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#38 8 years ago

Looking for Cincy to take the next step and go deep in the playoffs. I honestly think the addition of the new running back will definitely help the offense catch up with our defensive efforts. Green-Ellis is a goal line type back period, I actually can't believe he's still in Cincy, two yards and a cloud of dust era is not NFL Football today. Running backs that average 4.5 to 5 yards a carry are what's needed now to open your passing game up. Been a Bengal fan since 1968 (which by the way is the second Bengals football team not the first). WHO DEY!!!!!!!

#105 8 years ago
Quoted from hollywood:

Are there even any AFC teams left??

Have you forgotten where the last Super Bowl Champions came from?????

#107 8 years ago

Hell no, the Ravens are far removed from Cleveland, not downing the Browns or city by any means but, aside from ownership there are no ties left.

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#197 8 years ago

Who Dey Baby! Cincy looking pretty fair so far this preseason. I think they'll push much deeper into the playoffs this year. Truth be told they are the team to beat in the AFC North. See you Texans again this year in the playoffs!

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#273 8 years ago

Whooooo Dey Baby!!!

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#468 8 years ago

Denver-vs-Cincy for the AFC Championship!!!! WHO DEY

#474 7 years ago

Cincinnati-vs-Cleveland another AFC North Slobberknocker!!! WHO DEY BABY!!!!

#478 7 years ago

Andy Dalton looked absolutely horrible! He cost the Bengals the game in my opinion.

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#550 7 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

If your QB ain't lookin' so good, just look to Dallas. You will feel much better.

Or look at the Bengals......superbowl defense, highschool quarterback performances!!!!!

#554 7 years ago

Ready for some FOOTBALL!!!!!! One of my best, or worst days, depending on the outcome! WHO DEY!!!!!!

#598 7 years ago

The Chargers will have their hands full tonight with Andrew Luck.

1 week later
#715 7 years ago

Cincy came out on top in the Cat Fight. Who Dey!!!

#743 7 years ago

Who Dey baby!!!! Bengals over the Jets in a slobber Knocker!

#752 7 years ago

Who Dey Baby!!!! Bengals played a fantastic game on both sides of the ball!!!!!!!

#779 7 years ago

Bengals and the Dolphins to night, Who Dey!!!!!!

#797 7 years ago

That was nothing short of the sloppiest play the Bengals have offered this season!!!!

1 week later
#891 7 years ago

Bengals -vs- Ravens baby Who Dey!!!!!!

1 week later
#931 7 years ago

Bengals and Browns could be in for a ride if the weather doesn't hold here in Cincy!

1 week later
#1001 7 years ago

Any team on any given day can win, it's the NFL, just to get there a player must be among the best!!!!!

#1013 7 years ago

The loss of Rogers was the death knell on an already suspect season for the pack

#1032 7 years ago

Who Dey time tomorrow baby!! Sorry to the Bolts fans, but I gotta cheer on my team.

#1049 7 years ago

Bengals "D" won another game for them despite Dalton.

#1062 7 years ago

Holy crap Batman, the Hawks dominated the saints!!! At this point you have to believe it will take a Major Letdown during the playoffs to keep them out!!!!!

#1094 7 years ago

I think they got this right for a change. You are right in that "both" team ownership and head coach were in on it, so fine the coach, and punish ownership with the draft pick loss. The NFL is a business and a loss of a pick is a potential loss to their pocketbook. Both share a loss that has meaning to them MONEY!

Quoted from mulder2010:

If the fine will be paid by the club, then a draft pick doesn't seem too far fetched, seeing that it could essentially be seen as team/owner sponsored cheating, right?

#1103 7 years ago

Won't be long before the NFL logo will be changed to NFFL for National Flag Football League.

#1104 7 years ago

Gonna be tough to play in Cincy today with all the snow and freezing rain. That being said, Who Dey Baby!! Still on track to meet Denver for the AFC championship!

#1115 7 years ago

Great game for the Bengals on both sides of the ball.

#1152 7 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

Great teams always over come the loss of a single player. We'll see.

Damn right and the Bengals have lost one of, if not the best, interior defensive lineman in football (Geno Atkins) on top of losing one of the top five corners (Leon Hall) in the league and they continue to be one of the Best defenses in the league!
We will see Denver to decide who will go onto the Superbowl.

