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Old 12-24-2012, 03:54 PM
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They've been enforcing going to the ground during celebrations illegal for a few years.. see Jared Allen's lasso/rodeo sack celebration that he had to alter about a year or 2 ago. If he can why can't Keisel?
Because keisel hasnt had a sack for the past two years.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:09 PM
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Miller is very underrated. He doesn't have the flashy stats or the best speed but the guy is just a work horse and he constantly produces year in and year out. Top 5 Tight End in my opinion.


Brown, Sanders, Wallace all 3 ****** me off this season. Fumbles, Dropped balls..just acting like fools. I can't stand that. They need to step it up next season and be more mature..hold onto the ball.


I hope Wallace is gone.
Miller is just a solid all around football player. He's not great at any one thing, but he's good at just about everything.

Sanders is a pathetic joke. I can't believe that there were people at the start of this year saying he could start for a bunch of teams in the league. If they meant the Canadian Football League, then, yes, however, no way in the NFL. For all the crap I heap on Antonio Brown for all the hype he gets, he's an ok #2 WR when he's on his game. His problem is that he seemed to start buying into his own hype and that fat contract he got this year, and thinks he's a whole lot better than what he really is. Wallace, honestly, just looked like he wanted to get the heck out of Pittsburgh, and his lack of a deal shot his concentration. With the Steelers missing the playoffs and Haley's offense not emphasizing the deep ball, any chance of Wallace giving the Steelers a hometown discount are pretty much gone. Wallace also expressed some frustration about Ben and Haley's inability to get along, and why would he want to come back and go through that again?
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:19 PM
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Did anyone notice miller get mad at Reggie for hitting him low? i find that hilarious due to the fact Troy has been going low to the knees on guys his entire career. Reggie had no option either because if he goes high, he gets the old hit on a defenseless receiver penalty. That is another rule that needs to be revisited. In my opinion once a receiver jumps in the air, a defender should not be able to launch, but the target area should expand. It is near impossible at game speed to figure out where you will end up hitting a guy as he is coming down to the ground.
If Reggie made that hit 20 years ago he would've been taken off the field on a stretcher. He tore all 3 ligaments in Millers knee. Troy goes low on ball carriers - running backs. He goes high on receivers. Reggie went low because he's a sally. I don't blame him. He knew Heath was going to crush him.
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Chad is as good of a wr as Carson is at qb. I could care less if both find a new team.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:21 PM
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Because keisel hasnt had a sack for the past two years.
Darn I must've missed his 4.5 sacks yesterday.

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Sanders is a pathetic joke. I can't believe that there were people at the start of this year saying he could start for a bunch of teams in the league. If they meant the Canadian Football League, then, yes, however, no way in the NFL. For all the crap I heap on Antonio Brown for all the hype he gets, he's an ok #2 WR when he's on his game. His problem is that he seemed to start buying into his own hype and that fat contract he got this year, and thinks he's a whole lot better than what he really is. Wallace, honestly, just looked like he wanted to get the heck out of Pittsburgh, and his lack of a deal shot his concentration. With the Steelers missing the playoffs and Haley's offense not emphasizing the deep ball, any chance of Wallace giving the Steelers a hometown discount are pretty much gone. Wallace also expressed some frustration about Ben and Haley's inability to get along, and why would he want to come back and go through that again?
You literally offered no analysis on Sanders, just calling him a joke. What're you basing this off of? He's still pretty good and you're clearly undervaluing Brown. You can point to his attitude on the field all you want, but this isn't TO/Ocho we're talking about.
Everything else you spewed is pure opinion and guess work. Not worth debating.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:22 PM
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Darn I must've missed his 4.5 sacks yesterday.
Blind squirrel had his day.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:25 PM
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Blind squirrel had his day.
Sums up the bengals season quite well, and explains why so many of you have come out of the safety of jungle noise
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:29 PM
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Sums up the bengals season quite well, and explains why so many of you have come out of the safety of jungle noise
Except tiger squirrel has had his day in 3 out of the last four seasons. Thats a trend. You'll be lucky if keisel is even around next year.
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Except tiger squirrel has had his day in 3 out of the last four seasons. Thats a trend. You'll be lucky if keisel is even around next year.
You're trolling hard today, wonder why I havn't seen you in months

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Old 12-24-2012, 04:32 PM
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You're trolling hard today, wonder why I havn't seen you in months

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Nice attempt at a fallback...lol.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:47 PM
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Because keisel hasnt had a sack for the past two years.
And you haven't had smack for the last two years....now don't go back into hiding when the bengals lose.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:48 PM
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And you haven't had smack for the last two years....now don't go back into hiding when the bengals lose.
13-10....hide that.
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:49 PM
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Darn I must've missed his 4.5 sacks yesterday.



