ugly, but beating the Ravens by 17 points and knocking them out of the playoffs is a drink I like served warm, cold or anything in between. Drink it in Bengals fans!

 

The “Good” Dalton – He may never have been clinically diagnosed with a split personality, Dalton has one. The “Good” Dalton set the franchise record for touchdown passes (33) and passing yards (4,296).

The “Good” Dalton is 3rd in the NFL with 33 TDs, has improved in wins every year and has made the playoffs every year in the league. The “Good” Dalton had nice TD passes to Green and Jones and some nice runs (including a TD of his own).

And, I am a firm believer that the “Good” Dalton can lead this team to the Super Bowl…as long as the “Good” Dalton is the one that comes to play in January.

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