#1182 7 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

Hell, it might even end up being the Bengals

You say that as if you think that is far fetched??? Cincinnati needs only for their QB to play consistently to walk through the front gate at the Superbowl. All will be decided in Mile High when the Bengals meet the Bronco's.

#1185 7 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

Well, it has been a while.

Many teams have never been.

#1186 7 years ago

Time for some Football Baby! Who Dey!!!!!

#1211 7 years ago

Division game for Cincy and Pitt, throw the stats out the door.

#1295 7 years ago

Bengals losing Huber is just another big blow for my team..........

#1298 7 years ago
Quoted from iceman44:

Direct TV blows! I dumped those bastards about 4 years ago too

We had that crap for awhile too and every time a F^@# cloud passed by it would go out! I had left the local cable co. due to being pissed over what I considered lousy customer service but, after my direct tv experience I couldn't wait to go back to them!!!!

#1299 7 years ago
Quoted from centerflank:

Wow did he get lit up, did you think it was a dirty/illegal hit?

Much as it disturbs me I can't honestly say it was a dirty hit nor and illegal hit. Normal punt rush, Huber just dipped his head a little as the hit came in........sucks

#1302 7 years ago
Quoted from centerflank:

It is unfortunate the helmet slides up into the chin like that from the recoil of the hit, maybe better face masks could help? I dunno....

Football Flank, you know that's why we watch it. They've taken enough of the game away in the name of safety if you ask me.

#1326 7 years ago

Bengals D was at home today.

#1330 7 years ago

Who Dey!

#1352 7 years ago

The Ravens will lose so the plans should start from that point!

#1376 7 years ago
Quoted from Pinball-is-great:

My guess is that Seahawks will square off againt Bengals

Fixed that typo for ya.

#1383 7 years ago
Quoted from Nilroc:

Remember Defence wins Championships

The Seahawks will face a great defense should they meet Cincy in the Bowl.

#1386 7 years ago
Quoted from RobT:

Dalton simply isn't consistent enough

All we need from Dalton is not to turn the ball over and our defense will give us the opportunity to beat any team the NFL has to offer.

#1388 7 years ago
Quoted from Pinchroma:

Super Bowl is likely going to be and I know I'm nuts for saying this but Denver

Payton Manning is without doubt one of the best QB's in history but, even Superman has a weakness, and Payton's is Pass Rushers, he does not play well when pressured period.

#1394 7 years ago
Quoted from Pinchroma:

51 td's says he hasn't been pressured much

I'm not doubting his prowess, he'll score, he's the man, but under pressure he's average, say 21 pts. and that's less than his defense will give up.

#1395 7 years ago

Bottom line is, I wish all well for their teams, so long as mine is a part of it!

#1402 7 years ago

You know Romo gets a lot of bad press with fans complaining and such, but in my opinion he is a very good QB and deserves better.

#1447 7 years ago
Quoted from Monarca1091:

And don't forget the cardinals if they make playoffs

They do have a very good defense, but they're like the Bengals in that they have to hope their QB can have a game without turnovers.

#1715 7 years ago
Quoted from Monarca1091:

I hope they paid her good to wear them ugly ass colors!

She wears them well!!!!!!!~!!

#1748 7 years ago
Quoted from Monarca1091:

Chargers over bengals

You Pat fans are praying for that, Pat's worst nightmare is facing that defense again, can't say I blame you but we will see you next.........

#1777 7 years ago
Quoted from gambit3113:

My picks for Wild Card Round:
IND 31
KC 24
PHI 27
NO 23
CIN 35
SD 17
GB 20
SF 17

Love your picks with the exception of Indy. I think KC will win that one. I think KC had a soft early schedule but can handle Indy this time round.

#1793 7 years ago

Looks like "luck" has ran out for Indy.

#1794 7 years ago

Wonder if Trent Richardson shook hands with Ernest Byner while he was in Cleveland?????

#1798 7 years ago

I think both of Indy's linebackers are still hurt and are hurting their defense instead of helping.

#1801 7 years ago
Quoted from gambit3113:

It would be frustrating to be a Colts fan.

I know that frustration; I've been a Bengals fan since '68..........

