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  1. Here is a sign

    yes???
  2. big names gaining ground

    I must be the only one on here that DOES support Carson. He's on his way to becoming a good if not great QB in the NFL. I absolutely dispise Drunkowski and his dumbassed playcalling though. Change a couple of those plays and Palmer could be rookie of the year. Stop trying to be a martyr. I support Palmer, a ton of people on here do. I was simply pointing out Peyton's stats to remind people with unrealistic expectations that Palmer's place in the learning curve is where it needs to be. martyr??? Please. It was exaggeration via sarcasm. I thought my post was dripping wet with it.
  3. Here is a sign

    How much more do you want them to run the ball, Conan? They ran it 32 times yesterday. That's the 8th-most rushing plays among the 30 teams that have played so far in week 12. I know you loathe Brat, man, but you're reaching this week... Am I??? All I'm saying is that if the Bungles would have tried to control the clock a little more--say run the ball 5-10 more times, then the score wouldn't have been such a nailbiter. I say if the Bungles ran the ball 5-10 times more--then the score would have probably been Bungles 48, Turds 21. That would have been true with alot of incompletions. But Palmer completed 66% of his passes. The clock kept ticking. 3rd Quarter Cleveland Browns at 13:34 P.Dawson kicks 68 yards from CLV 30 to CIN 2. C.Russell to CIN 28 for 26 yards (M.Jameson). Cincinnati Bengals at 13:29 1-10-CIN28 (13:29) R.Johnson right tackle to CIN 44 for 16 yards (O.Roye). 1-10-CIN44 (12:54) R.Johnson right guard to CIN 47 for 3 yards (C.Crocker). 2-7-CIN47 (12:15) C.Palmer pass to T.Houshmandzadeh for 53 yards, TOUCHDOWN. S.Graham extra point is GOOD, Center-B.St. Louis, Holder-K.Larson. CLE 20 CIN 34, Plays: 3 Yards: 72 Possession: 1:29. Cincinnati Bengals at 08:28 1-10-CIN42 (8:28) R.Johnson left end to CIN 46 for 4 yards (W.Holdman). Andra Davis (CLV#54) injured on the play, came off the field with assistance. 2-6-CIN46 (7:53) C.Palmer pass to C.Johnson to CIN 49 for 3 yards (A.Henry). 3-3-CIN49 (7:17) (Shotgun) K.Watson left end to CLV 36 for 15 yards (E.Little). 1-10-CLE36 (6:38) R.Johnson to CLV 36 for no gain. Lateral to C.Palmer. C.Palmer pass to T.Houshmandzadeh to CLV 16 for 20 yards (D.McCutcheon). 1-10-CLE16 (5:59) C.Palmer pass to C.Johnson to CLV 8 for 8 yards (A.Henry). 2-2-CLE8 (5:16) R.Johnson right guard to CLV 7 for 1 yard (A.McKinley). 3-1-CLE7 (4:39) R.Johnson right guard for 7 yards, TOUCHDOWN. (Kick formation) PENALTY on CLV-C.Crocker, Neutral Zone Infraction, 5 yards, enforced between downs. Cincinnati elected to take penalty on kickoff. S.Graham extra point is GOOD, Center-B.St. Louis, Holder-K.Larson. CLE 27 CIN 41, Plays: 7 Yards: 58 Possession: 4:01. Cincinnati Bengals at 03:33 1-10-CIN25 (3:33) C.Palmer pass incomplete to J.Johnson. 2-10-CIN25 (3:29) T.Houshmandzadeh left end to CIN 34 for 9 yards (B.Gardner). 3-1-CIN34 (2:48) R.Johnson left guard to CIN 39 for 5 yards (W.Holdman; E.Ekuban). 1-10-CIN39 (2:14) R.Johnson right tackle to CIN 46 for 7 yards (W.Holdman; R.Griffith). 2-3-CIN46 (1:33) C.Palmer pass to T.Houshmandzadeh to CIN 49 for 3 yards (D.McCutcheon). 1-10-CIN49 (:50) R.Johnson left guard to CLV 40 for 11 yards (G.Warren; C.Crocker). PENALTY on CLV-G.Warren, Face Mask (15 Yards), 15 yards, enforced at CLV 40. 1-10-CLE25 (:23) C.Palmer pass to K.Walter to CLV 19 for 6 yards (A.Henry). Fourth Quarter Cincinnati Bengals continued... 