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Old 02-07-2013, 11:08 PM
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No No No!!

The idea is that it's gotta be in succession...team A beat team B who beat team C who beat team D , therefore team A must be > D.
Its not that complicated. You can just finish with a better record than the other team such as the Bengals finishing 10-6 while the steelers only went 8-8 with virtually the same schedule. That is evidence as to which was the better team this season.
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Old 02-08-2013, 01:03 PM
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2) Andrew Luck's former offensive coordinator at Stanford is joining the Colts as the Offensive coordinator. He's not only very familiar with Luck's skillsets, but the TE, Colby, as well. This will definitely improve the offense.
His name is Coby Fleener, ya blumpkin. How can you not know the name of a player from your "favorite" team?
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:37 PM
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His name is Coby Fleener, ya blumpkin. How can you not know the name of a player from your "favorite" team?
Colby must play for the cheese heads team.
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:50 PM
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Its not that complicated. You can just finish with a better record than the other team such as the Bengals finishing 10-6 while the steelers only went 8-8 with virtually the same schedule. That is evidence as to which was the better team this season.
Is someone having a "who is better the bengals or the Steelers debate"?

Take your mind off the Steelers for a moment and savor this ...since the bengals beat the Redskins that beat the Ravens that beat the Niners in the Super Bowl, you can now happily say that the bengals two SB losses to the Niners have been avenged.
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:00 AM
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It's not that difficult to figure out. Any idiot can see that it means that a once-great-possibly-elite QB no longer wanted to play for his current team and the only option he saw was to threaten retirement in order to force said team to trade him. Sheesh, not to smart, are you?
How about the possibility that he's just a quitter? Huh?

The Bengals drafted a franchise QB who thinks that getting everything handed to him on a platter without having to work for it as well as not being responsible for being a leader on the team was something owed to him. Yeah... I think that about sums up Carson Palmer, right?

By the way, Carson was never "once-great-possibly-elite". He was a slightly average QB whose stats were padded quite a bit because of lots of garbage time yards as well as yards on games that were already lost. Carson never really knew how to win. For some reason, he seemed to constantly lose to teams who had rookie QB's.

Strange that right after he led the Bengals to a 4-12 record, he goes to the Raiders and leads them to a 4-12 record as well. Lol!
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:02 AM
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But the bengals beat the Redskins who beat the Ravens who beat the 49'ers in the Super Bowl.
Hmmnnn... yeah... I guess you're right. So, by this logic, I guess the Bengals are the true winners of the Superbowl this year!
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:05 AM
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And the bengals beat the ravens the week before the colts played them. What's your point?
The Bengals beat the Ravens BACKUP PLAYERS the week before while the Ravens starters were resting. That game with the Bengals was like a pre-season game for the Ravens. The Ravens weren't even trying to win that game.

Unlike the Texans... who were really trying to beat the Colts!

HUGE difference, dude!
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:06 AM
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His name is Coby Fleener, ya blumpkin. How can you not know the name of a player from your "favorite" team?
Spelling smack? Really?

Dude... you knew who I meant - clearly!

Anyway... the new OC knows both Luck and Fleener and will utilize both better than Arians.
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:29 AM
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Spelling smack? Really?

Dude... you knew who I meant - clearly!

Anyway... the new OC knows both Luck and Fleener and will utilize both better than Arians.
Spelling smack? If you know his name and its your favorite team..it doesn't even sound like a L is in there.




That's like me calling Ben, Glenn.
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Is someone having a "who is better the Bengals or the steelers debate"?

Take your mind off the steelers for a moment and savor this ...since the Bengals beat the redskins that beat the ravens that beat the niners in the Super Bowl, you can now happily say that the Bengals two SB losses to the niners have been avenged.
That's clearly steeler logic.
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:41 PM
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Spelling smack? If you know his name and its your favorite team..it doesn't even sound like a L is in there.




That's like me calling Ben, Glenn.
His name is Glenn?!!

Wow... and here I've been calling him Ben Roethlisberger when his name is actually GLENN Roethlisberger.

Sorry... my bad!
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