#1844 7 years ago
Quoted from RWH:

Looks like "luck" has ran out for Indy

Quoted from RWH:

Wonder if Trent Richardson shook hands with Ernest Byner while he was in Cleveland?????

I take it all back........that was unbelievable!!!!

#1975 7 years ago

Cincy played one of the worst games of their season. Sum it up in one word "DALTON" basically cost them single handedly.

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#2115 7 years ago

Fixed that for ya.........I hope

2 months later
#2622 7 years ago
Quoted from centerflank:

Poor dirty sanchez, currently looking for work now. Here is a quick video in remembrance of him.
» YouTube video

That was one of the funniest things I'd ever seen!!!!!

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#2637 7 years ago

Dear Draft Gods please lead Bengals coach to aquire QB PLEASE!!!!!!

#2640 7 years ago

Gio will have to have 300-350 carries at the end of the season for the Bengals to get to the playoffs. Andy is an average QB at best.

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#2839 7 years ago

WHO DEY Baby!!!!100_0574.jpg

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#2915 7 years ago

Who Dey!!!

#2938 7 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

You should start watching Vontaze Burfict then. The guy is an absolute animal on the field.

Who Dey Baby!!!!

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#3018 6 years ago

I'm a fan of coarse but I believe the Bengals will continue to win this week in New England. WHO DEY!!!!!!!

1 year later
#5441 5 years ago

Cincinnati has the opportunity tonight and I think they get it done with relentless pass rush and simply out lasting Denver's defense late in the game!

2 weeks later
#5870 5 years ago

I know this has already been discussed over and over but, I just need to vent. I've been a Bengal fan since 1968 but this hurt in more ways than one. We lost not only a playoff game but one against Pittsburg a rival. Much as I detest saying it, I can live with that, we lost penalty or not. I can not abide in the message Marvin Lewis called a news conference. Marvin's Summation...........AL THE PLAYERS FAULT!!! Really!!!!! Hill Fumbled, Burfict penalized, Adam Jones (unjustly Flagged) check, check the #ucking mirror Marvin, You are the reason we lost that game!!!! We got the turnover in or very near the damn end zone with a 1:39 and you called a run play.....Trying to force Pitt to use the time outs BULLSHIT! YOU CHOKED! We cant win because you can't make critical play calls when needed. You could have simply had AJ Neal for three then kick a field goal which would have meant Pitt needs a touch down to win.......no excuse this would have prevented the fumble, the penalties and Pitt would have had to get 7 to win. Think that's how a competent coach would act....get the points, lean on the defense that has given you the opportunity to score. Marvin needs to learn a little of that integrity and ACCOUNTABILITY he so loudly touts. Been through some very good and a lot of very bad seasons with the Bengals but, I'm not sure I can if Marvin continues as our leader, I can continue to be a fan.
A #issed off fan

#5888 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

5 yard gain before the attempt to get some extra yards. That leaves a 2 and 5 with one to two more runs to win the game. If they are in the exact same situation next year I hope they make the same decision. Except hold on to the ball.

Time management is what you're talking and with three time outs left Pitt would not have had better than 45-50 seconds even if they use them. Doesn't fly........Running was not the best move given the 1:39 on that clock. A field goal in this instance given the fact they must drive the length of the field is a no-brainer

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#6558 5 years ago

The Bengals will not let go of AJ period. Elway must have smoked a lot of pot to sign Sanchez..... makes you wonder what he was thinking

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#6603 5 years ago
Quoted from rai:

Isn't this the same Pacman Jones who contacted a ref to set up the game losing FG?
Seems to me he's not all grown up

Pacman and Burfict are in the top ten players at their positions. People call them dirty players which is for the most part BS, yes both have made some bad plays, but what player that plays to their level and with their passion hasn't??? So far as fault for the loss to Pittsburg, it rest soley with Marvin Lewis and his inability to make calls under pressure.

#6607 5 years ago
Quoted from Ronnie1114:

Sad news about Tray Walker

I agree very sad, he was very young and from the reviews I've seen on him a promising player.

#6610 5 years ago
Quoted from HFK:

Hey, we had Brian Sipe and in the glory days Otto Graham. Of course the Browns won more NFL championships than anyone but once they changed it to the Superbowl that was it.

Aside from Otto graham who really played in a different era of football, I have to say Bernie Kosar has been Cleveland best QB since the merge. He was a pretty damn good one too!

