Bengals’ Hayden Hurst: ‘Nothing to Panic’

Cincinnati is leading 2-3 after a 19-17 loss to the Ravens on Sunday night, but the Bengals are not worried.

“We have players everywhere”, tight ending Hayden Hurst speak. “There’s nothing to panic about here. We’ll figure this out, and we’ll start counting.”

The Bengals’ attack struggled against Baltimore, who had the last line of defense in the NFL in the allowable pass yards. In the game against Baltimore, Hurst led the Bengal team with 53 yards of receiving and touching the ball.

The Rams, the Bengals’ opponents in Super Bowl LVI, are also 2-3. Nine teams started 2-3 last season, with five reaching the knockout stages, three finishing with double-digit wins and two appearing in the congress title games (Captain and 49) , according to Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic’s Paul Dehner Jr.

Cincinnati’s schedule just got easier in the coming weeks, with the Saints, Falcons, Browns and Panthers (7-13 combined) before a bye week. It provided the perfect timing for the Bengalis to weather their onslaught of disasters.


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