The Bengals, who head into the RCA Dome for a nationally televised contest, have an 8-5 record and have a chance to become the front-runner amongst the wildcard contenders with a victory in Indy. They're riding a four-game winning streak after missing some opportunities over a six-week stretch from October through mid-November where they lost five games.
"We lost some football games that we wish we had back, but you know what, you kind of get what you earn," Lewis told NFL Sirius Radio's Bob Papa and Randy Cross.
Lewis also talked about how his team is dealing with the off-the-field distractions caused by a few of his players who have been arrested this season. And he also talks about what he expects to see on Monday night from the Colts, who have lost three of their last four, including a lopsided loss to Jacksonville last week.
"Oh, they'll be ready to go," Lewis said. "And obviously it's at their place and they'll have their crowd and everything. So we really just have to focus on us."
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