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    Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    I'm feeling pretty about the Bengals for this weekend's game. I believe they'll win and start hitting their stride on offense. I'm hoping this week will show us they can take it to another level.
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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    You're feeling pretty about the Bengals?

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    As a Panthers fan, I can tell you I have full confidence in predicting a Bengals win.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Yet another replacement quarterback facing the Bengals, and they have not had much success rookies and replacements in the past. The list includes Eric Zeire, Bruce Gradkowski (twice, once in Tampa Bay and again in Oakland), Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco, Derek Anderson, Kyle Orton, Mark Sanchez (twice last season), Kyle Boller, all of whom beat the Bengals as either rookies or first-time replacements.

    Last I checked, the spread was only three points, and as a Bengals fan, I never lose confidence in their ability to disappoint. I'm taking nothing for granted in this game.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Quote Originally Posted by macro View Post
    Yet another replacement quarterback facing the Bengals, and they have not had much success rookies and replacements in the past. The list includes Eric Zeire, Bruce Gradkowski (twice, once in Tampa Bay and again in Oakland), Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco, Derek Anderson, Kyle Orton, Mark Sanchez (twice last season), Kyle Boller, all of whom beat the Bengals as either rookies or first-time replacements.
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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Quote Originally Posted by macro View Post
    Yet another replacement quarterback facing the Bengals, and they have not had much success rookies and replacements in the past. The list includes Eric Zeire, Bruce Gradkowski (twice, once in Tampa Bay and again in Oakland), Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco, Derek Anderson, Kyle Orton, Mark Sanchez (twice last season), Kyle Boller, all of whom beat the Bengals as either rookies or first-time replacements.

    Last I checked, the spread was only three points, and as a Bengals fan, I never lose confidence in their ability to disappoint. I'm taking nothing for granted in this game.
    IMO, take nothing for granted on any team in the NFL. For that matter, any sport. Anything can happen. They just have to stay focused and not shoot themselves in the foot. They MUST shut down DeAngelo & Stewart. Let the rookie try and beat you.
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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Quote Originally Posted by macro View Post
    Yet another replacement quarterback facing the Bengals, and they have not had much success rookies and replacements in the past. The list includes Eric Zeire, Bruce Gradkowski (twice, once in Tampa Bay and again in Oakland), Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco, Derek Anderson, Kyle Orton, Mark Sanchez (twice last season), Kyle Boller, all of whom beat the Bengals as either rookies or first-time replacements.

    Last I checked, the spread was only three points, and as a Bengals fan, I never lose confidence in their ability to disappoint. I'm taking nothing for granted in this game.
    Point taken, but the Bengals beat the Bears Orton's rookie year in 2005 (he had five INT's to boot).

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Quote Originally Posted by Reds Freak View Post
    Brett Favre?
    How could I forget Favre in 1992? IIRC, rookie coach David Shula took his Bengals to Green Bay with a 2-0 record, and with Packers' starting QB Dan Majkowski out and a replacement QB in, things looked good for the Bengals to go 3-0. They had a big lead, too, but then the replacement led the Packers to a come from behind win.

    The Bengals finished that season 5-11.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boss-Hog View Post
    Point taken, but the Bengals beat the Bears Orton's rookie year in 2005 (he had five INT's to boot).
    I stand corrected. That was the season of the 4-0 start. I don't know who I was thinking about.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Quote Originally Posted by macro View Post
    Yet another replacement quarterback facing the Bengals, and they have not had much success rookies and replacements in the past. The list includes Eric Zeire, Bruce Gradkowski (twice, once in Tampa Bay and again in Oakland), Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco, Derek Anderson, Kyle Orton, Mark Sanchez (twice last season), Kyle Boller, all of whom beat the Bengals as either rookies or first-time replacements.

    Last I checked, the spread was only three points, and as a Bengals fan, I never lose confidence in their ability to disappoint. I'm taking nothing for granted in this game.
    Thank goodness the guys on the field aren't the same as the ones you are referring to.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    The Panthers have, quite possibly, the best uniforms in NFL. The Bengals are up there though.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Quote Originally Posted by Redsfan320 View Post
    The Panthers have, quite possibly, the best uniforms in NFL. The Bengals are up there though.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    This is a must-win for the Bengals. Facing a team with a rookie QB making his first start, and a team with only 1 legit receiving threat, there are no excuses for a playoff caliber team to lose this Sunday.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Judging by the names on the rookie QB list to beat the Bengals the majority of those Bengals teams were pretty bad.
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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Carolina isn't a very intimidating place to play.

    There are a lot of transplant Ohioans down there, and the fans are beaten down by losing. Therefore, it will be one of our easier away games, and I think we will come away with the win.


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