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Old 01-05-2013, 01:15 PM
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I just realized Shayne Graham is kicking for Houston today. Who thinks he's going to miss a key field goal today? :thumbup:
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I just realized Shayne Graham is kicking for Houston today. Who thinks he's going to miss a key field goal today? :thumbup:
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I don't care if he makes or misses. As long as the D is holding them to FG attempts then I am happy.
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If you cant do anything about it why bother? Are you hoping for a moderator gig?
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I just realized Shayne Graham is kicking for Houston today. Who thinks he's going to miss a key field goal today? :thumbup:
Guess you were wrong. See ya next season.
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Guess you were wrong. See ya next season.
Congrats, your brother finally stopped choking.
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Congrats, your brother finally stopped choking.
You know good and well he'd have been wide right by about 15 yards if one of those kicks were in some sort of pressure situation.
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You know good and well he'd have been wide right by about 15 yards if one of those kicks were in some sort of pressure situation.
Yep, but they Texans got the lead early so no pressure on the guy.
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Guess you were wrong. See ya next season.
Hi there again. I am always fond of our alumni; however, my only complaint about your brother still stands. His kickoffs still need improvement. I love Brown and wish you and your brother the best regardless.
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How was I wrong? I asked a question without giving an opinion.
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How was I wrong? I asked a question without giving an opinion.
You thumb upped your own question. Thus answering it.

And I think you guys still have hate where hate doesn't belong. He had 2 bad games as a Bengal. 3 if you really want to count every miss he's made that hurt regardless of the fact that kickers are sometimes going to miss long kicks.

If you are still hating on a kicker who was great for 7 years due to less than a handful of bad games. The problem is yours not his. Especially considering the games he played poorly...the rest of the team ****** as well. The Bengals were never going to win in the years he had a bad game. So keep hating, but he did more for cinci and the people of Cinci than most players to live in that city. On and off the field. He still loves the city and people he knew. Too bad some can't let players be human and have an off day at work.

And if getting 13 of 19 points isn't pressure...then whatever. He scored the first 6 points of the game....they weren't winning, and all signs were pointing to them not getting a td (also based on recent texan history). He took the lead with 3rd fg....no pressure there i guess...

You don't call those pressure, but you call both misses in a game the Bengals were getting handed their butts total pressure kicks?..we weren't going to win that game. EVERY kick in a playoff game is a pressure kick. Because every point counts. he was 1-1 in Bengals first playoff game. 0-2 in second...horrible game, no argument. 2-2 with Pats in playoffs, and 14-14 with them in general. He was 4-4 last night. let it go or not...whatever. The hatin is silly though.
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Poor guy couldn't make the big kick for us.
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:42 AM
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As a Texans fan I can safely say I hope Shayne Graham is not kicking in Houston next year.
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If I were a family member of a NFL football player, the last place I would go is online forum

What did you expect? Even the great players have their critics.

I think it's admirable for you to come to Shayne's defense. But you have to understand people will bash him whether you like it or not.

Also, do you come here searching for threads about your brother? If so that's kind of sad
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You thumb upped your own question. Thus answering it.

And I think you guys still have hate where hate doesn't belong. He had 2 bad games as a Bengal. 3 if you really want to count every miss he's made that hurt regardless of the fact that kickers are sometimes going to miss long kicks.

If you are still hating on a kicker who was great for 7 years due to less than a handful of bad games. The problem is yours not his. Especially considering the games he played poorly...the rest of the team ****** as well. The Bengals were never going to win in the years he had a bad game. So keep hating, but he did more for cinci and the people of Cinci than most players to live in that city. On and off the field. He still loves the city and people he knew. Too bad some can't let players be human and have an off day at work.

And if getting 13 of 19 points isn't pressure...then whatever. He scored the first 6 points of the game....they weren't winning, and all signs were pointing to them not getting a td (also based on recent texan history). He took the lead with 3rd fg....no pressure there i guess...

You don't call those pressure, but you call both misses in a game the Bengals were getting handed their butts total pressure kicks?..we weren't going to win that game. EVERY kick in a playoff game is a pressure kick. Because every point counts. he was 1-1 in Bengals first playoff game. 0-2 in second...horrible game, no argument. 2-2 with Pats in playoffs, and 14-14 with them in general. He was 4-4 last night. let it go or not...whatever. The hatin is silly though.
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You thumb upped your own question. Thus answering it.

