What would a Bengals win over Baltimore tonight mean for the rest of the season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengal Maniac View Post
    Yes, they have won 7 of 9, but last year's opener against them here in Cincy was ugly and one of AD's worst as a pro. 4 picks and a 20-0 whippin'.

    Also, AD, ML and Bengals in the spotlight usually doesn't go well.

    But I do concur, they play the Ravens better than anyone else does.
    Hey I am trying to feel good about Dalton right now, don't make me go back lol.

    The last two regular season games, I seen things from Dalton that he hadn't shown much during his first 8 years. In that last Baltimore game, usually when things start going bad. He usually presses and adds to it with a mistake. Instead he made a perfect read and throw to win the game. Then last week against the Colts. First pass of the year he throws a pick. Usually when he starts a game bad, we know it stays bad. He bounced right back and was on point the rest of the game. So I am feeling a little better about him lately, and hoping maybe now the prime time play changes for the better too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    Iím curious to see the crowd tonight. Itís going to be great weather, the team is 1-0, division opponent. Iím going to be really disappointed when I get there if the crowd is sparse.
    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    I'm expecting it to be sparse unfortunately. That is why I'm considering buying the cheapest tickets possible and going. Because I believe we should be able to easily find empty seats in the lower bowl. Especially in the south end zone, which is my favorite spot to watch the game.
    I haven't been on any ticketing sites, but I would have thought the place would be packed tonight. You guys really think its going to be on the light side, especially downstairs? That surprises me.

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    It means they got lucky just like last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJAlltheWay24 View Post
    I haven't been on any ticketing sites, but I would have thought the place would be packed tonight. You guys really think its going to be on the light side, especially downstairs? That surprises me.
    I just know this city. It may have died down on here, but fans in general are still upset that Marvin Lewis is still the coach. Until they win I don’t see that changing and I expect the crowds to be small. Hopefully I’m wrong and the Jungle is roaring tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJAlltheWay24 View Post
    I haven't been on any ticketing sites, but I would have thought the place would be packed tonight. You guys really think its going to be on the light side, especially downstairs? That surprises me.
    I see it similar to what it was in 2011. People were fed up and done when they brought Lewis back. I dont think it will be as bad as then, but it's going to take awhile. In 2011 it wasnt until end of the season when started getting good crowds and they were a playoff team and the blackout rule was still in effect.

    Without the blackout rule and fans upset. I dont think it would be great. I guess on positive is prices have gone up the last two days. So must be selling decent on the resale sites. It was selling for 30 bucks as of Sunday, now cheapest is around 50.

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