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Thread: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
    If the Bengals D was just average they'd be 10-1.
    Let's hope that D-Line in particular gets addressed big time this offseason.

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    Bengals are the Colts of the last three years....
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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    Rudi with a 14 yard TD run 38-24 Bengals!!!!

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    Quote Originally Posted by SunDeck
    Bengals are the Colts of the last three years....
    Bengals are the mid 60's Boston Patriots.

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    TD Steelers. This defense is pathetic.

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    The Bengals are in choke mode, ugh.
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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    Timely penalty at least, but I worry you are right R4L

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    the refs are doing a better job of holding the Steelers O back than the Bengals D is right now.

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    If the defense chokes this one up I'm gonna be physically ill.

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    Whew

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    Good job by the Bengals offense today, but that defense is a sieve of the highest order and showed it against a vanilla offense. If they can't figure out how to actually stop someone, it's going to be a short playoff appearance.
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    No choke there...way to hang on D!
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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    WHO-DEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD
    Good job by the Bengals offense today, but that defense is a sieve of the highest order and showed it against a vanilla offense. If they can't figure out how to actually stop someone, it's going to be a short playoff appearance.
    I totally agree Steel but I think for today I'm just gonna revel in this W. What a huge win.

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    Re: Game thread: Bengals and Steelers - part deux

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD
    Good job by the Bengals offense today, but that defense is a sieve of the highest order and showed it against a vanilla offense. If they can't figure out how to actually stop someone, it's going to be a short playoff appearance.
    Which is, in fact, better than NO playoffs. The Bengals need a dominate DT to really make that defense go. A guy who can penetrate and plug up the middle, occasionally getting pressure on the QB. The double teams alone, on a player like that, would free up the edge rushers.

    Looking at the teams that will make the playoffs this year in the AFC, the playoffs are going to be all offense.

    Indianapolis
    Denver
    Cincinnati
    New England
    Kansas City/San Diego/Pittsburh/Jacksonville

    I think the wild cards and the Patriots are going to be the teams to watch. If the Patriots get some players back on D, they could make a run. Injuries are the real question mark for New England and all of the potential wild cards. Can they get healthy enough

    I think Denver has the best shot to beat the Colts, but can Jake Plummer win the big one?

    The winter is going to be a little warmer this year.
    The Sox traded Bullfrog the only player they've got for Shottenhoffen. Four-eyes Shottenhoffen a utility infielder. They've got a whole team of utility infielders.


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