2-4-CLE19 (15:00) R.Johnson right end to CLV 18 for 1 yard (D.McCutcheon, C.Crocker). 3-3-CLE18 (14:23) C.Palmer pass incomplete to K.Washington. 4-3-CLE18 (14:19) S.Graham 36 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-B.St. Louis, Holder-K.Larson. CLE 34 CIN 44, Plays: 10 Yards: 57 Possession: 4:24. Cincinnati Bengals at 10:43 1-10-CIN11 (10:43) C.Palmer pass intended for C.Johnson INTERCEPTED by B.Gardner at CIN 31. B.Gardner pushed ob at CIN 1 for 30 yards (L.Jones). Pass was tipped and kicked up by C.Johnson (CIN#85) at the CIN 34 before being intercepted by B.Gardner (CLV#55). T.J.Houshmandzadeh (CIN#84) injured on the play, came off the field on own power. Cincinnati Bengals at 10:15 1-10-CIN40 (10:15) R.Johnson to CIN 37 for -3 yards (K.Lang). 2-13-CIN37 (9:42) C.Palmer pass to C.Johnson to CIN 46 for 9 yards (A.Henry). 3-4-CIN46 (9:01) C.Palmer pass to C.Johnson to CLV 43 for 11 yards (A.Henry). 1-10-CLE43 (8:24) C.Palmer pass to J.Johnson to CLV 41 for 2 yards (W.Holdman; M.Lehan). 2-8-CLE41 (7:49) R.Johnson right guard to CLV 35 for 6 yards (M.Lehan). 3-2-CLE35 (7:14) R.Johnson right end to CLV 7 for 28 yards (R.Griffith). 1-7-CLE7 (6:34) R.Johnson right guard for 7 yards, TOUCHDOWN. S.Graham extra point is GOOD, Center-B.St. Louis, Holder-K.Larson. CLE 48 CIN 51, Plays: 7 Yards: 60 Possession: 3:53. Cincinnati Bengals at 04:41 1-10-CIN31 (4:41) R.Johnson right tackle to CIN 30 for -1 yards (G.Warren; C.Thompson). 2-11-CIN30 (4:08) R.Johnson to CIN 27 for -3 yards (K.Lang). 3-14-CIN27 (3:27) (Shotgun) C.Palmer pass to K.Walter to CIN 33 for 6 yards (R.Griffith). 4-8-CIN33 (2:49) K.Larson punts 52 yards to CLV 15, Center-B.St. Louis. D.Northcutt to CLV 17 for 2 yards (L.Johnson). 1-10-CLE31 (1:52) (Shotgun) K.Holcomb pass intended for A.Shea INTERCEPTED by D.O'Neal at CLV 31. D.O'Neal for 31 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Cincinnati Bengals at 01:43 S.Graham extra point is GOOD, Center-B.St. Louis, Holder-K.Larson. Cincinnati Bengals at 00:12 1-10-CIN42 (:12) C.Palmer kneels to CIN 41 for -1 yards. http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/playbyplay/N...0041128_CLE@CIN Looks like Palmer only had 2 incompletions the 2nd half. We scored pretty fast every 2nd half possesion except 2. (had to punt) And had 1 INT.) The Bengals D just couldn`t stop the Clowns passing game was the main and only problem. And the Clowns couldn`t stop the Bengals PERIOD ! In other words Gonad. You`re bitchin over NOTHING. So STFU already. Dear Ole Wooler, First off, I thought you were AGAINST name-calling. Secondly, that dumbassed kind of playcalling is the reason why the Bungles are 5-6 instead of being 7-4. On second thought, NEVER-f**king-MIND. It's obvious that you're a long-lost relative of Mike Brown posing as a nitwit on various Bungles' Webboards. If anyone needs to STFU and sit down, that would be YOU, my homer friend. BTW, I think I contradicted myself as saying "you're a long-lost relative of Mike Brown posing as a nitwit". None of them "pose as nitwits". They already ARE nitwits!!! You're just a jerkoff of the 5th kind.
  4. Here is a sign

    Were you subject to another Titans game? *sigh* Yep...any idea how frustrating it was to watch the Bengals updates on the internet? ARGH!!! Especially THAT game. I was pulling my hair out... Hey, I would have much rather have watched the friggin Titans over the 69ers!!! They played a total s**t BOWL WITH THE DEAD FINS. God, that sucked. I almost hate being on the left coast as far as the NFL goes.
  5. big names gaining ground

