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Cincinnati Bengals news from FOX19 in Cincinnati

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Green Bay The Lambeau Field crowd was becoming thunderous.

Charles Woodson's 37 yard interception return for a touchdown had given the Green Bay Packers a 21 14 lead on Cincinnati midway the second quarter Sunday. Now, on the Bengals' ensuing possession, they were backed up to their own 7 yard line and facing a third and 34.

As fans screamed and yelled, Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer dropped back against a three man rush. Palmer found Daniel Coats alone in the left flat, and when linebacker Brandon Chillar overshot the play, the Bengals' tight end was left with a ton of open field.

Defensive end Cullen Jenkins finally caught Coats after 23 yards and stripped the ball loose. But the ball skipped forward and wideout Laveranues Coles recovered for a first down.

Five plays later, the game was tied and the Packers would never lead again.

When it came to third downs Sunday, chi hair straightener that third and 34 was a microcosm of the Packers' day. Overall, the Bengals converted nine of 14 third downs (64.3%), which played an enormous role in their 31 24 upset win.

"You can do a lot of great things when you convert your third downs and keep drives alive," Bengals wideout Chad Ochocinco said afterwards. "We had a lot of success in those situations, and it was huge for us coming into this place and getting a win."

The Packers limited opponents to 38.1% on third downs a year ago. But the Bengals went 4 of 5 in the first half Sunday and were 8 of 10 through three quarters (80.0%).

Cincinnati's magic on third downs was a major reason it held a 7 minute advantage in time of possession.

"You can't win that way, plain and simple," Chillar said. "There were so many times we seemed like we had a stop, and it just didn't happen. But give those guys credit because they made the plays."

The Bengals converted four straight third down plays in the second quarter, including a 5 yard Palmer to Chris Henry touchdown pass shortly before halftime that tied the game at 21.

Then, when the Bengals put chi flat irons together a 12 play, 62 yard touchdown drive in the third quarter to take a 28 21 lead, third downs were again the key. Cincinnati went 4 of 4 on that drive and picked up a pair of long third downs.

On a third and 12 from the Packers' 35, Ochocinco beat Tramon Williams for a 23 yard reception. Then on third and chi hair products 11 from the Packers' 13, Ochocinco beat Williams on an inside slant for a touchdown.

"They got to moving the ball and running the ball downhill on us," Williams said of Green Bay's third down struggles. "As a defense, you always want to stop that run."

Green Bay's woes on third downs were just part of the problem for a defense that was surprisingly bullied.

A year ago, the Bengals ranked dead last in the NFL in total offense (245.4), were 29th in rushing offense (95.0) and 30th in passing offense (150.4). And in Cincinnati's opener, it managed just seven points.

On this day, though, the Bengals had their way with Green Bay's 3 4 defense.

The Packers had almost no success trying to handle running back Cedric Benson. The former Chicago Bears flop ran for 141 yards on 29 carries, the second highest rushing total of his 49 game career.

"You've got to give (Benson) all the credit," Jenkins said. "He broke tackles when he needed to, and we didn't get the job done."

Palmer also picked up his game as the day went along.

Woodson got Palmer for a pair of first half interceptions, one that he returned for the score and another that set up a 4 yard touchdown by Ryan Grant. But Palmer managed the game well from that point forward and avoided the mistakes that plagued him early. Hawk said of the Bengals, who play against 3 4 teams in their division. "They gave us a lot of different looks, unbalanced sets, three tight end sets and just made some plays."

The Packer defense needs to chi flat iron website play much better, though.

After playing a terrific first half against Chicago in the opener, the Packers have allowed 44 points and 510 total yards in their last six quarters.

Perhaps anyone that thought the 3 4 was going to be an instant fix was jumping the gun.

"You're concerned about what happened," Jenkins said. "You're not concerned about the season. But you are concerned about (Sunday) because when something like that happens, there needs to be some sense of urgency to make sure it doesn't happen again."

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It's too early to be considered a must win, but for the Blues, this weekend's game against the Bulls is pretty close to that status.

After going into this year's Super 15 as a pre season favourite the Blues have dropped their first two matches, edged at home by the Crusaders and dominated away by the Chiefs.

Chief executive Andy Dalton described the performance of the team in these early stages as "simply not acceptable'', while coach Pat Lam has already been linked with Cheap Jerseys From China a move to English club Bath.

Now the Blues are facing the toughest trip in the competition, to South Africa to play the unbeaten Bulls and the Stormers.

The prospect of returning to New Zealand in an 0 4 hole is a ghastly one for the Blues after all, the competition can't be won in the first four rounds but it can be lost.

But Lam, who denied the rumours the Blues' head coaching seat was becoming too hot for him, promised his side had been knocked into shape and would show as much on Sunday morning (NZT) in Pretoria.

