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kingwilly    121
2 hours ago, HoosierCat said:

God hates the Texans:

 

Yes, God does hate Texas. 

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ArmyBengal    232

No chance on Texas as a state. He gave them beautiful women who like to wear tight jeans with no pockets on the ass. You might call it heavenly as a matter of fact.

The Texans on the other hand are another story.

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COB    280
15 hours ago, HoosierCat said:

God hates the Texans:

 

Cushing was a notorious juicer in high school.  You read that right, HIGH SCHOOL.  Then he kept that reputation at USC, and now the NFL.  I've been hearing about him for years, like when he got recruited.  

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AMPHAR    135

Yeah it's unfortunate but juicing in Highschool doesn't shock me at all.   Even way back in the day, I wouldn't say it was common but you definitely had your doubts about a couple guys.

I went to a Div 1AA school and was shocked over the amount Roid use at that level.    A guy got busted for rape, then turned to cut a deal and it uncovered a massive drug ring involving several substances but the eye opener was all the nervous athletes (including women) because their Roid supply line just got disrupted.  Crazy. 

I think a similar circumstance is what led to the FBI getting on Pete Rose for baseball gambling.  One of his associates was about to go down for Roid dealing.

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HoosierCat    362

Apropos of nothing, "roid" is a funny word. Makes me laugh every time.

Well, that would be helpful.

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Good Andy or bad Andy? History says Good Andy (or decent) after a horrific performance.

A review of last week's game showed all 4 of his bonehead INT's were from a "clean pocket."  So stop blaming the o-line even though they suck, for Dalton's suck-a-tude. 

So he is the reason they win or lose when he's turning it over more often than not.

Don't turn it over and the defense can probably keep you in the game (even w/o Burfict against this offense), get a lucky big play or two and a couple of FG's and eek-out a stinker 17-13 or 14-10 or something like that.

If Howdy Doody goes into give-away mode, then as usual, they have no chance.

 

 

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3 hours ago, AMPHAR said:

Yeah it's unfortunate but juicing in Highschool doesn't shock me at all.   Even way back in the day, I wouldn't say it was common but you definitely had your doubts about a couple guys.

I went to a Div 1AA school and was shocked over the amount Roid use at that level.    A guy got busted for rape, then turned to cut a deal and it uncovered a massive drug ring involving several substances but the eye opener was all the nervous athletes (including women) because their Roid supply line just got disrupted.  Crazy. 

I think a similar circumstance is what led to the FBI getting on Pete Rose for baseball gambling.  One of his associates was about to go down for Roid dealing.

Did the same (played college ball) and was surprised at the amount of HGH and shady stuff teammates were injecting in their dorms - meeting "doctors" in strange places and some of them ending-up with liver and kidney damage in their late teens and early 20's.

Turned me off from playing in college completely - you can have that meathead lifestyle and ruin your body and sexual function over Div II & III sports no one cares about.  At least high school ball was a blast.  

I'm all-natural baby!

 

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TJJackson    108

"A review of last week's game showed all 4 of his bonehead INT's were from a "clean pocket." So stop blaming the o-line even though they suck, for Dalton's suck-a-tude. "

Uhm, no, this is still on the OL

When Andy (any qb at any level, really) knows he is likely going to be hammered on every play, it affects every play.

Even those rare plays where - lo and behold - Oogie and Jeffro somehow manage to earn a tiny bit of the pay that they should by all rights be refunding back to the team every week.

We dont have a single starter on this OL. We have a collection of guys who'd be 2nd or 3rd stringers on other (better) teams who happen to be starting because we failed to draft and/or develop and/or sign any OLs of starter quality.

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On 9/10/2017 at 7:04 PM, COB said:

I'm going to bet the under, I don't even care what the number is.

We have a winner.

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On 9/12/2017 at 4:34 PM, AMPHAR said:

I'm not down with AJ over Dalton.   Dalton would have to go multiple games like Sunday for that to happen, imo

That quota has been reached wouldn't you admit?

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AMPHAR    135
5 hours ago, BengalszoneBilly said:

That quota has been reached wouldn't you admit?

Yeah.   Andy is off and pressing.  He can't function.   Even when there is no pressure he thinks there is. 

He had a ton of bad throws tonight 

Time to see what AJ can do. 

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volcom69    175

If they value AJ as a starter then yes it's soon time to see what he can do, if not then they need to start scouting rookie QBs.

We have seen all we are going to see from Dalton, maybe he would be more with Hue as his coach, but not a Super Bowl QB. 

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HoosierCat    362

AJ isn't going to help as long as we have an OC who looks at a team with Eifert and Green and thinks, "I know! Let's feature Alex Erickson!"

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AMPHAR    135
On ‎9‎/‎13‎/‎2017 at 10:37 AM, AMPHAR said:

Watched the all-22 Houston vs. Jax and last year Bengals vs. Houston

1.  Houston is not disciplined in the run game.   Always trying for the Tackle for Loss and they take themselves out of the play.   They often stand up Clowney  on the edge and he doesn't look comfortable.

2.  Must trap the ends.  

3. Shotgun Read/Option Play Action looks

4. Gio should be your main back running and throwing - Burkhead had some nice gains last year.   Need a back to be decisive and hit the hole.

5.  Need to target Gio and Eifert off quick releases into the flat because their backers aren't fast to the sidelines

6.  Wheel routes with RBs will be big too.  

Didn't see a whole lot from last night that reminded me of what Jax did to have success and roll up 27 points. 

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volcom69    175
1 hour ago, HoosierCat said:

AJ isn't going to help as long as we have an OC who looks at a team with Eifert and Green and thinks, "I know! Let's feature Alex Erickson!"

So true

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