    I must be the only one on here that DOES support Carson. He's on his way to becoming a good if not great QB in the NFL. I absolutely dispise Drunkowski and his dumbassed playcalling though. Change a couple of those plays and Palmer could be rookie of the year.
  6. MNeffed

    I've always wondered why the NFL doesn't switch games. Here out in Sunny Cali, I got the dubious disinction of watching the SF 69ers play the damned Miami DeadFish. My god. What a Toilet Bowl.
  7. Important Game

    With the schedule the Bungles have left, it's going to be tough, IMO. I say the Bungles still go 6-10 or 7-9. They definitely miss the playoffs and the Donkeys slide in by a horse hair.
  8. Here is a sign

    How much more do you want them to run the ball, Conan? They ran it 32 times yesterday. That's the 8th-most rushing plays among the 30 teams that have played so far in week 12. I know you loathe Brat, man, but you're reaching this week... Am I??? All I'm saying is that if the Bungles would have tried to control the clock a little more--say run the ball 5-10 more times, then the score wouldn't have been such a nailbiter. I say if the Bungles ran the ball 5-10 times more--then the score would have probably been Bungles 48, Turds 21.
  9. big names gaining ground

    I'll give Drunkowski this: If Palmer keeps on passing the ball, he's going to develop into a machine QB in the next couple of years. I still think that it's way stupid to keep passing the ball with an inexperienced QB in there--it leads to turnovers and it keeps our QB in last place for the AFC in the turnover column. If Drunkowski keeps it up, Palmer will surpass Marc Bulger's 22 INTs in his 1st year. That's just plain stupid. Mike Martz-like stupid. We'll see in the next 4 weeks.
  10. Here is a sign

    Bull Barb, the Steelers aren't balanced at all. The rush around 60%+ of the time. That's not balanced. If they get in a spot where the Rush isn't doing anything for them they are gonna be in a world of hurt cause they are gonna have to rely on a rookie QB to win the game for them. We've seen how leaving it in the hands of a young QB can hurt sometimes. Now I'm not saying it's a bad thing to run the ball that much. Hell I love it. But damn you have to play what's working, and yesterday everything was working... Kev, That's what I'm saying. The Squeeler AREN'T balanced at all. Hence, the 10-1 record. They do what they do best--RUN THAT BALL and keep their rookie QB from having all those turnovers like Palmer. That's why Brat needs to re-evaluate what he's doing. Run the ball more and keep Palmer from having all those turnovers. Kirk, I'm not duping anyone.
  11. Defense suddenly playing GREAT

    It means you get to whine about time of posession and continue to miss the point. But why should I be surprised? The bottom line is that if the offense does not directly hand 9 points to the Steelers (during which time Bettis was not even on the field) Bettis gets his 129 and we still win 14-10. Simple enough for ya? Probably not Yep--TOP. Which is one of the most important statistics in the game. Usually, the team that has controlled the clock, wins the game. So, since Cowher knows that the Bungles' Offense are going to go 3-and-out every other possession, he used the clock to kill the Bungles. Simply stated, the Squeelers DIDN'T NEED TO SCORE a whole bunch of points--all they needed was for the Puss to reel off 3 to 4 yard gains at a time. That's called grinding the football--which is a killer for passing attacks. Just ask Mike Martz about that.
  12. big names gaining ground

    Oh, that's good. And to someone not paying attention, this would be the case. What a horrible post. So, you like Bob Drunkowski's playcalling, Next????? Jesus. I'm just sitting here shaking my head @ the stupidity of some fans.
  13. I say Kitna in until 1 more loss.

    Yeah, sort of how you compared Palmer to Montana??? Now that's high comedy. I compared Palmer`s PERSONALITY to Montana. *hand you a clue* Moron. Isn't it funny how you STILL used the word compared??? @ Old Wooler.
  14. Hobson on Dillon Trade

    King, that was a great post. Very "non-partisan" and to the point. Nice job.
  15. Here is a sign

    NOPE!!! Wrong again!!! That's something I would NEVER bitch about. Especially when you have a 1st year QB that NEEDS that run support. The fact is--is that the NFL is a PASS-HAPPY society now, when in fact it's UNNECESSARY. Do you guys see the Squeelers having a "balanced attack"??? Here, these 2 terms should equal each other as far as nonsense goes: Balanced attack = parity
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