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Old 11-02-2012, 01:52 PM
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" Luckily I am only 29 so sooner or later I will get to see a Bengals team without Mike Brown"

Unfortunately, I am 61 (now in my 10th year as a Cincinnati Bengals fan) so the prospects of myself seeing the Cincinnati Bengals without Mike Brown as owner is growing slimmer with each tick of the clock.

It says volumes about the state of the franchise of the Cincinnati Bengals when the best thing to happen to the Cincinnati Bengals would be the owner to die!
Sad thing is I have been a Bengals fan for roughly 23 years.... I remember watching the Superbowl as a little kid and seeing the tiger striped helmets and saying that I wanted that team to win, and just stuck with them. The funny thing about this is that my dad is a Vikings fan because he liked their helmet as a kid, and my son is a Tampa Bay Bucs fan because he liked their helmet. At least it runs in the family! hahaha
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Old 11-02-2012, 01:55 PM
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" Luckily I am only 29 so sooner or later I will get to see a Bengals team without Mike Brown"

Unfortunately, I am 61 (now in my 10th year as a Cincinnati Bengals fan) so the prospects of myself seeing the Cincinnati Bengals without Mike Brown as owner is growing slimmer with each tick of the clock.

It says volumes about the state of the franchise of the Cincinnati Bengals when the best thing to happen to the Cincinnati Bengals would be the owner to die!

So who were you a fan of before the Bengals? A little late and odd to start being a Bengal fan at that age...? Elaborate.
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Old 11-02-2012, 01:57 PM
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Which would be probably the best thing to happen... He can take his crappy franchise to another city, and meanwhile we might actually acquire a new franchise with better owners a few years down the road.
If the Bengals moved, there is slim to no chance that another franchise would move to Cincinnati.

During the 2011 playoff year, the Bengals had the lowest attendence of all 32 NFL teams. Actually averaged 7,000 fewer fans than the 2-14 St. Louis Rams.

Lagging attendence to Reds games (oldest franchise in baseball) and lagging attendance to Bengals games.
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Old 11-02-2012, 02:05 PM
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If the Bengals moved, there is slim to no chance that another franchise would move to Cincinnati.

During the 2011 playoff year, the Bengals had the lowest attendence of all 32 NFL teams. Actually averaged 7,000 fewer fans than the 2-14 St. Louis Rams.

Lagging attendence to Reds games (oldest franchise in baseball) and lagging attendance to Bengals games.

Please save us from another one of your attendance rants.

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Old 11-02-2012, 02:15 PM
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Please save us from another one of your attendance rants.

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I feel that the WhoDeyRevolutionists should be "proud" of their boycott. They showed MB that they wouldn't support his team even if the Bengals fielded a playoff team. Good job, Bengal "fans"! You are #1 in the NFL in lowest attendance.

You will be spare when someone is able to refute.

Thus far, there hasn't been one.

A prospective buyer will evaluate the population, fan base, and location when looking to buy or relocate an NFL team. Cincinnati doesn't have a big population. Cincinnati isn't attractive from a geographical perspective. And the Cincinnati fan base has lagged behind other NFL teams.
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Old 11-02-2012, 02:35 PM
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What happened to that guy was...?
He had to start cleaning out cabinets, and cupboards to find soap and towels for his players to shower with.
He had to argue about what flights were cheaper compared to arrival times.
He had to argue about hotels vs. motels.

The head coach in Cincinnati is not making game plans. He is a suit following a budget.

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Old 11-02-2012, 02:51 PM
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Considering marvs Defensive Greatness.. why did it take over 6 years to have anything resembling a Defense here in cincinnati?
Cuz he doesn't have Ray Lewis and Ed Reed in their primes, Sam and Goose, Michael McCrary, Peter Boulware or Chris McCallister. Or Ozzie bringing in the players.
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Old 11-02-2012, 03:23 PM
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Cuz he doesn't have Ray Lewis and Ed Reed in their primes, Sam and Goose, Michael McCrary, Peter Boulware or Chris McCallister. Or Ozzie bringing in the players.
Amazing how good players make good coaches isn't it?

That Greg Shiano in Tampa Bay has those guys playing really hard down there. It will be interesting to see how that develops.
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Old 11-02-2012, 04:27 PM
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I truly believe Mike Brown will pull some coup de grace before he dies as one last eff you to all the Bengals fans.
He did purchase the remaining stake in the Bengals last year. Maybe he'll have Katie move the team after he dies. He'll instruct her to then hire a GM and the Bengals will become a yearly fixture in the playoffs. Wouldn't that be a kick in the nuts?
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Cuz he doesn't have Ray Lewis and Ed Reed in their primes, Sam and Goose, Michael McCrary, Peter Boulware or Chris McCallister. Or Ozzie bringing in the players.
Ed Reed was still in college when the Ravens won the super bowl.
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:08 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knXui...eature=related

Where did this fire go? Do you think he still acts this way behind closed doors? This was after a pre-season game, I wonder what the reaction is after regular season/playoff games....
It didn't go anywhere, the guys at Hard Knocks wrote the script and it took Marvin 7 takes to do that scene. At the end of the scene guess what he did? yuppp *giggle*giggle*giggle*
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:21 PM
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I feel that the WhoDeyRevolutionists should be "proud" of their boycott. They showed MB that they wouldn't support his team even if the Bengals fielded a playoff team. Good job, Bengal "fans"! You are #1 in the NFL in lowest attendance.

