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Old 01-06-2013, 12:42 AM
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ZOMG, you made it to the playoffs two years in a row and lost to a team with a great defense both times, the world is ending!
Honestly though, some rollouts, some short passes over the middle to the backs or WRs crossing....anything, any sort of adjustment or pre-planning against a good front would have been nice. Instead, it was the same offense we see every week. No twists, no adjustments, no plan other than to hand it off or throw out patterns. Of course, Gresh(stonehands) dropping 3 passes and blockers missing their blocks on designed screens didn't help. The defense did exactly what i feared they'd do. Came out with just a 4 man rush and everyone else in a deep zone. Did someone not tell Zim that Houston has a good, big line and they routinely line up 2 TEs? The D-linemen barely sniffed Schaub and still, virtually no adjustments from Zim all game. All kinds of bullets left in the gun as the final horn sounded. Would a couple roll outs or a few wildcat formations with Peerman have been out of the question?

About the only thing different was they had Adam Jones returning all kicks until he got dinged and Marv didn't lose both of his challenges in the first half.

Other than that, it was the same uninspired effort that we saw in '09 and '11.

Plenty of work needed before.......next year. ugh.
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:43 AM
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I bet she runs faster than Rey Maualuga and her ball skills are better than Jermaine Gresham.
MMMMM. I wouldn't mind having some dreams about her "ball skills" tonight.
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You have 28 posts since 2010..... your a plant or a tool , your pick
Tool, most of his posts are centered around Mike Wallace being inferior to Hawkins and he said in '10 that it's a waste to pursue VJax. Tell Josh Freeman that.
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i can no longer root for this bengals team or give mike brown money until changes are made the day to day operations or until he dies i have put so much money into this team and have been a fan for my entire life. I know some of you will call me fair weather but i am surely not ill just stop watching football completely if thats what it takes
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i can no longer root for this bengals team or give mike brown money until changes are made the day to day operations or until he dies i have put so much money into this team and have been a fan for my entire life. I know some of you will call me fair weather but i am surely not ill just stop watching football completely if thats what it takes

I don't understand how people can just stop being a fan of a team because of some pathetically bad luck. I've been a fan of the Pitares since I was 5 way back in 1981. I have never witnessed them winning the World Series, yet I would never stop being a fan. They could go 0-162 for the next 10 years and I would still root for them every game. If you can just stop rooting for a team because they're losing, then you never really were a fan to begin with.
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Old 01-06-2013, 03:35 AM
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I swear, its embarassing to have to throw my hat in with some of these blasted idiots that troll these boards after a Bengals loss.

Maybe that's why I refuse to hang out with other Bengals fans - bunch of ****ing whiners.
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I say that this thread should now be about Kate Beckinsale.

She makes me tingly.
Sorry, but your post is ABSOLUTELY WORTHLESS....... Without pics.
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Wait...wait...

Fan your entire life, so I'll assume you are very young or somehow you had a total memory erase of the 90's?

3 of the last 4 years the team is in the playoffs. When Dave Shula was here just getting to .500 would have been nice.

Yes they looked bad today, but they didn't secure a top 5 pick by Nov like the 90's.

Changes need to be made, but damn, jumping off the ship now is just sad.
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Plus we've at least been to the dance twice as an organization. Think of the many who haven't even done that. Playoffs for 3 of 4 years and wants out??? We need to get homefield advantage next season. Sixth seeds rarely do much.
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i can no longer root for this bengals team or give mike brown money until changes are made the day to day operations or until he dies i have put so much money into this team and have been a fan for my entire life. I know some of you will call me fair weather but i am surely not ill just stop watching football completely if thats what it takes
I hear word of your displeasure has reached PBS and there is going to be some changes to the front office ASAP
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i can no longer root for this bengals team or give mike brown money until changes are made the day to day operations or until he dies i have put so much money into this team and have been a fan for my entire life. I know some of you will call me fair weather but i am surely not ill just stop watching football completely if thats what it takes
Hey there little fella, look on the bright side. The bengals offense scored 6 points against the Texans. That's a 3 point improvement over what they did against the Steelers. Things may be looking up for you after all.
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gotta keep nerkle on board...the changes they are a comin
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i can no longer root for this bengals team or give mike brown money until changes are made the day to day operations or until he dies i have put so much money into this team and have been a fan for my entire life. I know some of you will call me fair weather but i am surely not ill just stop watching football completely if thats what it takes

Bye, see ya, don't let the door hit ya, where the good lord split ya.
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I almost forgot about the annual jumping ship posts. Oh how I enjoy them! It is like Christmas, they happen every year.
They'll be back next year, about mid season.
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He says he's going to remain a Bengals fan and I'll take him at his word, but I'm somewhat amused by the notion of him jumping ship to the Vikings - pun intended - and choosing the user name "Purple Nerkle".
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Just don't put any money in Mikeys pocket. No tickets, merchandise, parking, $12 beers nothin.

No reason to stop watching
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Plus we've at least been to the dance twice as an organization. Think of the many who haven't even done that. Playoffs for 3 of 4 years and wants out??? We need to get homefield advantage next season. Sixth seeds rarely do much.
It's not many, it's 4 teams the Texans, the Jags, the Browns, and the Lions.
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Plus we've at least been to the dance twice as an organization. Think of the many who haven't even done that. Playoffs for 3 of 4 years and wants out??? We need to get homefield advantage next season. Sixth seeds rarely do much.
Except... maybe win Superbowls. Kinda like that team in 2005 that had a bus as a player. Remember that team?
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Except... maybe win Superbowls. Kinda like that team in 2005 that had a bus as a player. Remember that team?
What part of the word "rarely" did you have trouble with?
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i can no longer root for this bengals team or give mike brown money until changes are made the day to day operations or until he dies i have put so much money into this team and have been a fan for my entire life. I know some of you will call me fair weather but i am surely not ill just stop watching football completely if thats what it takes
I received infraction points for suggesting the only thing we can do to make changes is wait for him to die, so you better be careful
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