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    Re: Bengals v. Panthers

    Sacked!!!

    Game over.

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    Finished! 17-14 Win!
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    WHO FREAKIN' DEY
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    Steve Smith is my kind of player. You can tell he's the consummate competitive athlete. I don't understand those guys who can be cutting up with the opponent right after they lose.

    Whenever I'd play a sporting event, I could never stand to stay on the field or talk much to the opponent right after a game when my team lost.
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    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
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    SQUEALERS LOSE.

    Wahhhhh, poor Roethlisbooger
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    Calipari is not, nor has he ever been accused or "caught", cheating. He himself turned in one of his players (Camby) for dealing with an agent to get one Final Four overturned. The other is all on the NCAA and Rose. (IF Rose cheated.)
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    I just switched over to the Steelers game. They're trailing right now 38-31 with 6:00 left. Come on Falcons!

    BTW, where is Pittsburgh's D today?
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    Pittsburgh just tied the game. Is anybody playing D in the ATL today?
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    Big win for the Bengals today to get back on the right track. I thought overall the defense played pretty well and got the big play when they really needed it. Carson was on fire in the second half and it was sure nice to see.

    The 4th and 1 catch by Chad could be a moment we look back on come January.
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    You guys watching this Pittsburgh game? The end of regulation has been CRAZY.

    Overtime.
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    If the defense could play like this....against this offense....then they should be ok for the rest of the year. BUT seeing as they seem to fall flat when you least expect....who the heck knows.

    Now hopefully the OL with the same starters for another week....will be even better.


    The PITT-ATL is making me crazy.

    WHY bring Morten in.....when the other guy clearly has the better freaking leg over 50 yards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Cloninger View Post
    WHY bring Morten in.....when the other guy clearly has the better freaking leg over 50 yards?
    No kidding. Bad decision. Dude already showed he was good from 56.
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    The dude in Tampa today was good from 62.
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    So...if the zebras don't hand TB that game last week, our beloved Bengals are 5-1 and on top of the division.
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    Quote Originally Posted by max venable View Post
    So...if the zebras don't hand TB that game last week, our beloved Bengals are 5-1 and on top of the division.
    Officials?

    You mean like the guys who called a phantom Running Into the Kicker penalty on Pitt on the first Atlanta FG miss near the end of the game and then called a phantom False Start on Pitt so Atlanta could avoid having to see Pitt's own last-second Field Goal attempt in regulation?

    In any case, good win for the Bengals. Pittsburgh should be collectively embarrassed by how they handed away a game they were dominating today. And the worst part about it was that it followed Michael Vick's whine-fest on "Inside the NFL" about how he isn't appreciated. Amusing considering that he's possibly the most overrated NFL player ever and did a great job confirming that today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WilyMoROCKS View Post
    Steve Smith is my kind of player. You can tell he's the consummate competitive athlete. I don't understand those guys who can be cutting up with the opponent right after they lose.

    Whenever I'd play a sporting event, I could never stand to stay on the field or talk much to the opponent right after a game when my team lost.
    I can't believe how intimidated the Bengals secondary appeared when trying to tackle Smith today. Smith looked like a man amongst boys whenever he was slicing through the secondary.

    On a side note, Julius Peppers could end up being the best D-Lineman in NFL history. His skills are absolutely immense for somebody his size. It's a wonder the Bengals had any yards rushing today at all.
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