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Everyone Is Saying The Same Thing About The 1st Half Of Tonight's NFL Game

A general view of the Cincinnati Bengals field.

CINCINNATI - SEPTEMBER 26: General view of Paul Brown Stadium during the game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals on September 26, 2004 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Ravens defeated the Bengals 23-9. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

The Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens are squaring off in the Thursday night NFL game. It has been all Bengals so far through one half of play.

Led by Andy Dalton's four touchdown passes--three of which went to A.J. Green--the Bengals lead 28-14 at intermission. The game hasn't even been that close, but Baltimore scored a touchdown in the final seconds of the second quarter.

Both teams entered tonight's game with a 1-0 record. In fact, the Ravens destroyed the Buffalo Bills in Week 1, winning 47-3.

Given that result, and the way tonight is unfolding, Twitter is filled with media members making the same observation: the Bills must be really bad.

Now, the NFL is a week-to-week league. Just because you played well one game doesn't mean you will the following game, especially on a short week on Thursday night.

Still, we feel pretty confident saying that the Buffalo Bills aren't very good. Sure, the Ravens might be better than they are showing right now, but the Bills have no offensive line, no skill talent outside of LeSean McCoy and a rookie quarterback starting this Sunday.

They are in rough shape.