Bengals 61 – Oilers 7 (1989)
The Bengals had a phenomenal team in the late ’80s and fell narrowly short of Super Bowl glory. Houston became one of their victims when they suffered a massive blowout. Cincinnati also attracted criticism because they intentionally ran up the score to humiliate their opponents (via SBNation).
Sam Wyche despised Jerry Glanville so he pushed his team forward. He said: “We don’t like this team we don’t like their people. When you get a chance to do it, you do it. And I wish today this was a five-quarter game because I just don’t like Jerry Glanville. I don’t like phonies, and I don’t think Jerry is a very genuine guy.”