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Old 11-11-2012, 06:27 PM
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This was the first game this year I saw this team dominate another team from beginning to end. It was very enjoyable to watch and after the game thought, "This is what it feels like to watch your team dominate another team"

Its also the first time in a couple of years we beat a team with a winning record. Time to enjoy the moment because its few and far between and also the biggest surprise win in some time!
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Old 11-11-2012, 07:09 PM
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We should be 2-0 against Mannings this yeast but hey I'll take this win and hope that we can and will build on it. Aggressive offense and defense
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Old 11-11-2012, 07:10 PM
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The network turned the game off to put on a more competitive game because the Bengals were absolutely dominating the defending Super Bowl Champions.

Remember this day - I don't recall ever being able to say that before this game today.
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The network turned the game off to put on a more competitive game because the Bengals were absolutely dominating the defending Super Bowl Champions.

Remember this day - I don't recall ever being able to say that before this game today.

Indeed something to remember.
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The network turned the game off to put on a more competitive game because the Bengals were absolutely dominating the defending Super Bowl Champions.

Remember this day - I don't recall ever being able to say that before this game today.
Yeah and my Sunday ticket started acting up I could only watch the last 2min of the game I was very upset with direct tv.
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I feel for the fans who had this game blacked out in their area.
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This was the first game this year I saw this team dominate another team from beginning to end. It was very enjoyable to watch and after the game thought, "This is what it feels like to watch your team dominate another team"

Its also the first time in a couple of years we beat a team with a winning record. Time to enjoy the moment because its few and far between and also the biggest surprise win in some time!
Not only that, but we dominated a damn good team!! Two Super Bowls in the past five years and you think you can come lay your claim in the jungle? Take that ******** somewhere else!
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I feel for the fans who had this game blacked out in their area.
Yeah, I was going to go but had to save money. Still streamed it online and it wasn't too bad.
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The network turned the game off to put on a more competitive game because the Bengals were absolutely dominating the defending Super Bowl Champions.

Remember this day - I don't recall ever being able to say that before this game today.
You'd have to remember names like Sam Wyche and Boomer Esiason...and not live in Cincinnati.
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Old 11-11-2012, 07:41 PM
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You'd have to remember names like Sam Wyche and Boomer Esiason...and not live in Cincinnati.
I was very young when Boomer was around. Most of my memories of those days involve Ninja Turtles and Ghostbusters.
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The network turned the game off to put on a more competitive game because the Bengals were absolutely dominating the defending Super Bowl Champions.

Remember this day - I don't recall ever being able to say that before this game today.
We're usually on the other end of that!

In the 90's I vaguely recall us beating the Steelers 31-13 or close to that score.
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Old 11-11-2012, 10:19 PM
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We're usually on the other end of that!

In the 90's I vaguely recall us beating the Steelers 31-13 or close to that score.
The last time I remember any game being cut off for being so decidedly one sided was when the Patriots put up 59 unanswered points on the Titans a few years ago.
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I haven't felt like this after a win since we destroyed the Bears 45-10 back in '09. Sims and Dre' finally being off the pup list is great also. Is it too unrealistic to say 11-5 starts now?
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I think that we have a shot at 9-7 for sure, hopefully more.
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:25 AM
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I for one sure hope something started clicking and we get to keep enjoying this feeling.
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:33 AM
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WOW! What a great effort, in all 3 areas, O, D, & ST's!!! GREAT JOB BOYS! It just goes to show what these guys are capable of. As proud as I am today (they beat the defending Superbowl Champs), I couldn't help but feel a little sad for the Giants, as they have always been my second favorite team behind my beloved Bengals, but it is what it is...........BENGALS 1ST for me. ALWAYS! Sorry Giants. Great step, let's keep it going.
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:35 AM
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I agree. One of the most infuriating things about this team isn't the losing, it's the fact that they can never blow out teams.

It was so refreshing to see that the ability is still there.
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Old 11-12-2012, 02:54 AM
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I was very young when Boomer was around. Most of my memories of those days involve Ninja Turtles and Ghostbusters.
Lol. Same here. I vaguely remember superbowl XXIII, but I didn't really start following the Bengals until 94'.
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It was actually very nice to see something like this happen. I feel, as though, it gave me some hope for the Bengals this year to make the playoffs and even win some games.

Or maybe I'm just looking into this hope a bit too much.

Oh well, Bengals still have a few weeks before they can even get above .500
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I haven't felt like this after a win since we destroyed the Bears 45-10 back in '09. Sims and Dre' finally being off the pup list is great also. Is it too unrealistic to say 11-5 starts now?
To me, it wasn't even about the score, but it was more about the way that we got to the score because we did whatever we wanted and the game went as planned.

We could have a few big plays, a few turnovers, win in a blowout, and it wouldn't be dominant like yesterday was, We completely dominated them and just kept rolling in the punches, led by our defense, and we dictated how the game was played instead of having to adjust to how it was being played.
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Points off turnovers.. We didnt miss scoring opportunities. That was a big factor in the win. That was the first time I seen this team play good on both sides of the ball since the 45-10 Bears game a few years back.
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This was the first game this year I saw this team dominate another team from beginning to end. It was very enjoyable to watch and after the game thought, "This is what it feels like to watch your team dominate another team"

Its also the first time in a couple of years we beat a team with a winning record. Time to enjoy the moment because its few and far between and also the biggest surprise win in some time!
So nice to not have to avoid all football for the rest of the day.

Also, KUDOS to everyone who predicted a victory despite all the odds against it!
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:47 AM
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This was the first game this year I saw this team dominate another team from beginning to end. It was very enjoyable to watch and after the game thought, "This is what it feels like to watch your team dominate another team"

Its also the first time in a couple of years we beat a team with a winning record. Time to enjoy the moment because its few and far between and also the biggest surprise win in some time!
I'm a little more optimistic than you, but I agree with your feeling about this game. It compares to the time that the (then) undefeated KC Chiefs came to Riverfront and Chad promised a victory.
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It's very simple really, 3 words defines the game.

Sanu, Dre, Sims.


These guys played out of need, question is will Marvin let it continue or go back to his BS ways of playing vets?

If you guys remember John Thornton had to bench himself to get Sims playing time back in 2008.
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