Cincinnati Bengals 2-point conversion: Analyzing their path to an AFC North Championship

Ah, Thanksgiving. This time of year NFL fans are doing one of two things: their path to the playoffs or mock drafts. At this point, Bengals fans are more focused on the former as they currently sit as the seventh seed in the AFC. That, of course, will change in the next few weeks, but that road is as long as the AFC North crown and a guaranteed home game — and that’s exactly what we’re about to focus on.

Chasing The Path To The Top…

The Bengals appear to be gearing up to bring back Ja’Marr Chase, which couldn’t come at a better time. While Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd have been successful in his absence, Chase has another level to him that the other two can’t reach. To see also : A real touchdown, on and off the pitch. Quarterback Joe Burrow seems pretty confident about Chase this weekend.

If that’s the case, that means Chase would be available—barring any setbacks—against the Chiefs. There aren’t many teams in the NFL that have the offensive firepower to keep up with Kansas City, but with Ja’Marr Chase the Bengals are one of them.

So how does that lead up to the potential split? The Bengals have seven games remaining against teams with a combined record of 43-27. They face one team with a losing record (Cleveland), one that is .500 (Tampa Bay) and then all of their upcoming opponents – including the four division leaders in AFC.

For the Ravens, their remaining schedule is much better as they face one team with a winning record: the Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens get the Jaguars, Steelers twice, Browns, Broncos, and Falcons and currently lead by one game over Cincinnati, as well as the joint path.

For argument’s sake, let’s say the Bengals win the last game against the Ravens even by that score. That means the Ravens would have to lose all three division games or a combination of four of the next six to finish the season 9-7. The best the Bengals can finish in the division is 3-3, but Baltimore is currently 2-0. At best, Bengals fans would need Baltimore to finish 3-3 in the division to end that game.

On top of all that, the Bengals would have to win four of their remaining seven games to get to 10-6 for the one-game lead. So you’re looking at home games against the Chiefs, Browns, Bills, and Ravens. Let’s say they split, going 2-2 including the win against the Ravens. Now, you need two of three on the road against the Titans, Bucs, and Patriots. The Patriots and Buccaneers are their two best road assists right now.

The path for them to win the division means beating the Browns and Ravens at home, which is certainly achievable. Then two of three on the road. Also, very accessible. However, that means Bengals fans have to be huge cheerleaders for the Steelers – twice – and the Browns over the next seven weeks. Then get at least one more loss between the Broncos, Jags, or Falcons.

It’s definitely not an easy question, but the NFL is unpredictable this season, so anything is possible.

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…But Let’s Take A Moment

Since it’s Thanksgiving, let’s step away from football for just a moment. At this stage in our lives, it’s so easy to forget the little things as we try to distract ourselves from everyday stresses. On the same subject : Falcons Daily: Why Arthur Smith, Dean Pees getting rookies ready for week 1 vs. Saints and beyond will be crucial in 2022. Whatever the stress, there is so much that many of us take for granted.

Take a moment today and think about your blessings. Whether it’s family, good friends, your job, the roof over your head – everything.

To get something personal, this is the third holiday in a row where I’ve been thinking about a loved one I lost the year before. This time around there were two people in a month; a close friend and the woman I looked upon as a second mother for most of my life, and I lost both to cancer over the summer.

Many times we always think to ourselves, “Oh, I’ll mention it the next time I see them,” or “it doesn’t matter if I didn’t go to this meeting, I’ll get to the next one.” I know when the last one will be.

So look around and be grateful for those around you. Hug your spouse or children a little tighter, call that friend you haven’t spoken to in a while, share the holiday spirit with all those you’ve saved for “next time” because while anytime is the t -right time, this is the season especially when you should Jump head first in the spirit of the season and make sure you got to that “next time.”

I truly, from the bottom of my heart, wish you all a wonderful holiday with your friends and families and I hope it will be your best yet.

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