#6611 5 years ago

Like I said Bengals are not trading AJ, he's the future of Cincinnati.

#6613 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

Maccaron? I don't know about that. If Dalton keep playing at the level he currently is, Maccaron will be waiting a long time for his turn.

Don't get me wrong I'm very happy with Andy but I also think AJ could surpass Andy within the next couple seasons. He has a great arm and shows he's more than capable of making all the throws; what he lacks is Andy's ability to read defenses and progression skill but that will come with time.

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#6656 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

How does everyone feel about their team's schedule? Man the bengals are going to have it extra tough this year. Bring it!!

Hell they had it fairly tough last year. I just hope that our "D" can keep it together with Burfict out the first few games. Pass rushing will be paramount for us this year; last year we were middle of the road, this year we have to step up the rush!!!

#6660 5 years ago

What were the coach and owner in Philly thinking? Next years 1st rd. for a college draft QB........Cleveland is in a great position to build now

#6675 5 years ago

Looks like Manziel may be showing his ex-girlfriend the money! He's been indicted so that will make a civil suit that much easier to move forward.

#6694 5 years ago

I'm hoping the Bengals look at either a NT or a LB. Peko is on the downside of his career and the LB core was never very deep.

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#6736 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

I say Bengals v Pack Super Bowl. See you there Flank

WHO DEY Baby!!!!!!

#6740 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

Quoted from RWH:WHO DEY Baby!!!!!!
Did you see some clown said the bengals are going 4-12 this year? I think it was an NFL.com article about the top 111 fantasy players. I wonder if he would be willing to put his money where his mouth is? I'd take that bet all day.

Yea they picked the Bengals to be the most likely team to fall last season as well......The core of our team is still intact and to be honest I believe our Defense has gotten better through the draft. I look to see our "D" be one that others teams do not want to face; so many 2nd year players will be making themselves known this year coupled with a good draft this year I can't see us not going to the playoffs.

#6744 5 years ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

HAHA...I love you guys. You're like the Ohio version of lions fans. Well actually I guess that might be Cleveland.

Bengals record speaks for itself. Yes we've lost two SB's and a shitload of playoff games since......but that's about to change. The wagons rolling brother, jump on while you still can....

#6746 5 years ago

The Steelers are still a great team but their success rest almost exclusively on Big Ben's shoulders and that may come to haunt them soon. He's been in the league for awhile and that meaning is double when you consider our division as a whole; the AFC North is in my opinion the toughest division in the NFL. Even with Cleveland's woes over the past few seasons there are no gimmie games to be had.

#6748 5 years ago

He has been and will be a hall of fame QB since he entered the NFL that's for damn sure!

#6750 5 years ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

Browns are nobody, a total Joke, They have 1 player that could be the best WR in the history of football, but he's pissing it all away.

Give these kids all that money out of college and they begin to think they're untouchable and can do as they please, like show me the money Manzeil. Shame you'd give up all that money and opportunity so easily isn't it.

#6752 5 years ago

That's true, Manziel really didn't have the talent to go anywhere in the NFL whereas Gordon could have a great career and may if he wakes up over his little vacation.

#6756 5 years ago

Gordon is gone for the season I think. Should he test positive again before his vacation is over his career will be over or so says the powers that be.

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#6758 5 years ago

Question of the season: With all the players being suspended for drug policy violations, will the first 5 games of the season in reality amount to more than a prolonged preseason?

1 week later
#6801 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

Dalton is a top ten QB in the reg season. Playoffs, not so much.

Marvin Lewis is Dalton's problem. Like someone said, worst coaching staff in the league...he cost us the playoff game last year with his *#cking bullshit calls.

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#6841 5 years ago

Gordon won't last the season.....shame too, the guy has real talent but, obviously not enough brain to take advantage of it.

#6844 5 years ago
Quoted from Jaybird815:

Don't get me wrong the guys an idiot, but it is just weed. I read that the NFL will be really softening their position on weed suspensions.

I agree with you, it's hardly worth the time, but you'd think he'd ease up to get through his testing. My understanding is that the players are given in excess of thirty days notice of pending test dates.

#6854 5 years ago

Bengals started training camp today! Who Dey!!

