Baltimore is fighting for its life, but the Bengals are simply a better team at this point.

Cornerback sat out another week of practice after reaggravating a foot injury that kept him out of the first five weeks of the season, as the veteran cornerback is ruled out for another game.

Another rematch in the playoffs is unlikely, however. The Seahawks are doing well enough — they’re 8-1 atop the entire NFC, but the Falcons are a mess right now, as evidenced by their 2-6 record. Unlike that playoff game, this matchup is heavily slanted in Seattle’s favor when it comes to just about every aspect about how both teams are playing.

No word on whether Bowe knew the marijuana he’d ingested had origins in a state with every reason to want to see him embarrassed. On all this, the official story is silent.

There is, for instance, the fact that those containers of marijuana were explicitly labeled as coming from California — a state that Bowe and his Chiefs won’t visit until Week 15 of this season, more than one month into the future.

But most notably there are those grams of Bubba Kush, a hybrid strain that, “provides an intense and relaxing sensation that starts in your head and moves down into your body.” Even those who believe the official story can believe that description. It’s an indica-heavy hybrid strain of Cannabis. But that’s not all it is.

Baltimore is fighting for its life, but the Bengals are simply a better team at this point. It is hard to see Cincinnati losing two games in a row where it is the best team on the field, despite the desperation and pride of the Ravens. It certainly would not be a shock if Baltimore were able to get it done, but the Bengals are the pick thanks to a ton of offensive weapons and a tough defense.


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