You literally offered no analysis on Sanders, just calling him a joke. What're you basing this off of? He's still pretty good and you're clearly undervaluing Brown. You can point to his attitude on the field all you want, but this isn't TO/Ocho we're talking about.
Everything else you spewed is pure opinion and guess work. Not worth debating.
I'm basing my evaluation of Sanders on going on 3 years worth of mediocre play. Seriously, the guy has lost more fumbles this year than he has scored TD's. The guy is not a great route runner, has suspect hands, and doesn't go up and get jump balls or make tough catches. He is a slower Mike Wallace. There's a reason why he was almost a total nonfactor when you're season was on the line. Heck, Cotchery's washed-up carcass saw more PT than Sanders.

As for Brown, he has been targeted 102 times this year, once more than Heath Miller. Miller has 7 more catches, 51 more yards, and twice as many TD's. Miller is no vertical threat as a TE like a Gates, Gronkowski, or even a Gresham, either. When he's getting the ball thrown his way the same amount as Brown, and has that much of a higher output, there's an issue there. He isn't that good. He made one good play against us, and that's because Ben perfectly timed his pump fake on Brown's out and up to get Jones to jump it. And don't get me started on punt return skills. He's awful. For the second straight week, he can't figure out how to field a punt and puts the Steelers in bad field position, which set up Ben's pick-6 to Hall.
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13-10....hide that.
Nice attempt at fallback...lol.
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Nice attempt at fallback...lol.
In your house. Fall back on that.
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In your house. Fall back on that.
Your Super Bowl...fall back on that, especially when you're one and done.
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Old 12-24-2012, 05:00 PM
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Your Super Bowl...fall back on that, especially when you're one and done.
Enjoy your off season...it started yesterday. Courtesy of the Bengals. In your house.
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Old 12-24-2012, 05:18 PM
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Enjoy your off season...it started yesterday. Courtesy of the Bengals. In your house.
I'm enjoying it now...bengal fans like you with their chests puffed out are so cute...lol.
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Old 12-24-2012, 05:27 PM
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Enjoy your off season...it started yesterday. Courtesy of the Bengals. In your house.
Well, their offseason didn't REALLY start yesterday. The Steelers have an important decision to make. Do they lay down this week to get better draft position, or do they try to avoid getting swept by the Browns and finishing under .500?
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I'm enjoying it now...bengal fans like you with their chests puffed out are so cute...lol.
Enjoy third place also.
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Did I miss something?

When did "going to the ground" in celebration of a defensive play equal a penalty?

I know it was against the Steelers, but that's just a stupid rule. Let these guys celebrate, man. TDs, sacks, and in the case of Antonio Brown every catch no matter if it went for positive yards.
Well I don't know what the heck Keisel was thinking flinging invisible arrows around in a crowded NFL stadium. You can't see those things coming. Someone could have been seriously injured.
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Except tiger squirrel has had his day in 3 out of the last four seasons. Thats a trend. You'll be lucky if keisel is even around next year.
The only trends I see around here are...
#1) you only showing up AFTER a bengal win.
#2) the Steelers shooting themselves in the foot and losing to inferior opponents all season long.
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The only trends I see around here are...
#1) you only showing up AFTER a bengal win.
#2) the Steelers shooting themselves in the foot and losing to inferior opponents all season long.
#3)Defense that looks good on paper, but can't close out games in crunch time.
#4)The most overrated WR corps in football.
#5)A ball control offense with players that can't stop turning the ball over.
#6)30 year old QB that can't take the physical pounding his playing style requires anymore.
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Old 12-26-2012, 06:55 PM
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The only trends I see around here are...
#1) you only showing up AFTER a bengal win.
#2) the Steelers shooting themselves in the foot and losing to inferior opponents all season long.
1) you obviously havent been around, nor checked posting history
2) thats what makes your team inferior
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A subtle point that wasn't lost on me Sunday: both the Steelers and Ravens had celebration penalties. The Bengals haven't had a celebration penalty in over 2 years.
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A subtle point that wasn't lost on me Sunday: both the Steelers and Ravens had celebration penalties. The Bengals haven't had a celebration penalty in over 2 years.
I'd hope the Bengals wouldn't get a celebration penalty at any point over the last 2 years...
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