#6857 5 years ago

Starting to have doubts about Tyler Eifert........ (career length) great TE but he's been very injury prone and the position is played a lot inside the LB's, you must be durable.

I see another 12 win season and another year atop the AFC North!

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#6867 5 years ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

Bengals say they are finished 'being stupid'
Cincinnati coaches are using camp to test players on not losing their cool so a repeat of the Pittsburgh playoff debacle won’t happen. "
This time they mean it!

Guess that means they are going to dump Marvin then as he's the dumbass that cost us the game.

#6883 5 years ago
Quoted from str8cash:

There's a reason they're called the bungles and haven't made the playoffs since 1990. There's a whole generation of kids who only know them as losers with ugly uniforms

Congratulations you have just made the most ignorant statement in the history of this thread. You either, as Chuck pointed out, do not watch football or the football you do watch is called soccer here in the USA..... Truly stupid my friend, you should refrain from any comments concerning NFL teams. Cincinnati is one of the top NFL organizations in the league. Have you ever seen the Bengals stadium, workout facilities....I think not they are simply put, state of the art and definitely one of the best the league has to offer. Stick with soccer you won't come out looking so stupid that way.

#6885 5 years ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

Maybe he was thinking of the Browns?

No he just wasn't thinking......

#6886 5 years ago
Quoted from str8cash:

What, truth hurts? Cheapest organization in the nfl. Only team not to have a practice facility. Have a hard time luring free agents because no one wants to play for a cheapass owner like Brown. Besides the recent run with Dalton and the one year with Palmer when he had his knee blown out they're not even relevant the past 2 decades. Go Steelers! Poke, poke

I have no animosity towards the Steelers, in fact they harbor my deepest respect. They make the Bengals a better team and I'd like to think the reverse is true as well. We play in what I'm sure most will agree, is one of the toughest divisions within the NFL, (IMHO the toughest), but one thing is certain when we meet it is an all-out war where both sides know they best bring their A-game.... and a bottle of pain relievers for the aftermath.

#6893 5 years ago

It is true I have no love for Marvin Lewis, I will agree he did change the culture in Cincy but, I also think he just got in during a time when as Chuck stated, Mike Brown was turning over control and the Bengals had and have an ass-lode of talent. That being said I think it ha always been the talent that brought Lewis this far and it's glaringly obvious each and every time he has to make a game deciding decision.......He can't, and teams like the Steelers know it......stay close and Lewis will most certainly make a bad call. I've heard all the arguments about how they couldn't go for the field goal, but the truth is they should have, and even if they did miss the try they would've been in no worse shape than they were by just giving the ball over on downs..... Take your shot and don't place your players in a position where they feel the need to make a game-changing play every snap and you won't have the penalties..... Marvin should go, what the Bengals IMHO need is a throw-back style coach like Ditka or better yet Forest Greg, kick ass and worry about who it was when the game is over!

#6903 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

You get the rings you get the hall

That's so very true. A quarterback can be pretty damn good and not go to the hall only because he doesn't have the ring. Ken Anderson has better stats than atleast a third of the quarterbacks in the hall and he will not get in. I will say this on Aikman, I think he was better than your average QB but not an elite either. Aikman enjoyed the best running game in the league which opened the field up for him.

#6905 5 years ago

Thought the Bengals starters looked pretty good, especially Geno Atkins against the Vikings starters. Wanted to see more of the rookie TE and Wide receivers but it's pre-season so you never know what may take place.

#6907 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

If Geno and Dunlap stay healthy all season, they are going to be a nightmare for everyone

Pass rush looked good. I know it's only preseason and the first game at that but they simply dominated the Vikes offensive line. Hope it continues and some of these rookies work out for us. How do you feel about Hunt? I think he's not going to be a Bengal past this year if he doesn't dramatically step up his game. Three years now for him so he should be ready to answer the call.

#6935 5 years ago

I thought someone said CF was back?????

#6941 5 years ago
Quoted from timtim:

I bet the bangles will loose in the playoffs

You better watch the TV then cause a Browns fan that's as close as you can hope to come to the playoffs.

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#6966 5 years ago

The Bengals starting offense looked very good and so did the D. The back-up seems to be another ball of wax altogether, they did not look good. I'm wondering if the Bengals have lost so much of their depth that it will hurt them this year.

