The Jets and the Bengals meet last Sunday in New York with the Bengals resting starting running back Cedric Benson and a few other defensive starters. The Jets have tried to make people believe that Bengals tied to the win the game but the Bengals really had nothing to play for last Sunday night. Chad Ochocinco was held with out a catch which I don’t see that happing again, even with Darrelle Revis of the Jets being the best cornerback in the NFL this season.
The Bengals are at home which does give them a slight advantage, and the weather and field conditions should be better then what they where last week in New York. The Bengals should both run the football better and defend the run better then what they did last week and will need to if they want a chance to win the game. Look for the Bengals to play a lot of man to man putting cornerbacks Leon Hall and Jonathan Joseph on an island against the Jets wide receivers, making rookie quarterback Marc Sanchez have to beat them. Which I don’t see happening and see the Bengals getting a rare playoff win.