CINCINNATI, Ohio — There is one thing Browns and Bengals fans have in common: a rivalry with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Bengals stunned the Steelers 27-17 in a huge upset Monday.
So when Joey Kinsley of Rocky River, also known as “Sir Yacht” on social media, said he would drive to Cincinnati if the Bengals beat the Steelers, he kept his word—making the nearly 4-hour trek to the Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
With a can of the famous Skyline chili in hand, Yacht wanted to thank the Bengals himself for beating the Steelers.
I drove over 4 hours all the way from Cleveland to Cincinnati in the middle of the night to thank the Bengals for beating the Steelers! LET’S GO BROWNS!! pic.twitter.com/uaztW8pRko— Sir Yacht (@SirYacht) December 22, 2020
In true Cincinnati fashion with a mouthful of what is presumed to be cold Skyline chili from a can, he yelled “And cheers to you Cincinnati, the state of Ohio is celebrating tonight.”