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The Bengals managed to take the Colts in the game on Thursday, as a late game rush and a miraculous play left the Bengals in the lead. It was a great game between the two teams. Both are looking to kick their season off properly, and as such, the preseason is vital. This one ended 30-28. Odds.

Cedric Peerman was the star of the game. He helped win it for his team with a stunning 93-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. It was a miraculous play that had the entire audience on the edge of their seats. The score gave the Bengals a 13-6 lead. They got ahead of the Colts and managed to keep them at bay. Peerman finished with 100 yards rushing, and had a 50-yard kickoff return.

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said that he was proud of the way Peerman ran. He seems to have showed the speed everyone knew he had, really leaving a lasting impression. All in all, the Bengals played a very solid game. Jordan Palmer completed 10 of 14 passes for 115 yards and two touchdowns. Starting quarterback Carson Palmer played for one possession, which netted a field goal. Las Vegas Odds.

The Colts crumbled. They were taken under from the very start, proving incapable of catching up to their opponents. Quarterback Peyton Manning didn’t play, and the majority of the bigger name players sat out as well. This is the sixth winless preseason in Colts history, but don’t let that fool you. After all, they did go on to win the league with the best record in 2005. That was the last time they failed to win in the preseason. Scores.

The Colts put together their first threat of the game in the second quarter. However, they failed to deliver, and inevitably ended up getting crushed. Be sure and follow up on all the best sports betting information at

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