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    The biggest blowouts in NFL history

    T-6. 1989: Bengals 61, Oilers 7

    The Bengals tied a franchise scoring record on a frigid day at Riverfront Stadium. Bengals coach Sam Wyche and colorful Oilers leader Jerry Glanville were not fans of one another; this day intensified their feud. Boomer Esiason threw four TD passes — two to wideout Eddie Brown — and the Bengals held Warren Moon to just 96 yards. Wyche called for an onside kick and a halfback pass with a seven-touchdown, fourth-quarter lead. The 8-8 Bengals, then the defending AFC champions, missed the playoffs, while the 9-7 Oilers made it. Glanville, however, was fired at season's end.


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    Wasn’t Sam quoted as something to the effect of his only regret being not going for 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mongo View Post
    wasn’t sam quoted as something to the effect of his only regret being not going for 2?
    yes!!!

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