And I think you guys still have hate where hate doesn't belong. He had 2 bad games as a Bengal. 3 if you really want to count every miss he's made that hurt regardless of the fact that kickers are sometimes going to miss long kicks.

If you are still hating on a kicker who was great for 7 years due to less than a handful of bad games. The problem is yours not his. Especially considering the games he played poorly...the rest of the team ****** as well. The Bengals were never going to win in the years he had a bad game. So keep hating, but he did more for cinci and the people of Cinci than most players to live in that city. On and off the field. He still loves the city and people he knew. Too bad some can't let players be human and have an off day at work.

And if getting 13 of 19 points isn't pressure...then whatever. He scored the first 6 points of the game....they weren't winning, and all signs were pointing to them not getting a td (also based on recent texan history). He took the lead with 3rd fg....no pressure there i guess...

You don't call those pressure, but you call both misses in a game the Bengals were getting handed their butts total pressure kicks?..we weren't going to win that game. EVERY kick in a playoff game is a pressure kick. Because every point counts. he was 1-1 in Bengals first playoff game. 0-2 in second...horrible game, no argument. 2-2 with Pats in playoffs, and 14-14 with them in general. He was 4-4 last night. let it go or not...whatever. The hatin is silly though.
BengalSIS....knockin' balls out of the park left and right. Perception was destroyed of him though. He had a bad game in a couple pretty big games. He also had the misforture of having Brad St. Louis make him look like a fool. These are Bengals fans....where pointing a finger in a random direction is the only logical way of reacting to a situation.
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BengalSIS....knockin' balls out of the park left and right. Perception was destroyed of him though. He had a bad game in a couple pretty big games. He also had the misforture of having Brad St. Louis make him look like a fool. These are Bengals fans....where pointing a finger in a random direction is the only logical way of reacting to a situation.
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Graham was the man yesterday! Wish I could have said that last year...
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You thumb upped your own question. Thus answering it.

And I think you guys still have hate where hate doesn't belong. He had 2 bad games as a Bengal. 3 if you really want to count every miss he's made that hurt regardless of the fact that kickers are sometimes going to miss long kicks.

If you are still hating on a kicker who was great for 7 years due to less than a handful of bad games. The problem is yours not his. Especially considering the games he played poorly...the rest of the team ****** as well. The Bengals were never going to win in the years he had a bad game. So keep hating, but he did more for cinci and the people of Cinci than most players to live in that city. On and off the field. He still loves the city and people he knew. Too bad some can't let players be human and have an off day at work.

And if getting 13 of 19 points isn't pressure...then whatever. He scored the first 6 points of the game....they weren't winning, and all signs were pointing to them not getting a td (also based on recent texan history). He took the lead with 3rd fg....no pressure there i guess...

You don't call those pressure, but you call both misses in a game the Bengals were getting handed their butts total pressure kicks?..we weren't going to win that game. EVERY kick in a playoff game is a pressure kick. Because every point counts. he was 1-1 in Bengals first playoff game. 0-2 in second...horrible game, no argument. 2-2 with Pats in playoffs, and 14-14 with them in general. He was 4-4 last night. let it go or not...whatever. The hatin is silly though.
The thumbs up is because of it would have been a positive for the Bengals if he choked. Theres no argument thats why i didn't even bother reading your stupid *** rant. You get on the defensive because you can't change the perspective of every Bengals fan who thinks your brother blows at making game winning kicks under pressure.

Write another rant I won't bother to read. Truthfully its just sad you still post here anyways.
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I just realized Shayne Graham is kicking for Houston today. Who thinks he's going to miss a key field goal today? :thumbup:

Way to go jinx.
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And the Bengals castoff's whipped us once again..
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It's her brother and he has been bashed on here many times when he didn't deserve to be.
He made his kicks, Houstons will be going home soon as well so let it go people.
I don't blame her for sticking up for her bro.
She isn't on here being rude about it. Shane has had a pretty decent career and more power to him.
It's not her fault that Kubiak owns Marvin and company or that Rey is the worst MLB currently playing in the NFL.
Congrats to them and enjoy it.

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Good luck to former Bengals going forward.

Shayne was a good kicker when he was here and helped us to more wins than loses.
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