“T.N.B. Bengals” – Week 3
Posted by Matt on September 23, 2007
Unlike the real Bengals, the T.N.B Bengals got off to a solid start last week in Cleveland by a score of 26-7. This week, our digital team heads to Seattle to face Dave Krieg and the Seahawks.
This one could only be describe as a pure shootout as Krieg connected with Brian Blades not once, but twice on long touchdowns in the first half.
But the balanced offensive attack of the Bengals lead by Boomer Esiason went to work and was able to take a 14-14 tie in to Halftime.
After a sustained drive to start the second half, Esiason hit Eddie Brown for the score and the Bengals never looked back. The Cincinnati defense held the Seahawks in check in the second half and went on to a convincing victory.
Esiason completed 54% of his passes for 186 yards and James Brooks had an impressive 97 yards on the ground. All while Eddie Brown put up Chad Johson-like numbers with 117 yards receiving. Krieg had a rather impressive 223 yards through the air for the ‘Hawks but was forced in to two interceptions by the stifling Bengals defense.
Season Record: 2-0
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