#6994 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

Vikings should just trade their next few first rounders for Maccaron

Not going anywhere, atleast not until his present contract runs out.

#7001 5 years ago

This game will be risky, I hope Marvin keeps the starters out. Tough opener for Cincy, the (Jets) we will need everyone healthy.

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#7113 5 years ago

Wow, I can't say the Bengals "D" played all that well but, we came away with a very tough win! Dalton did very well while under considerable pressure the entire game.

#7116 5 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

The bengals O line needs serious improvement or else it's gonna be a long season. Bodine was absolutely horrible. Great teams win ugly, so I'll take it jets are a damn good team.
Defense needs to get better pressure or the better QBs are gonna kill them

Not sure what happened to an O-line that is normally very dependable. Hoping it was just the hype in combination with it being the first game of the season.

#7144 5 years ago

I agree that pitts O-line is pretty good but it looked to me that teams can run on their D-line.

#7170 5 years ago
Quoted from timtim:

I actually called that the day we got him (getting injured first game) and couldn't agree with you more
I have predicted our record right on the last 4 years though. This one is hard, I expect no wins, but I think it will be 2-14 this year.

The best thing to happen for Cleveland in years is your coach. He will change things if given the opportunity by Haslett.

#7201 5 years ago

AFC North Prediction

AFC North (resized).png

#7207 5 years ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

Hows that working out for ya?

Had our asses handed to us I agree. We were outplayed in every phase of the game. I do take exception to the last fumble call. We have serious problems with our O-line that must be addressed now. I have not been happy with our play to date.

#7264 5 years ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

Oh And the Colts before Mannning left...man i tell you I don;t know what Andrew luck is. Sometimes he;s everything they say he is, other times he just looks completely horrible like manziel level. The O-line can't be THAT bad?

I think all the punishment Luck has taken since taking over for Peyton is catching up to him. He's been beat to hell and back (like Peyton) and that will erode your confidence and your skills.

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#7342 4 years ago

Pats getting their asses handed to them!

#7389 4 years ago

I watch the Bengals game on TV and listen to it on the radio. There is a lag but I like announcers better.

#7393 4 years ago

The lag time differs from game to game for reasons unknown to me but, yeah it can at times be trying.

#7395 4 years ago


No Eifert AGAIN! I think that after he heals up from this latest hiccup if he doesn't play the rest of the season injury free the Bengals should consider trading him while he has value. Doesn't mean shit how good you are if your not on the field you are of no use to the team. Since we drafted him in 2013 he's played in the neighborhood of 14 games out of 47 or 48. That's pathetic. I really like him and he truly is in the top three TE's in the league but damn you have to play or we are just wasting roster space. I'll shut up I just needed to vent a little.

#7397 4 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

Couldn't disagree more man. Haha. I definitely wish he was playing, but if he only gives them 5-6 games a year that means they will probably have 3-4 more wins because of it. He is worth his weight in gold.

I know he's an asset it just seems he's never available when we need him most.

#7400 4 years ago

Absolutely pathetic.

#7434 4 years ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

Yep. Jerry Jones says Romo is gonna be the starter then that's what happens. The coach can at least be happy he didn't have to make the wrong decision because it wasn't his decision

Jerry Jones not only will put Romo in, he's just stubborn enough not to go back to the rookie should Romo not do well. He'd have to admit he was wrong and considering how he's championed their pathetic coach in Dallas, it's not likely.

#7438 4 years ago

Marvin Lewis walked out of an interview when it was suggested he should resign.........best idea I've heard in years!

#7468 4 years ago

The Bengals lost today but I have to say that was one of the worst officiated games I've ever seen. NFL needs to start fining or suspending refs for atrocities like today.

#7489 4 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

Nothin that I saw was called poorly

You better look again they had a write-up on it on Nfl.com Simply put No. 90 Dunlap was held more in one quarter than most babies do in two years.

#7492 4 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

After they missed 47 holding calls in the Steelers game with no explanation I stopped worrying about it as nothing is going to change.

Hate to say it and damn sure don't like it but we may find it tough to get to 8/8 this year given the current level of play. Dalton and Green can't do it all, nor can Hill or Geo if the line doesn't improve drastically.

#7494 4 years ago

I hope your right!

