If you've visited Bengals.com recently to read Baghdad Hob's latest fluff piece on JP Foschi or to get the PIN number for the latest Bengals FanForum (you too can listen in on a glorified conference call!), you undoubtedly know that tickets are still available for Sunday's game against Houston. After all, it's hard to miss Cedric Benson in monotone, reading a cue card, telling you so. WDR has long looked to this weekend as the one where the sellout streak which started in 2003 could end.
We have to let Mike Brown know that five games isn't enough to bring us back after 18 failed years of his leadership. While a 4-1 record and wins over the rest of the division have been nice, it should be a trend, not a treat. Buying tickets and merchandise now only empowers Mikey further. He'll then know that a decent season every few years will be enough to bring us suckers crawling back to the ticket window. NO MORE!
Here's what a presumably drunk Baghdad Hob reports Marvin Lewis had to say about a potential sellout (one giant [sic] tag):
"We wish it would. Hopefully it will," Lewis said. "We replayiog a vey god football team and pur guys areplauig good football right now. We're getting better every time we go out there. Every itme we have meeting we get better. Everttime we go out to practiced we get better.We just have to keep working, hopefully it will get filled up, we'll sell the rest of those tickets…To me it would be more fun to come the stadium instead of sitting at home and watch it, any way."
Seriously, what the hell? "We replayiog a vey god football team and pur guys areplauig good football right now." What. The. Hell. Here's a screengrab for when it gets corrected: