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    I don't think so. He didn't have complete control of the ball either.
    Yep. Ruling on the field would've stood. Then we could've heard about how all Marvin does is lose his challenges.

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    Pittsburgh's play calling when trying to wind the clock is awful.
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    Let's see if we want the ball back this time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD View Post
    Chatman just called a fair catch with no defensive players near him. And now an offsides penalty that gives Pitt a first down after what should have been a vanilla three-and-out. Wow.
    Why limit yourself to being bad at ONE phase of the game??
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    Another Palmer overthrow. This is the worst game I've ever seen him play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD View Post
    Another Palmer overthrow. This is the worst game I've ever seen him play.
    Yeah, I've been having a tough time deciding whether this or the 4 INT game against Arizona is worse. Both have been horrendous.

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    This is a game that was played in awful conditions, and Carson Palmer is eclipsing the 40 pass attempt mark because the offensive line combined with Rudi Johnson and his 2.4 yards per carry rate tonight were once again unable to establish a ground game.

    It's no wonder the Bengals have problems scoring points these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD View Post
    Another Palmer overthrow. This is the worst game I've ever seen him play.
    They were talking about the wind earlier. It seems like anything with some loft to it got overthrown. I can't help but think the wind has an effect on those passes. I noticed Roethlesburger started hitting receivers when he started throwing underneath. The Bengals' first drive was a lot of short passes, quick hits. The Bengals never seem to adjust to the conditions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Screwball View Post
    Yeah, I've been having a tough time deciding whether this or the 4 INT game against Arizona is worse. Both have been horrendous.
    I didn't see that game, but his 15-for-41 effort tonight has looked awful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUTLER REDSFAN View Post
    Well, I guess 8-8 looks pretty good right now..Seriously when are the Reds or Bengals ever going to start winning again...this $&%* has went on long enough

    I wish I could think that this team will have an 8-8 season, but I have a very strong feeling the losing is not over.

    I have a feeling the Browns will kick our butts - and do it at home, as well. St. Louis might be a win - pretty miserable team.
    Has any Cincy team ever won on the west coast...we go up in San Fran...not confident about that game, either.

    Then there is the Miami game. I am actually beginning to dread it. If the Dolphins are still winless, they could very well be playing their hearts out in that game.
    I do not see the Bengals having the kind of passion to overcome that kind of opponent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone792 View Post
    This is a game that was played in awful conditions, and Carson Palmer is eclipsing the 40 pass attempt mark because the offensive line combined with Rudi Johnson and his 2.4 yards per carry rate tonight were once again unable to establish a ground game.

    It's no wonder the Bengals have problems scoring points these days.
    Some of Rudi's poor rushes weren't entirely his fault. He might have had a second TD if Ghiachuc could have maintained his block a little longer. But Rudi still seems a step slow. His running plays take forever to develop. With Watson or Dorsey in, it seems like a different team.
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    Chad not exactly in the game.....
    Not this year...maybe a Wild Card

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    Palmer was terrible tonight, but when you run for less than 3 ypc, you can't blame the QB.
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    Re: Cincy at Pitt

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone792 View Post
    This is a game that was played in awful conditions, and Carson Palmer is eclipsing the 40 pass attempt mark because the offensive line combined with Rudi Johnson and his 2.4 yards per carry rate tonight were once again unable to establish a ground game.

    It's no wonder the Bengals have problems scoring points these days.
    That's a very good point. Pittsburgh does a great job of playing run defense, though.

    And now Chad Johnson catches a pass on fourth down and just backs himself out of bounds short of the stick. Is his head anywhere near the game?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yachtzee View Post
    Some of Rudi's poor rushes weren't entirely his fault. He might have had a second TD if Ghiachuc could have maintained his block a little longer. But Rudi still seems a step slow. His running plays take forever to develop. With Watson or Dorsey in, it seems like a different team.
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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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