3 weeks later
#7571 4 years ago

I've commented on the deplorable state of NFL refs before. The league desperately needs to address the issue but like anything else they care only about profit, so unless it begins to affect ticket sales or TV viewing nothing will be done. I think some system of fines and or refs being suspended without pay for a nominal amount of games may go along way towards better calls being made. Please don't give me the dribble about replay correcting most calls......replay for the most part is laughable. I can't count how many obvious bad calls have been upheld by replay officials only to become part of the weeks greatest headlines or a segment on "Come On Man".

#7587 4 years ago
Quoted from Ronnie1114:

Another week, another BS penalty called on Richard Sherman

Your lucky, if that had been Vontez Burfict in the press the last two weeks the sports casters would have branded him a dirty player.

1 week later
#7636 4 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

That officiating blew chunks. I've never seen such blatant miscalls, even with the replay. If they had let the Texans win, there would have been a riot. Raiders have found their new home

The shit-calls have been going on since the start of the season. I know there have been, and will always be miss-calls as most are made in a bang, bang situation but damn this season has been the worst! I'm serious when I say there have been games I've been watching where I wondered what game the ref's were watching with all the missed or plain wrong calls being made. NFL has to get the replay crap cleared up as well.......many replay calls are as bad as the original!

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#8101 4 years ago

San Fran giving kaepernick an award??? WTF? What he needs is a kick in his ass as he's booted from the NFL!

#8156 4 years ago

Pacman may have just "packed" his bag in Cincinnati.

#8158 4 years ago

Mike Brown believes in giving anyone a chance but Pacman will be let go this off-season.

#8184 4 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

Quoted from RWH:Mike Brown believes in giving anyone a chance but Pacman will be let go this off-season.
I'll take that bet. 40 quarters?

I'd have to be an idiot to take a bet with Marvin being in Mike's ear; however, he'll be on the last year of his contract I think, so it would be the perfect time to part ways. Don't misunderstand me, I like Pacman and feel he has done a great job in Cincy. Hell I defended him last season when everyone hung our loss on him and Burfict. Hell, Marvin capitalized on that and let him take the heat (for his bad decision) so he owes Pacman.

#8318 4 years ago

The Steelers are dirt bags, but that being said I still wouldn't want them to be anywhere but the AFC North. As a life-long Bengals fan they make us better.

#8325 4 years ago
Quoted from SteveO:

The Jags hired Doug Marrone (yawn) as head coach and brought back Coughlin as VP. I guess winning one game as interim coach and choking in another game was good enough to hire him. We'll see if he quits like he did in Buffalo.

Gonna be a lot of long seasons ahead for the jags with Marrone at the helm.

#8344 4 years ago

The stadium the Chargers are going to play in is an MLS one and only holds 30,000, not much for an NFL team.

#8358 4 years ago

Anyone surprised they dropped the felony charges on Joey Porter. He now has two minor misdemeanors, appears the parties involved suddenly no longer wish to move forward with prosecution. Big Ben must have whispered a lawyers name in his ear that deals.........

#8361 4 years ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

Quoted from RWH:Big Ben must have whispered a lawyers name in his ear that deals.........
It's called money dummy.

Thought I made that abundantly clear with my remark but, it appears to have escaped you none the less........

#8367 4 years ago
Quoted from Asael:

14.1. today is my birthday, it would be such a great birthday gift if the seahawks would win today!

Happy Birthday Asael. Don't think your b-day wish is gonna happen tho!

#8377 4 years ago

Hope todays games are better than yesterdays snoozers.

#8386 4 years ago

Next unanswered points by GB enough to bring Romo in????? I say yes. Will FG save him? probably

#8466 4 years ago

Wow, front page now eh.......temporary parole from the basement?

#8490 4 years ago

Whysnow wanted to see Farve's Dip stick collection not dick pic collection.

#8526 4 years ago

Pitt has zero chance of beating Pats

#8527 4 years ago
Quoted from Blitzburgh99:

That guy wasn't a Steelers fan. We are too classy to say something like that. Guy is probably just anti-patriots and would have said the same thing ending in "go Chiefs" if Steelers didn't win

The ONLY thing that has been or will ever be considered classy about Pitt is their late owner, may he rest in peace. The rest including the coach are asswipes and or rapist.

