The Cincinnati Bengals fell to 0-6, the team's worst start since going 0-8 in 2008, after a 23-17 loss in Baltimore on Sunday. It's a rough season for the Bengals, but misery loves company.
WCPO sports director John Popovich and podcaster Scott Kyser joined WCPO anchor Tanya O'Rourke to discuss the Bengals' shortcomings and the lack of accountability from owner Mike Brown, as well as search for progress in the struggling team.
Later, the group looked ahead to Sunday, when the Bengals face the Jacksonville Jaguars at home, and expressed hope that a W may come soon.
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