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Consider this: the 56-year-old Anarumo is 5-1 in playoff games with the Bengals, with a 3-0 record in road games, while giving up an average of less than 20 points in those games to some of the best offenses in the league. In the past two postseasons alone, the Bengals D has put the clamps on Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in a second half of last year’s AFC Championship Game, the No. 1-seeded Tennessee Titans, Derek Carr and the red-hot Raiders team from a year ago and now the Ravens and Bills this season.  

Halftime adjustments seem to be Anarumo’s expertise, but really, it’s a matter of flexibility and mental toughness mid-game that is most revered. The Bengals defense is playing as well as any group this postseason and the team hasn’t lost since Halloween. Anarumo isn’t a popular, young offensive coordinator and he doesn’t have NFL head coaching experience — two no no’s for many owners — but gosh, can the man relate to his guys. 

I don’t own a team and I am assuming I never will. But at the very least, I’d want to pick Coach Lou’s brain. Alas, he has bigger fish to fry this weekend. Keep an eye on what the Bengals do after the half — it’s when they excel.  

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