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Old 11-04-2012, 04:52 PM
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I don't want to live with any losses. But I don't think we got outcoached today, we just got outmanned. Our best players won their matchups today and their best players won their matchups. Their players are better 1-53 than ours. The frustrating part is when we gain momentum we don't keep it. 43 yard return, -27 yard drive. D holds Denver to a 4 play drive, we miss a FG. Besides the blank stare, Marv and Jay were fine today. Zimmer's gameplan was fine, we aren't good enough in the DBackfield to blitz Peyton Manning, and our DL got NO pressure today.
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Old 11-04-2012, 04:54 PM
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Apathy...it's what this team lives on.
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Old 11-04-2012, 04:57 PM
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I can live with this loss.
Keep talking like that and Mike Brown will make you part owner! Hes been living with that statement since he took over.

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Old 11-04-2012, 04:58 PM
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I don't want to live with any losses. But I don't think we got outcoached today, we just got outmanned. Our best players won their matchups today and their best players won their matchups. Their players are better 1-53 than ours. The frustrating part is when we gain momentum we don't keep it. 43 yard return, -27 yard drive. D holds Denver to a 4 play drive, we miss a FG. Besides the blank stare, Marv and Jay were fine today. Zimmer's gameplan was fine, we aren't good enough in the DBackfield to blitz Peyton Manning, and our DL got NO pressure today.
couldn't have put it any better myself
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Old 11-04-2012, 04:59 PM
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We stopped Peyton's 300 yard game streak and game up nothing on the ground. Special Teams gave up 7 and a turnover lead to 7 more.

We just got beat by a better team today.....I'm with ya OP
Exactly. Both teams played well today. Broncos had a few more plays fall their way than the Bengals did theirs'. Plus, last I checked, that Peyton Manning dude was pretty good.

The Broncos were better than the Bengals today, that's all. Game could've gone either way. As a fan, it's not worth getting bent out of shape.

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Old 11-04-2012, 04:59 PM
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Those boys played hard today, really hard. Was it ugly? At times? Was it a tough one to swallow? Yes. Did we get beat by the refs? On a few plays yes.

But, those boys played their tails off against probably the hottest team in the NFL. I can live with this loss.
Moral victory. YAY!
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:08 PM
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Not to change the subject or anything but has anyone heard any updates on an indoor practice facility lately? Just asking.
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:25 PM
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Theres always some thats "ok" with another loss. Thats the same as "its not whether you win or lose, its how you play the game."

Half way through the season and Bungles fans are looking forward to next year. Why? So we can build? Build what? Just adding another layer to this steaming pile of an organization.

Guess what boys, next season gonna be no different unless we schedule high school teams, but hey-keep buying those tickets and jerseys and all that other junk. Mike thanks you.
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:31 PM
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Marvin is about to either resign or be fired within he next two weeks if we lose next week and your interim coach will be zimmer to finish the season Marvin has had enough
Dream on.

marvin is staying put.
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:33 PM
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how do you expect to beat peyton manning when you give up a touchdown on special teams? that was the play that did us in
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We stopped Peyton's 300 yard game streak and game up nothing on the ground. Special Teams gave up 7 and a turnover lead to 7 more.

We just got beat by a better team today.....I'm with ya OP
Seems like most weeks the better team beats us
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:39 PM
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Theres always some thats "ok" with another loss. Thats the same as "its not whether you win or lose, its how you play the game."

Half way through the season and Bungles fans are looking forward to next year. Why? So we can build? Build what? Just adding another layer to this steaming pile of an organization.

Guess what boys, next season gonna be no different unless we schedule high school teams, but hey-keep buying those tickets and jerseys and all that other junk. Mike thanks you.
U can't put the organizations failures on this team. This is a young team that's still has a way to go. I don't know about you but on Sundays I watch aj green and Andy Dalton, not mike brown. So yes I will keep watching and supporting but since your on the game day thread then you probably do too. Don't get me wrong I hate and don't except losing but I think last year our soft schedule allowed us to make the playoffs when in reality we were a very average team. I still think we are improving but we have a few holes that need to be addressed before we can take the next step and start beating the better teams we are gonna face in the second half of this season. This loss still hurts but Denver is going to be alot more and better teams than us this year. This team needs time to grow and improve.
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:41 PM
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Those boys played hard today, really hard. Was it ugly? At times? Was it a tough one to swallow? Yes. Did we get beat by the refs? On a few plays yes.

But, those boys played their tails off against probably the hottest team in the NFL. I can live with this loss.
I have to agree. Some will never see a positive in a loss but I was actually pleasantly surprised this team held up so well against Manning.
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:45 PM
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I admit they held up against manning until it mattered the most, we held up against the run until it mattered the most & then let Mcgahee break off that big run, we need to seriously get better in clutch moments
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Seems like most weeks the better team beats us
No doubt; however, there are times when a worse team beats us.
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how do you expect to beat peyton manning when you give up a touchdown on special teams? that was the play that did us in

that, and the FG miss right before the half. That drop in emotion likely carried over to the opening KO for the second half.
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:52 PM
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I would definately be able to live with this loss


if we would of beat the browns and the dolphins like we were suppose to

and like how we should of beat the steelers

..how ****ing far have we fallen from 3-1
Exactly, we should really be on at least 5 wins, and the Steelers game we could've won. We cant rip on the Bengals for today, they played well in the main. Denver are a good team.
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Old 11-04-2012, 09:41 PM
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It isn't apathy to look past a loss and notice your team for the most part played well against probably the hottest team in the game.

Other than the TD STs did well and Brandon Tate had a GREAT game kick returning.
Andy answered the call in the second half and threw some beautiful bombs.
Overall Bengals could run the ball.
Rey played better except for his whiff on the big Decker catch in the slot.
Defense played pretty well and got 2 INTs of Manning.

Honestly the OL was the only glaring weakness today against a very good front 7.

I'm not being apathetic, I'm being honest...you can take some good things away from todays game.

Lay off the defeatist attitude and move on. Your team played pretty well against one of the greatest QBs to ever play the game.
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