Kickin’ back at Continental


When former Bengals kicker Jim Breech knocked an extra point through the uprights in the fourth quarter of Cincinnati’s 41-14 win over Houston in the 1990 playoffs, he was 34 years old. Twenty-six years later, that extra point still stands as the final point scored by a Bengals player in a Bengals playoff win. Activity Director, Lisa Beach, said Continental Manor residents were thrilled to recently have Jim as their guest in Blanchester. Beach also told Jim, “Nothing personal, but we hope someone breaks your record this year.” Breech played in the NFL for 14 seasons and made 242 of 340 field goals. He also played in Super Bowl XVI and Super Bowl XXIII. His 1,246 total points is a Bengals record.


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When former Bengals kicker Jim Breech knocked an extra point through the uprights in the fourth quarter of Cincinnati’s 41-14 win over Houston in the 1990 playoffs, he was 34 years old. Twenty-six years later, that extra point still stands as the final point scored by a Bengals player in a Bengals playoff win. Activity Director, Lisa Beach, said Continental Manor residents were thrilled to recently have Jim as their guest in Blanchester. Beach also told Jim, “Nothing personal, but we hope someone breaks your record this year.” Breech played in the NFL for 14 seasons and made 242 of 340 field goals. He also played in Super Bowl XVI and Super Bowl XXIII. His 1,246 total points is a Bengals record.

When former Bengals kicker Jim Breech knocked an extra point through the uprights in the fourth quarter of Cincinnati’s 41-14 win over Houston in the 1990 playoffs, he was 34 years old. Twenty-six years later, that extra point still stands as the final point scored by a Bengals player in a Bengals playoff win. Activity Director, Lisa Beach, said Continental Manor residents were thrilled to recently have Jim as their guest in Blanchester. Beach also told Jim, “Nothing personal, but we hope someone breaks your record this year.” Breech played in the NFL for 14 seasons and made 242 of 340 field goals. He also played in Super Bowl XVI and Super Bowl XXIII. His 1,246 total points is a Bengals record.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_a-group-photo.jpgWhen former Bengals kicker Jim Breech knocked an extra point through the uprights in the fourth quarter of Cincinnati’s 41-14 win over Houston in the 1990 playoffs, he was 34 years old. Twenty-six years later, that extra point still stands as the final point scored by a Bengals player in a Bengals playoff win. Activity Director, Lisa Beach, said Continental Manor residents were thrilled to recently have Jim as their guest in Blanchester. Beach also told Jim, “Nothing personal, but we hope someone breaks your record this year.” Breech played in the NFL for 14 seasons and made 242 of 340 field goals. He also played in Super Bowl XVI and Super Bowl XXIII. His 1,246 total points is a Bengals record. Courtesy photo
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