"The whip has been cracked, right through by everyone,'' he said. "I can reassure everyone that after the Chiefs game we were obviously disappointed, but we move on and we know the focus is to perform as a team that's going to give us the best chance.''

Lam called for a bit of perspective, considering the Blues had only played two of their 16 games, and said the South African trip is a perfect opportunity to right the ship.

"We're only in round three, we're getting the balance right. We look at it and we know it's an important game for the team.

"We've come over here, and you can get here Wholesale Hats and worry about what you've done and be upset about it. But now, it's a new week, and when you go up against a challenge like the Bulls you certainly need a positive attitude and everyone's got to put the effort Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale towards the performance of the team.''

In addition to the positive attitude, Lam said establishing a clear game plan was imperative if the Blues are to stand a chance.

"There's been a lot of contribution from the senior players. We set down early in the week and worked out what's the best way to win over here. The Blues haven't won the first game in Nike NFL Jerseys China South Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale Africa for eight years, only one team's beaten the Bulls in Pretoria over the last three and a half years.''

A significant cause of that daunting record is the Bulls' home ground. Loftus Versfeld is renowned as one of the most intimidating stadiums in Super Rugby and Lam admitted the nature of the venue had played a part in team selection, particularly the inclusion of veteran forwards Ali Williams, Anthony Borich and Daniel Braid.

"Particularly at the start, the start's Wholesale Snapback Hats going to be fire and brimstone. It is a cauldron for those who have never been there . that all comes into the selection process, both from the start and who finishes the game for us.''

Team selection has also been impacted by the bane of any Wholesale Snapbacks Super Rugby side injuries. In addition to Jerome Kaino and Rudi Wulf who didn't travel, utility Isaia Toeava has flown home after struggling with lower back pain, meaning the Blues have only nine fit backs.

Meanwhile, Michael Hobbs has flown home to be with his father, former Cheap NFL Jerseys All Black captain and NZRU chairman Jock, after his health took a turn for the worse in recent days. Hobbs had to resign from his position at the NZRU in 2010 after being diagnosed with leukaemia.

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For the love of the game

This was their first tackle game of their young careers. What was truly magical about the afternoon was not the return of football itself after all these years, but seeing the huge smiles on the players' faces after the game.

These kids could not have cared less that they lost the game, but they had so much fun playing football for the first time.

Well, The Freak watched the highlights of the Pats Titans' game, and only two years ago this guy was the best running back in the NFL. He ended this game with four yards on 11 carries. This player is Titans running back Chris Johnson.

From the red bottom shoes highlights The Freak saw, this guy has absolutely no motivation after getting a big contract last year. Sunday, he would stop in the hole if it wasn't big enough, and wouldn't even try to bounce those plays to the outside to utilize his world class speed.

Johnson should be ashamed of his performance, and really could learn a thing or two from these atom players. These young atoms obviously play for the love of the game, and don't get the big cheque. If Johnson could play with some of their passion they exhibited on Sunday, he might again become a top back in the NFL.

Some things never change, and in the NFL the one thing that hasn't changed is the Cleveland Browns are bad again. The Bengals will easily win their home opener over the brutal Browns.

The Pats, in their home opener, face the Cardinals, who escaped with a win over the Seahawks. Kevin Kolb will start behind centre for Zona, which spells big trouble, and the Pats have some guy called Tom Brady, who is pretty good. Take Pats in a blowout.

Houston looked strong last week, but then again that was Miami. They face another Florida team in the Jags, who are a cheap red bottoms little better than the Fish. Jacksonville plays tough with christian louboutin shoes replica MJD running well, but in the end the Texans again beat up on the Sunshine State.

This game is being dubbed the "Handshake Bowl" after last year's louboutin shoes replica whining by Lions coach Jim Schwartz, who went after 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh after he shook his hand too hard. San Fran looked great last week, and now the Lions have to make the cross country trip and play on grass. That won't matter as the 49ers will physically beat up the Lions and win. As for Schwartz, will he shake Harbaugh's hand again?

Are you sold on the Jets? If you are then you will be picking them over the Steelers in an upset. The Freak doesn't see this happening as quarterback Mark Sanchez will make a big mistake at a big moment. Take the Steelers.

The Ravens looked great on Monday night, and the Eagles did not look so great against the Browns. However, the Green Birds head home to their friendly nest, where they are tough to beat. This will be a physical war with Mike Vick making one more play than Joe Flacco. Take Philly.

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When Mike Martin wakes up in his house north of Cincinnati, he first takes off the mask that pumps oxygen to ward off sleep apnea. He swings his feet to the floor and stretches them, then stands. Martin feels stiff on his walk to the bathroom. His left Achilles, surgically repaired in 1988, causes him to limp slightly; since the operation his left calf is smaller than his right. His right hip, replaced last January, shortly after he turned 50, takes a while to loosen up and feel right, so he favors his right side too on the Cheap Michael Kors short walk. He flexes his neck, always sore when he wakes, and spends 15 or 20 minutes stretching. A wide receiver for the Bengals from 1983 to '89, Martin had problems with his hamstrings during his NFL career, so he pays particular attention to those. When the weather is bad or suddenly turns, the early onset arthritis in the three fingers he dislocated while playing flares up, so he flexes his hands quite a bit.

The headaches come later in the day. Often that would be while coaching at Taft High in Cincinnati's inner city. The headaches wouldn't go away until he slept that night.

"I'm just stiff all the time," Martin says. "I guess it's the wear and tear of playing on the [artificial] turf all those years. I don't have the mobility I used to. But once I get going, I can move around pretty well."

Martin was lightning quick as a player he led the NFL in punt returns in 1984, with a Devin Hester like average of 15.7 yards but his young charges at Taft have to do as he says, not as he does, because he can't "do" anymore. Even after he has loosened up, Martin can't demonstrate how to avoid bumps at the line of scrimmage or the nuances of getting in and out of cuts.

But he doesn't complain. In fact, for 10 years Martin spent his days teaching teenage boys how to play the game that has left him sore and battered, with aches that will get only worse. "I knew going into this business there'd be consequences," he says, "and now I'm dealing with 'em."

Exactly what are the long term effects of professional football on a man's mental and physical health? Headlines over the last few years have conditioned many people to think that for retired NFL players the extreme is the norm. Former Bears safety Dave Duerson killed himself last February at age 50, a tragedy his family believes was the result of repeated brain trauma from years of football collisions. That echoed the suicide of another safety, 44 year old Andre Waters, in November 2006. Run stuffing Hall of Fame linebacker Harry Carson, retired for 23 years, still has days of debilitating postconcussion syndrome. Hall of Fame running back Earl Campbell, 56, is so battered from his eight NFL seasons that he sometimes needs a golf cart or a wheelchair to get around. But these are the high profile cases. What of the typical retired player who should still be young enough to enjoy his post NFL life? How does he feel decades after his playing days are over? How much of a toll did football take?

To get a clearer picture of the sport's impact on a large group of players and to assess their quality of life today, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED examined an NFL team from a quarter century ago, the 1986 Bengals. That team was good but not great, finishing Fake Sunglasses second in the AFC Central with a 10 6 record, with one future Hall of Famer (tackle Anthony Muoz), a couple of stars who would become familiar media personalities (quarterback Boomer Esiason, wide receiver Cris Collinsworth) and dozens of the workmanlike players who make up most NFL rosters. SI interviewed 39 of the 46 living players from Cincinnati's opening day squad as listed in the NFL Encyclopedia. The youngest of these former players turns 47 this week; the oldest is 62. Three declined to participate, and four others did not respond to multiple interview requests over a six month period, including running back Stanley Wilson, who since 1999 has been serving a 22 year sentence for burglary. Two of the 48 on the opening day roster have died: cornerback Lewis Billups, who was killed in an auto accident in 1994, and safety Bobby Kemp, who shot himself in the chest in 1998 (page 82).

What did SI find? First, that the range of what these Bengals experience a quarter century later runs from almost perfectly healthy to borderline disabled. There is no template. Center Bruce Kozerski, 49, Cheap Michael Kors Outlet is sharp and nimble enough, despite eight football related surgeries, to teach high school calculus and coach football in Covington, Ky.; his team just won the Kentucky Class 2A state title. Wide receiver Eddie Brown, 48, hasn't been able to turn his head freely from side to side since neck surgery in 1992, a year after he retired. Fellow receiver Steve Kreider, 53, a portfolio manager for an international investment firm based in New York City, says he feels "just like any 50 year old man in the United States maybe better." Collinsworth, 52, now an Emmy winning sportscaster, uses the elliptical machine more than the treadmill when he works out because of one creaky knee but otherwise is well. Linebacker Reggie Williams, 57, has had 24 surgeries on his right knee alone and, like many former teammates, fears he's only at the beginning of a steep physical and mental decline. "I know the clock is ticking," says Williams. "I'm playing the stalling game like everyone."

Most players, like Martin, live with some pain and physical limitations and worry what the future might hold yet still treasure their time in the NFL. Of the 39 former Wholesale Fake Sunglasses Bengals, 37 said they'd suit up all over again, even knowing the game's residual impact. "My wife will ask, 'Why are you limping today?' " says Ken Anderson, 62, who was Esiason's backup in '86, his 16th and final NFL season. "And I'll say, 'I didn't know I was.' I think our pain tolerance may be a little higher than most."

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