It was inevitable. Sooner or later, Chiefs future Hall-of-Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez was going to…
Chiefs Tame Bengals
Going into this game, I admit that I was nervous and scared. It was just a gut feeling. The fact that the Bengals were coming off a bye week, and had been outwardly challenged by Marvin Lewis was a concern. Two weeks ago the New England Patriots blew out Lewis' team in Cincinnati, 34-13, but with a bye week the Bengals had enough offense to scare any defense playing anywhere. But Sunday afternoon in Kansas City, the Bengals ran into a first-half buzz saw named Jared Allen, who continues his climb toward a massive payday and his first Pro-Bowl trip to Hawaii. In the first half he had 2.5 sacks, and his high-octane energy set the tone early, allowing the Chiefs' offense to get into a rhythm and put up 20 points. Though the offensive outburst was great – especially the 10 first-quarter points – to me the star of the game was Cunningham. He realized the Jaguars exposed a huge flaw in his defense a week ago - cornerback Ty Law. As some pointed out last week, Law was playing so far off...
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