Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd made a bold statement on Sunday after his team’s 37-30 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Boyd told reporters that Cincinnati was able to keep their composure after halftime while trailing by three points because they’re a “championship caliber team”.

“We’re a championship-caliber team,” said Boyd. “And we’ll never count ourselves out despite the score. No matter if we’re down 14-30 or whatever it is. We feel like we can always overcome any deficit.”

If you’re a Bengals fan, you have to love this mindset from Boyd. The confidence this team has — despite the slow start to the season — is what makes them extremely dangerous entering the winter months.

The Bengals are getting hot at the right time — kinda like last year. And I have a feeling that Cincinnati is going to make a lot of noise in January.

I mean, what else would you expect from Joe Burrow and company?

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