#8542 4 years ago
Quoted from Ronnie1114:

Green Bay looks terrible... Or the Falcons are just a lot better then everybody thought.

Packers are worse than everyone thought is more like it.

#8544 4 years ago
Quoted from dhard:

Atl vs??? In super bowl sorry cheeseheads


#8550 4 years ago
Quoted from RobT:

Terrible play call

Wonderful call and even better results!!! Update.......Touchdown! love it, bye bye Big Ben.

#8553 4 years ago

Hate to say this but, that call reminds of the dumbass calls Marvin Lewis makes.

#8565 4 years ago

Sweet game so far. Nice fumble, looks like "the killer bees" are being exterminated!

#8567 4 years ago

I hate both teams but, hate Steelers worse. I'll be cheering on Atlanta in the SB.

#8569 4 years ago

Epic asswhipping is all I can say. Might end up being the worst ass kicking in playoff history at this pace.

#8573 4 years ago
Quoted from Mfsrc791:

Wow. As much as i like the patriots and are happy they are winning, its alot more fun when the games are closer and i have to drink a few beers to calm my nerves

Just gives you the chance to drink a few to calm the Steelers nerves.

#8575 4 years ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

Well guys it pains me to say this, especially to the Cincy boys, but it's officaly time for me to spend time with my family.

Have a good one my friend.

#8577 4 years ago

Looks awesome, when should we show up?

#8586 4 years ago

Atlanta's defense sure didn't look to be the 25th rank D in the league did it. I honestly believe they have a very good chance of winning this thing.

#8605 4 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

Quoted from RWH:Mike Brown believes in giving anyone a chance but Pacman will be let go this off-season.
I'll take that bet. 40 quarters?

Just released the video of Pacman's arrest, talk about being a total asswipe..... He's more than just an embarrassment to Cincy and I have to believe that even though Mike Brown believes in giving players a second chance, Pacman will be gone. The NFL is going to suspend him for a large part of the season; I'm thinking 5+ games atleast.

#8607 4 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

I'll bet you 40 quarters he gets released.

Are saying he'll be released from the Bengals? I said that when he first got arrested, and again in the post above. If you are saying he'll be released from charges filed I don't think so.....Mayor Cranley and a few others in judicial positions with the city have stated he's a cancer for Cincinnati as a whole, City and the Bengals as a sports franchise. Cincy has spent a lot of time and money to improve their image and Mike Brown I think will not allow one player to undo what has been accomplished thus far.

#8609 4 years ago

No I've always thought he'd be released and suspended from the start, and to be honest Chuck it's a damn shame because he has played well since coming to cincy. Just can't understand why these players think they're above the law or any other institution us normal folks follow on a daily basis.

#8620 4 years ago

I understand the concussion protocol and think it's a good deal for players. I just wish they'd do away with or modify the "to close to call or change call" crap during reviews. There are more than a few times it ends up wrong but because it's not glaringly obvious they are hesitant to make the call.

#8642 4 years ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

The only way to reduce concussions significantly would be to get rid of hard helmets. I'd be for that. Return football to it's roots.

The days of leather helmets where the average linebacker weight was somewhere around a buck fifty are gone. The athletes today would be literally committing suicide if they went back to leather. These guys are averaging 6'3"-6'9", 350-380 front lines, 250-280 for the average linebacker and move like 200 pounders but, you are correct, we'd have less concussions and more out right deaths on field!

#8644 4 years ago

Pro bowl needs to just go away. The NFL has made such a mess of this once meaningful event it's a tragedy.

#8648 4 years ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

I just imagine football without helmets would be like rugby. You don't hear about many deaths in rugby.

Rugby players are much, much smaller than the average NFL player.

#8651 4 years ago

3.5 seems to be the consensus now. Personally I think the dirty birds have an even chance of winning this thing.

#8653 4 years ago

Pro Bowl has went from something a player could be proud of and a vehicle to showcase their talents, to being just a dog and pony show....no substance. That's just my view, I'm sure others think differently.

#8668 4 years ago

Shame so many are incapable of separating their personal feelings long enough to really look at the merits and vote accordingly. I personally have no love for Owens but, his stat's on the field speak for themselves; he should be in the Hall.

#8673 4 years ago

Plain ole aasssswhippin !

#8677 4 years ago