The Bengals have won a game, and then quickly got back to their losing ways against the Browns this past weekend. The Patriots have been caught filming the Bengals sideline for their upcoming matchup, and we’re not surprised. Dan and Ben both went to Reds Fest this year, and we talk about our experience there, as well as the recent Reds signings.
Breaking news! Andy Dalton has been benched, and we’re coming at you with an emergency podcast to discuss today’s events. We have mixed feelings about the Dalton situation, and wish him nothing but the best in the future. Thank you Andy!
The Bengals have now showcased their ineptitude on two continents this season, and the front office/ownership have shown little-to-no desire to try and improve the team. At this point there’s not much left to say about the Bengals, so we quickly move on to more important topics: food court staples and milk shake flavors.
Has there ever been a more perfect example of how terrible things are for the Bengals right now than this? I mean, I’m not saying every NFL fan should know what every NFL owner looks like, but I’m willing to bet I could go 90% in the NFL Owner Match Game for teams with a single, forward facing owner.
This just lets me know that nobody in that production truck was from Cincinnati, because well all know what that mother fucker looks like around here. He haunts our dreams and has crushed our souls since childhood.
We start off this week’s episode of Riverfront Radio talking about the Reds recent struggles as they just can’t seem to dig out of the hole they put themselves in at the beginning of the season. We also voice our frustrations over the recent news that Bengals will not be wearing throwbacks during the NFL’s upcoming 100th anniversary season. After that, things start to get off the rails quickly and end with us making plans to create our own country.
If you’ve been on Twitter today or paid any attention to the news coming out of Cincinnati, you were probably led to believe part of Marvin Lewis’ final day as the Cincinnati Bengals head coach was spent endorsing his buddy Hue Jackson for the position he vacated when he and Mike Brown “came to an agreement” that it was time to part ways. Continue reading →