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Old 11-30-2012, 04:03 PM
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I just stumbled upon his website and he has his own line of "iLove Me Some Me" shirts. That just makes me laugh. However, I kept searching, and there is a page for his "iLove Me Some Bengals" merchandise. Maybe he is hoping to get a call.

Haha...this stuff is horrible. Everything on that website is just bad. It's as if he had absolutely no idea what he was doing when he started it, and hired no one to help him along. I love the Bengals and all, but I'm not so sure that I would wear a shirt that said "Me Some Bengals" on it. That's just bad. T.O. is an amatuer.
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:22 PM
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please say somewhere in this thread this guy admitted he was joking
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:34 PM
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Haha...this stuff is horrible. Everything on that website is just bad. It's as if he had absolutely no idea what he was doing when he started it, and hired no one to help him along. I love the Bengals and all, but I'm not so sure that I would wear a shirt that said "Me Some Bengals" on it. That's just bad. T.O. is an amatuer.
Also putting a lower case "i" in front of anything with no space then a capital letter is coming pretty close to copying apple. Very unoriginal. His whole site is kinda a monument to denial.
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:40 PM
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The number two position is still in good shape with Jones and Binns.
I would rather have T.O. than Binns, but I don't want either one.
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With the way palmer and ocho have played last 2 years. Maybe TO actually wasnt the problem. We have a huge void at the number 2 receiver now with sanu hurt. TO desparately wants back in the NFL chomping at the bit for 1 final oppurtunity. We could use another playmaker to take pressure off of AJ. At the very atleast give him a workout and if we dont like what we see we can say thx but no thx. Maybe this could be a signing to put us over the top with chasing the lombardi trophy.

Marvin Jones can start...?
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Old 11-30-2012, 05:06 PM
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With the way palmer and ocho have played last 2 years. Maybe TO actually wasnt the problem. We have a huge void at the number 2 receiver now with sanu hurt. TO desparately wants back in the NFL chomping at the bit for 1 final oppurtunity. We could use another playmaker to take pressure off of AJ. At the very atleast give him a workout and if we dont like what we see we can say thx but no thx. Maybe this could be a signing to put us over the top with chasing the lombardi trophy.
Nice try TO.
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Old 11-30-2012, 05:23 PM
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without even reading a single post, I'm gonna respond with a resounding HELL NO, to the OP.
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Old 11-30-2012, 05:24 PM
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With the way palmer and ocho have played last 2 years. Maybe TO actually wasnt the problem. We have a huge void at the number 2 receiver now with sanu hurt. TO desparately wants back in the NFL chomping at the bit for 1 final oppurtunity. We could use another playmaker to take pressure off of AJ. At the very atleast give him a workout and if we dont like what we see we can say thx but no thx. Maybe this could be a signing to put us over the top with chasing the lombardi trophy.

My advice would be to stop, now. You're fast losing respect, with posts like this.
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I'm sure this has been highly debated as I have not read everyones response yet. But all things considered and giving you a serious answer cause most of us know this will never happen, I would have to say no.

Reason being is he is not familiar with the offense. If he was familiar with the offense and he was under Grudens scheme before I would say it is a possibility. I know the dude can still play. He won't have the best hands on the team, but he is certainly an improvement in other areas and I think could help. Just not now and probably never again.
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without even reading a single post, I'm gonna respond with a resounding HELL NO, to the OP.
Second that!
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Let's sign Chase Coffman and line him up at WR.
Great place to hijack this thread. Was I dreaming or was there really a Chase Coffman sighting during the Thursday night game? In my dream, they even said he was in there blocking, so I'm sure it was just a dream...
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Sanu is hurt. Bengals have Marvin Jones. Problem has already been fixed.
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With the way palmer and ocho have played last 2 years. Maybe TO actually wasnt the problem. We have a huge void at the number 2 receiver now with sanu hurt. TO desparately wants back in the NFL chomping at the bit for 1 final oppurtunity. We could use another playmaker to take pressure off of AJ. At the very atleast give him a workout and if we dont like what we see we can say thx but no thx. Maybe this could be a signing to put us over the top with chasing the lombardi trophy.
We have had this void all year. I would rather take the next man up approach. TO experiment is over he is not a team player hasn't been since his shouting match with the offensive coordinator of SF. Keep cancer out our system I'm all for TO free 2 years and counting.
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Old 11-30-2012, 06:52 PM
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With the way palmer and ocho have played last 2 years. Maybe TO actually wasnt the problem. We have a huge void at the number 2 receiver now with sanu hurt. TO desparately wants back in the NFL chomping at the bit for 1 final oppurtunity. We could use another playmaker to take pressure off of AJ. At the very atleast give him a workout and if we dont like what we see we can say thx but no thx. Maybe this could be a signing to put us over the top with chasing the lombardi trophy.
The next person to start a should we bring in TO thread should receive a permanent ban. Please stop the nonsense.

This team will be fine without Sanu. Yeah it is a loss and I hate to see it but not the end of the world and I am pretty certain the locker room will handle it just fine. We have many other guys that can still make plays for this team.

This was so predictable as soon as the word came out.
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Old 11-30-2012, 07:21 PM
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This thread has 3 pages and nobody mentioned Jordan Shipley yet?
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Old 11-30-2012, 07:26 PM
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Bring in TO? ......Cmon...

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This thread has 3 pages and nobody mentioned Jordan Shipley yet?
Ship signed with the Jags a couple weeks ago.
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Old 11-30-2012, 07:29 PM
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Yep...Just seen that,he signed on Nov.20th.
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I actually didn't think we were going to have one of these threads this season, but I was wrong again. Who wants to sig bet me that eventually someone on these boards is going to call for resigning Carson?
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Old 11-30-2012, 07:42 PM
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I humbly apologize for this thread. I just know what our offense looked like during that 4 game losing streak and sanu wasnt playing. Dalton is elite but hes not completely their yet. He still needs a little help. He cant do it on his own not yet anyway. I take Dalton today versus in his prime palmer its real close. A year from now it wont even be close. They say when a team is close to a ring you do whatever it takes. Dalton is a good enough qb for TO not to destroy him.
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Ehh, I'd take 2010 TO over pretty much every practice squad WR we've lined up across from AJ Green, but it hain't 2010, and this hain't gonna happen. Bring back Binns, I guess.
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The problem its not only him, but the attention and focus of the media that could disturb our chemistry. And yes, we are not in 2010 and this ain't practice squad.
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Old 11-30-2012, 08:15 PM
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The problem its not only him, but the attention and focus of the media that could disturb our chemistry. And yes, we are not in 2010 and this ain't practice squad.
If TO disturbs your chemistry, then your chemistry wasn't that solid to begin with. We all blather on about how awesomely mature Dalton is, but if we bring TO here, it's going to wreck everything!

Ehh, I'm not convinced. TO is over the hill and his career is over, but his antics (and his non-antics in Buffalo and here) aren't the issue.
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