“T.N.B. Bengals” – Week 7
Posted by Matt on October 21, 2007
In a nearly must-win situation, the New York Jets head in to Cincinnati to face our very own T.N.B. Bengals. A 1st quarter interception by David Fulcher gave the Bengals the early lead by on the ensuing drive the Jets would go the length of the field and take a 7-3 lead going in to the 2nd quarter on a Freeman McNeil touchdown run.
The Bengals and Jets would trade touchdowns on passes to Eddie Brown and Rob Moore, respectively, and the Bengals would also add a field goal just before time expired in the 1st half to bring the game to 13-14 at halftime.
The Bengals and Jets would again trade touchdowns in the 2nd half, including a deep connection from Boomer Esiason to Tim McGee, but the inability to stop the running game of McNeil would spell the end for the Bengals.
Esiason would have one minute left, with the score 20-21, to drive within scoring range but just could not get it done without any timeouts left and the Bengals would lose a close one.
Esiason would have 279 yards passing while Tim McGee would have 160 yards receiving with a touchdown.
Season Record: 2-3
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