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  1. AFC Championship Weekend: Bengals @ Chiefs

    Geesh Army! 'Caring' about what they say or don't say is pointless. You heard what Burrow said in the interview after they beat Baltimore the second time. Q: Did you hear what Martindale said about you? A: Yes, I did Q: Did it have any bearing on you putting up 525 yards of passing? A: Maybe Talking trash or negative things said about someone or a team NEVER benefits the person(s) saying it. It can only be used to fire up the other team. Re-read the post. I agree with you. I don't listen to them either. But, it would be a great tool for the Bengals to use to their advantage IF they DID say it!!
  2. AFC Championship Weekend: Bengals @ Chiefs

    I don't watch or listen to the talking heads on TV OR social media, but from the little bit I DO hear about them, is that MANY, not all, but many of them love to coddle, what I consider to be the top 3 smug QBs in the NFL, Brady, Rodgers, and Mahomes. I know they've never liked the Bengals and consider them a team NOT able to win the 'BIG GAME'! Here's some sensationalism that those talking heads love, that, as far as I know, correct me if I'm wrong, they haven't brought up yet, that would fit their narrative to a tee and would be another opportunity to disrespect the Bengals is this: "The Chiefs lost 5 games this year to the following teams: Browns, Ravens, Chargers, Bills, and Bengals. Out of those 5 losses they have only had the OPPORTUNITY to play 3 of those teams a second time. Out of those 3 teams they've gotten revenge on the Chargers and Bills. The third team left is the Bengals and I think the Chiefs are biting at the bit to not only BEAT them Sunday, but embarrass them, which I believe they will!" It's still early in the week so IF they HAVEN'T made this point, I bet they will, and IF they DO . . PUT THE ARTICLE UP IN THE BENGALS LOCKER ROOM ALONG WITH ALL THE OTHER BASHING!!
  3. AFC Championship Weekend: Bengals @ Chiefs

    Good. Not sure about concussion protocol but if he goes into again after just being released doesn't he have to sit out?
  4. AFC Championship Weekend: Bengals @ Chiefs

    Any word on Hendrickson?
  5. Divisional Weekend: Bengals @ Oilers

    Well, I gladly followed the virtual parade after the playoff win following the horses scooping it all up! I never thought I'd be that excited and pumped to shovel horse crap, but I'm true to my word. Let's talk milestones. They took care of #1 and #2 at the same time in the Chiefs game, securing a spot in the playoffs and winning the division. The took care of #3 overcoming the 31 year drought with a playoff win! The #4 challenge comes today, overcoming a 54 year franchise drought without a road game playoff victory. With the OL and DL banged up, and with the return of Henry I think if they can hit on all cylinders with the lineup they have, protect the ball, keep penalties to a minimum, they can outscore them like they did the Chiefs. IF that happens then #5 comes at them overcoming a 33 year drought since an AFC championship! At this point, I agree with Munoz. Munoz says IF they play on point, with good tackling, no stupid penalties, and ball protection, they can beat anybody! We'll see how it all plays out this afternoon. One game at a time.
  6. Week 13: Chargers @ Bengals

    To see this team to FINALLY get 'over the hump' and get an eventual Lombardi at PBS would be a long 53 year sigh of relief. There's probably not a lot of us ole timer fans still around, who not only STARTED with the franchise back in 1968, but was also a fan of the other Ohio team, being a born and raised a Dayton boy, when it was the ONLY NFL team IN Ohio. Lots of questions to be answered yet, as this thing plays out. I think the old days of relying strictly on the draft to build is in the past and probably the key thing MB may have done is the spending on FAs. I also think getting rid of the ole regime, who was still around during the Dalton era, with the exception of Huber and Clark Harris, was a good move as well! I agree with Hoosier that ALL of these last 6 games are playoff games! They seem to be in the right mindset, let's hope it continues!
  7. Week 12: Steelers @ Bengals

    This! We've been here before a few times in the last 30 years. If the Lombardi ever rests at PBS, let alone a playoff win, I'll be shoveling with a broom and pan at the end of the parade. Time will tell!
  8. Week 12: Steelers @ Bengals

    Him and his brother are great players but this is the reason I don't care for either one of them, and his brother talks too much. "When you win, say nothing. When you lose, say even less." PB
  9. Week 12: Steelers @ Bengals

    Did Watt get a flag for his tantrum with Burrow?
  10. Week 9: Browns @ Bengals

    How DO the other owners manage to put the right combo of coaches and players on the field at least for ONE season?
  11. Week 9: Browns @ Bengals

    Those games are just small pieces of the 30.5 year pie. You can paint with any brush you want and are entitled to your opinion. I truly 'hope' I'm wrong, and it DOES get turned around. IF/WHEN that day comes, with the same owner and GM, I'll gladly get in the back of the parade with my broom and pan and sweep up horse turds!
  12. Week 11: Bengals @ Raiders

    Injury-wise, not ability-wise, the Tyler Eifert of the defense.
  13. Week 10: Bengals @ Bye

    I don't believe in secular curses or superstitions, but if I DID, I'd say this franchise is snake bit.
  14. Week 9: Browns @ Bengals

    As a former Browns fan, when it was the only team in Ohio, and being a fan of Paul Brown back then, I think the Browns organization has embarrassed the Bengals, and to use a secular cliche, I bet Paul Brown is flipping in his grave! All the ridicule that was given the Cleveland Clowns, Stains etc, and as haphazard as the franchise has been as evidenced below, yet in all that ineptness, they still have found a way to get 2 more playoff wins than the Bengals in the last 30 years. So yeah, it's expect the worse and hope for the best! No, I'm not a bandwagon fan and will NOT become a Browns fan, but outside of the family selling the franchise I see nothing changing. Yes, I vent every year because I don't see how ALL the other owners have seemed to find a way to roll the dice and come up with the right coaches/player combo at least once! The Browns have had 3 owners, 9 GMs, 13 Head Coaches, 17 losing seasons in the last 20 years, 2 playoff wins in the last 30 years. The Bengals have had 1 owner, 1 GM, 6 Head Coaches, 11 losing seasons in the last 20 years, 0 playoff wins in the last 30 years. Quote Edit
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