The Indianapolis Colts had never lost at home but the Cincinnati Bengals had a strong advantage as well when they are on the road. A perennial losing team will be facing a team which had won more than double that of the Bengals. These two teams will meet today in the NFL football game at the Lucas Oil Stadium. At the end of this game only one team will be victorious.
A lost will be heavier if it would occur to the Indianapolis Colts. Indianapolis and Tennessee shares the leadership in the AFC South standings and a defeat will just make them fall in the conference standings. Tennessee Titans is also facing a formidable opponent today, the Miami Dolphins.
Cincinnati Bengals have already suffered five straight losses and this is looking to be their sixth straight loss but the fans of the Bengals are still corrsing their fingers that during this match they will see the power of their team. Another loss and they might as well say goodbye to their NFL chances.
What the Bengals should worry is that they will be facing a superb player like Peyton Manning and their lack of any pass rush and sudden decline in their coverage skills will not be very helpful. Though neither team are very good in running the ball, the Bengals might pull this one off if they will allow Cedric Benson every opportunity to get back on track against a softer Colts front. C
Some trivia for the CIncinnati Bengals vs Indianapolis Colts, here goes …. Bengals are 15-3 when Carson Palmer has at least three touchdown passes in a game. Meanwhile, Cincinnati’s Terrell Owens has a touchdown reception in five consecutive games.
In previous meetings, the Colts have won five straight games at home against the Bengals plus their coach, Jim Caldwell has a 10-1 record at home.
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