The Cincinnati Bengals began their 2012 NFL season against the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football and were thoroughly embarrassed, which has left more questions about the team unanswered than solved.
While the 44-13 beat down in front of a national audience on prime time sounds horrific, there were some good things to take away from the loss. The banged up offensive line looked good, a running game has been found and Andrew Hawkins has emerged as a playmaker on offense.
That's about it.
There were some pressing questions about the 2012 iteration of the Bengals this offseason that were presumably going to be answered right away, and that simply was not the case.
Here are some burning questions about the Bengals that were not answered in Baltimore in Week 1: