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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Why in the world would Palmer even make that throw? You have got to be kidding me.
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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Roland gets a penalty which forces them to use a timeout and then they can't spike the ball because Roland isn't ready.

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    That end of the half gaffe is on Carson too.He can't throw it there and if he does he has to get everyone up. If he cant then he has to drop back and throw it. Terrible, terrible first half for Carson

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    The problem with Carson is that the fools running this team decided no competent backup was needed, so they just signed his brother on the cheap and no matter how badly Carson plays, he has no competition

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Quote Originally Posted by UKFlounder View Post
    The problem with Carson is that the fools running this team decided no competent backup was needed, so they just signed his brother on the cheap and no matter how badly Carson plays, he has no competition
    They pay Manning money for Delhomme production.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Ray View Post
    That end of the half gaffe is on Carson too.He can't throw it there and if he does he has to get everyone up. If he cant then he has to drop back and throw it. Terrible, terrible first half for Carson
    They could have still spiked the ball if Roland wasn't leaving the field.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Luckiest 10-0 lead I may have ever seen. Should've been more more, obviously, but Carolina has played horrendously. How many dropped INT's do they have BTW? 4, 5, 6?

    Palmer officially stinks. There's no way any Bengals fan can have faith in him. He really is terrible now. It's sad.

    And why do the Bengals keep throwing deep when it's obvious Palmer has 0 control today?
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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Quote Originally Posted by CTA513 View Post
    Roland gets a penalty which forces them to use a timeout and then they can't spike the ball because Roland isn't ready.
    What the heck was he doing? Oh my gosh I have never been so frustrated at a 10 point halftime lead in my life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Playadlc View Post
    What the heck was he doing? Oh my gosh I have never been so frustrated at a 10 point halftime lead in my life.
    I'm actually happy. Any other team they'd be down by 20+. That's how bad Carolina was in that half. Very, very, very lucky half by the Bengals.
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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Same story, different week.

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    Palmer's done. I thought he looked done all last season and really didn't buy into the 'no weapons' thing, but he's even regressed more than I thought he has. His passes are off-target and are being thrown into coverage. His hand-offs are as blatant as a hand-off could be. The second he snaps the ball, his arm is already fully extended and running towards the RB. The play before the end of the half was the epitome of the 90's Bengals. Palmer has to throw that in the endzone and Roland can't be daydreaming at the 15 yard line.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    Love the defense. Hate the offense.

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    Even when the Bengals are winning watching them is unpleasant.

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    Re: Week 3: Bengals at the Panthers

    By God, they're gonna give up a touchdown here. Oh boy.
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    Just pitiful. They are going to give this game away.


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