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ynnoj

Vick is an absolute stud. Honestly, that comeback was remarkable.

Your Falcons better not let my accumulator down wink.gif

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rajputwarrior

Vick is an absolute stud. Honestly, that comeback was remarkable.

Your Falcons better not let my accumulator down wink.gif

12-2 ;)

and the saints lost. thanks for first in the division saints!

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Matrix XII

The Eagles are for reals.

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rajputwarrior

i can't wait until we beat the saints next monday

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MikeFu84

I think after last night we can officially call Farve's career over.

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Matrix XII

Eli is like........... W....T.....F!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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bguy_1986

****ing Chargers. Norv has to go.

I do not understand the Bengals... at all. I didn't get to watch the game since it was blacked out, so I can't say much. Something still needs to happen as far as coaching. I'd like Marvin Lewis to stay, but some other changes need to be made. We have had trouble getting the best talent on the field. See the link below. Evan Mathis, Atkins, Dunlap all sat most of the year and are good players. I think these are the things like Marvin Lewis is fighting over with Mike Brown who I think is in charge or has somebody else in charge of all that.

http://www.whodeyrevolution.com/whodeyrevolution/2010/12/how-did-this-team-lose-10-games-in-a-row.html

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Mathachew

Wowza. That was a hard fought game by the Saints and Falcons. Glad we evened things out, but I still think the road to the Super Bowl goes through Atlanta. GG Falcons, see you in the playoffs.

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rajputwarrior

the spot of the ball challenge rule is ****ing stupid

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ynnoj

I do not understand the Bengals... at all. I didn't get to watch the game since it was blacked out, so I can't say much. Something still needs to happen as far as coaching. I'd like Marvin Lewis to stay, but some other changes need to be made. We have had trouble getting the best talent on the field. See the link below. Evan Mathis, Atkins, Dunlap all sat most of the year and are good players. I think these are the things like Marvin Lewis is fighting over with Mike Brown who I think is in charge or has somebody else in charge of all that.

http://www.whodeyrev...s-in-a-row.html

The ironic thing about Sunday's game was that you were missing both 85 and T.O. and arguably played better football.

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bguy_1986

The ironic thing about Sunday's game was that you were missing both 85 and T.O. and arguably played better football.

I know. It confuses me. Those two cannot cause that much of a problem. I really don't think teamates and coaches would allow it if it was the case. Somebody would have called these 2 out if they were the problem. I think it's the Offensive Coordinator like i've said all year. He doesn't know how to use two good WR to their advantages.

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Matrix XII

You don't think T.O. and Ochocinco pose problems?

That's the kind of thinking that has the Bengals where they are right now. They need players committed to winning, and sacrificing for their teammates. Do you think those 2 are prepared to do that? If you do, then just watch some tapes of Ocho on the Monday night game against Pittsburgh this season. That display of selfishness was disgusting, and I think that attitude can sum up their team in a nutshell.

I remember around week 6 or so Cedric Benson was on Sirius NFL Radio (which I listen to almost every day) and he sounded so upset over how the team was playing and it didn't sound like the locker room had a great culture around it. T.O. finally sounded off calling out management, what other players are doing that to their own teams?

Those are just 2 instances that we've either seen on TV or interviews of other players on the team. What would it be like if you were in that locker room? I'm sure there's plenty more going on in there to suffocate the team than we even know. Once they get rid of TO and Ocho next season (which I think they will) I would bet money that the Bengals will have a better record than this season. That would be without the 2 "Superstar" wide receivers.

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bguy_1986

You don't think T.O. and Ochocinco pose problems?

That's the kind of thinking that has the Bengals where they are right now. They need players committed to winning, and sacrificing for their teammates. Do you think those 2 are prepared to do that? If you do, then just watch some tapes of Ocho on the Monday night game against Pittsburgh this season. That display of selfishness was disgusting, and I think that attitude can sum up their team in a nutshell.

I remember around week 6 or so Cedric Benson was on Sirius NFL Radio (which I listen to almost every day) and he sounded so upset over how the team was playing and it didn't sound like the locker room had a great culture around it. T.O. finally sounded off calling out management, what other players are doing that to their own teams?

Those are just 2 instances that we've either seen on TV or interviews of other players on the team. What would it be like if you were in that locker room? I'm sure there's plenty more going on in there to suffocate the team than we even know. Once they get rid of TO and Ocho next season (which I think they will) I would bet money that the Bengals will have a better record than this season. That would be without the 2 "Superstar" wide receivers.

I think they pose very little of a problem... They cannot cause a team that talented to loose that many games by themselves...

What other team has lost consistantly for the last 20 years? Mike Brown is the fastest owner to reach 200 losses. Chad, Palmer and others hasn't shown any passion for this team. TO is the only one that has, and had a great year. We showed that we can win without those two, so I would be alright if we got rid of them but they aren't the problem. It's management and coaching. There are guys finally now starting on the line that should have been starting at the beginning of the season. We have a rookie DE that has like 8 sacks and has only started the last 5 games. Before that he didn't get a lot of playing time. We have another rookie DT that is creating pressure up the middle and he hasn't played that much. We have talent that wasn't on the field at the beginning of the season that should have been.

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devi59

Vikings ate Vick for breakfast, just my 2 cents for the week.

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madd-hatter

LETS GO PACKERS!

Rodgers for MVP!

Missed 2 games, 3rd in NFL QB rating, lost Ryan Grant and his biggest (maybe best) receiving option JerMichael Finley very early for the whole season. More YPG than Brady, career high in rushing yards (335) and completion percentage, 31 total TD's through the first 15 games.

Today, he is given his chance to pull his injury plagued team into the playoffs by taking on the div rivals Bears. Should be a very good game.

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rajputwarrior

LETS GO PACKERS!

Rodgers for MVP!

Missed 2 games, 3rd in NFL QB rating, lost Ryan Grant and his biggest (maybe best) receiving option JerMichael Finley very early for the whole season. More YPG than Brady, career high in rushing yards (335) and completion percentage, 31 total TD's through the first 15 games.

Today, he is given his chance to pull his injury plagued team into the playoffs by taking on the div rivals Bears. Should be a very good game.

you're so funny, you should keep posting to keep the entertainment value in this thread going.

called it, falcons take division and NFC!!!

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socialcharlotte

Well I think Farve can finally retire. Not missed in the last game, maybe he can announce he won't retire so this time he can actually do it

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bguy_1986

Thank god Marvin Lewis is back. Hopefully Mike Brown gave in to all of his demands! Or atleast control of the roster and coaches.

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ynnoj

Thank god Marvin Lewis is back. Hopefully Mike Brown gave in to all of his demands! Or atleast control of the roster and coaches.

Will be interesting to see what happens for sure. I'm surprised Coughlin and Del Rio still have jobs.

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Yorak

So the Steelers play the winner of Baltimore/Kansas City. I have not kept up with KC as closely in the past few weeks, but they look solid. I feel like Baltimore may have the edge over them, however. Either of those teams will be a tough competitor, but I believe since we have two weeks to heal our players, we should be coming at the competitor full force. Go Steelers!

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Matrix XII

I think they pose very little of a problem... They cannot cause a team that talented to loose that many games by themselves...

What other team has lost consistantly for the last 20 years? Mike Brown is the fastest owner to reach 200 losses. Chad, Palmer and others hasn't shown any passion for this team. TO is the only one that has, and had a great year. We showed that we can win without those two, so I would be alright if we got rid of them but they aren't the problem. It's management and coaching. There are guys finally now starting on the line that should have been starting at the beginning of the season. We have a rookie DE that has like 8 sacks and has only started the last 5 games. Before that he didn't get a lot of playing time. We have another rookie DT that is creating pressure up the middle and he hasn't played that much. We have talent that wasn't on the field at the beginning of the season that should have been.

Well, you have your coached locked up for a while now (Y)

lol

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bguy_1986

Well, you have your coached locked up for a while now (Y)

lol

and the news keeps getting better!

Lewis breaks the Bengals' eight-year record set by Paul Brown and his phone buddy, Wyche, with what is believed to be a two-year deal. And Brown declared at a late Tuesday afternoon news conference, "I think we?re going to have a better year next year, and it might get longer than that real fast.?

But it wasn't exactly a three-martini lunch a few hours earlier, when Lewis walked out of the day's second meeting just after noon without a deal. He wouldn't get into what the sticking points were with Brown, senior vice president Pete Brown, executive vice president Katie Blackburn and vice presidents Paul Brown and Troy Blackburn. Yet less than an hour after Brown's call a deal was signed and two hours later Lewis and Mike Brown were hinting at vague changes that indicated a coaching staff shakeup.

The key elements in the negotiations appeared to be potential coaching changes, the signing of assistants, and possible scheme changes with all options on the table to be discussed in the next few weeks, such as change in emphasis, reassignments or replacements. Lewis said he expects changes while Brown pointed out that Lewis has a deal as long as anyone on the staff.

http://www.bengals.com/news/article-1/Brown-Lewis-agree-to-find-a-way/74be3a0a-f551-4cf6-a863-465c4fe8474a

The same article also says they FINALLY plan to get an indoor practice facility (after the CBA crap...)

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