Jan 5, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14) and San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) shake hands after the AFC wild card playoff football game at Paul Brown Stadium. San Diego won 27-10. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Bengals Fans Twitter Reaction

This was going to be the year, 23 years Cincinnati Bengals fans waited for a playoff year and the 2013 playoffs were going to be it. Well Bengals fans forgot who the Bengals were. Head Coach Marvin Lewis combine that with quarterback Andy Dalton and Offensive Coordinator Jay Gruden and you have what happened Sunday.

You all know the score, you all know what happened. Dalton played like absolute trash, collapsing under the pressure. The defense that was so powerful all year failed to stop the Chargers Sunday. Marvin Lewis and his staff failed to do anything in the second half. And all you wonderful people let your feelings be known on twitter.

Before we get into the hate, let that tweet digest. “one of the best”



Then there was this tweet. You don’t want to here anything about Marvin or Andy? Nothing? Awful management and 2 interceptions plus how many throw away passes? All we are going to talk about is those two.


Then came the Bengals defensive praise tweets. Bi-Polar Bengals fans.


Then came the Andy Dalton tweets. These are the nicest of the hate tweets.




If that isn’t enough for you, you know what is coming next. The fire Marvin Lewis and Jay Gruden tweets were next.




Feel free to explore twitter for yourself for some more hate tweets. Andy Dalton said Monday that he expects to be in Cincinnati for “a long time” that surely isn’t what Bengals fans wanted to hear. Feel free to explore twitter for those as well.

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