You will be spare when someone is able to refute.

Thus far, there hasn't been one.

A prospective buyer will evaluate the population, fan base, and location when looking to buy or relocate an NFL team. Cincinnati doesn't have a big population. Cincinnati isn't attractive from a geographical perspective. And the Cincinnati fan base has lagged behind other NFL teams.
Think there's any coorelation between us being #1 in lowest attendance and being #1 in most seasons without a playoff win ?
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Old 11-02-2012, 11:00 PM
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Think there's any coorelation between us being #1 in lowest attendance and being #1 in most seasons without a playoff win ?
No. Many NFL teams have had droughts. Of course, the Bengals is the longest drought.

And have made the playoffs 2 of the last 3 years and 3 of the last 7.

Only 10 NFL teams have made the playoffs 2 of the last 3 years.

But, hey, why would Cincinnati want to watch playoff calibre football?

"Fans" please continue to stay home.

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Old 11-03-2012, 03:37 AM
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No. Many NFL teams have had droughts. Of course, the Bengals is the longest drought.

And have made the playoffs 2 of the last 3 years and 3 of the last 7.

Only 10 NFL teams have made the playoffs 2 of the last 3 years.

But, hey, why would Cincinnati want to watch playoff calibre football?

"Fans" please continue to stay home.
Please don't last thing I need to see is the Bengals moved to LA and renamed. The late great Paul Brown's dream will have been completely destroyed and nothing will ever come back to replace it.
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Old 11-03-2012, 03:54 AM
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I thought it was funny that the first related link was

"Angry Pee-Wee Coach"
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I think that was all for the camera.

At the end Laverneous Coles looks like.. "He doesn't normally yell like this, whats wrong with this guy"
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Old 11-03-2012, 06:43 AM
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No. Many NFL teams have had droughts. Of course, the Bengals is the longest drought.

And have made the playoffs 2 of the last 3 years and 3 of the last 7.

Only 10 NFL teams have made the playoffs 2 of the last 3 years.

But, hey, why would Cincinnati want to watch playoff calibre football?

"Fans" please continue to stay home.
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Old 11-03-2012, 07:47 AM
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Wasn't this a Marvin Lewis thread ?

Not even the slightest chance exists that Cincinnati will get another NFL team if the Bengals leave. None.

Love em or Leave em folks.
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We wouldn't have even seen Marvin act this way without a camera because its in the locker room.

So my question to the OP is how do you know he changed? Have you played for the Bengals lately? Do you actually know anything about how Marvin is acting behind closed doors?
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Old 11-03-2012, 10:11 AM
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Dude, that speech made my junk move...... That speech made me want to grab some pads and PLAY for this guy......that speech made me want to BEAT THE HOLY CRAP OUT OF BIG BEN!! WHY THE HECK ARENT WE WINNING? Was that just for Hard Knocks as someone posted earlier? WHERE IS YOUR FIRE MARVIN.....WHERE IS YOUR F R E A K I N G F I R E?WHEN DID IT LEAVE AND.........WHERE DID IT GO?
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Old 11-03-2012, 10:17 AM
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Marvin Lewis still has that same fire. However, for a fire to ignite there must be something combustible -- and this team is all out of oxygen. Right now, the Bengals remind me of the Deltas in Amimal House who, after Bluto gives a motivational speech, just sit there staring into space.
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Old 11-03-2012, 10:21 AM
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Dude, that speech made my junk move...... That speech made me want to grab some pads and PLAY for this guy......that speech made me want to BEAT THE HOLY CRAP OUT OF BIG BEN!! WHY THE HECK ARENT WE WINNING? Was that just for Hard Knocks as someone posted earlier? WHERE IS YOUR FIRE MARVIN.....WHERE IS YOUR F R E A K I N G F I R E?WHEN DID IT LEAVE AND.........WHERE DID IT GO?
That speech was the first and last inside look at ML in the locker room talking to his players.

IMO, ML has always been like this inside the locker room.

Haters say that ML put on a "show" for HBO and that ML never has been intense like this before or after the HBO "charade".

I disagree.
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Mike Brown wishes there were more fans like you
As opposed to the "fans" that don't go to football games to demonstrate their "support" of the Bengals?

I agree. MB probably wants more fans like me and less of the "fans" that boycott the Bengals during a playoff year.

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Old 11-03-2012, 12:32 PM
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It says volumes about the state of the franchise of the Cincinnati Bengals when the best thing to happen to the Cincinnati Bengals would be the owner to die!
Chicago Blackhawks, anyone?
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Now we know your name is David Robinson.
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