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2020 Long Island EFL WEEK #3 Cincinnati Bengals (1-1) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (1-1)


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BYARS EXPLODES ON CINCINNATI FOR THREE TOUCHDOWNS AND 145 RUSHING YARDS IN EAGLES 21-17 THRASHING OF BENGALS!

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August 28, 2020. Philadelphia, PA. "Its about winning games, said Eagles Coach Matt "Zoo-York" McQueen. We set them up thinking Carmichael, and we fed them our other star! There is no one in this league I like beating more than the "Freeport-Chucker" who lost both of his games today. We are telling the league you are not safe against this Eagles team, and we are mixing it up!" The Philadelphia Eagles are dangerous because they have one of the best special teams units in the Long Island Electric Football League, and their running game, once it gets going, makes them one of the best teams in the league. Johnny "Freeport-Chucker" said, "The Eagles aren't as good as everyone thinks. We just need to get the rhythm going to beat them.  I cheer against them because I have my own star in "Ocho" and he will rise to the Eagles level today. We will stop Carmichael." Coach Eddie Viggs was in the audience scouting Philadelphia as his San Francisco 49ers (0-3) play the Eagles next.

Both teams came out on fire in this Long Island Electric Football game between Philadelphia (1-1) and the Cincinnati Bengals (1-1). Carmichael returned the ball 50-yards on the kickoff, and two plays later silent running back Keith Byars bullied his way to the end-zone with a five-yard touchdown run making the score 7-0 Eagles, with 10:34 left to go in the half!

It didn't take long for the much improved Cincinnati Bengals to storm back. Chad "Ocho-Cinco" Johnson  stormed back 66-yards on the kick return. It took just two plays for the Bengals Icky Woods to bust around one of the best tackles in the game in Bengals teammate Brian Blados, the All-Pro who guided Woods in for the score on a tremendous run to ignite the onlookers as the Bengals tie the score, 7-7 with 6:01 left in the half!
 
The high flying Harold Carmichael came flying back with a 53-yard kick return, setting up a great position for Byars to get some work. On the first run from scrimmage, Byars ran a 36 yard run to the 1-yard line of Cincinnati. One play later the Eagles scored again on a Byars 1-yard run giving Philadelphia the 14-7 lead as the first half comes to a close, but not before Ocho-Cinco returned a 36-yard kick return for the Bengals.
 
Cincinnati went right to work as Icky Woods picked-up the ground game with a terrific 36 yard scamper until the Bengals were forced to pass on third down.  Quarterback Boomer Esiason hit Ocho-Cinco on the left sideline for a 29-yard touchdown to tyie the score at 14-14!
 
Carmichael, on the ensuing kickoff took it back 53-yard again, to give him  156 yards on the day. And Keith Byars took over with a 36-yard run on first down, bringing the ball to the Cincinnati 12-yard line with 3:01 left to go in the game with the score tied at 14!
 
One play later Keith Byers ran the ball in from 12-yards for his third rushing touchdown of the game! What a game plan for the Philadelphia as the Bengals simply ran out of time. Cincinnati kicked the field-goal and the Eagles walked away with a very close 21-17. Win in a thriller! 
 
"Really Kieth Byars was awakened, said Eagles Coach McQueen. McQueen put together a great game plan taking Carmichael out of the equation and using Byars to get much needed reps in. Byars finished with 145 yards rushing with three persuasive touchdowns, and Harold Carmichael had 156 yards! Chad Ocho-Cinco had four carries for 206 yards and a touchdown!  Icky Woods had 90 yards rushing against a good Philadelphia defense! The Eagles are off to San Francisco (0-3) next week and Cincinnati (1-2), plays three home games in a row beginning with the Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3)
 

 

SEE BELOW THE GAME PHOTOS THAT WERE SHOT REAL-TIME AS WE FREEZE FRAME TO THAT MOMENT IN TIME!

 

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