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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    They need a real GM and a scouting unit. They could afford it if Mike Brown would take down his salary from $2 million dollars to $1.5, which is what Rooney pays himself. Yeah, Mike Brown makes more than Rooney lol...
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    3 interceptions for Dalton. Doing his best Carson Palmer impression only without the touchdowns and 300 yards passing.

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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    They need a real GM and a scouting unit. They could afford it if Mike Brown would take down his salary from $2 million dollars to $1.5, which is what Rooney pays himself. Yeah, Mike Brown makes more than Rooney lol...
    We've done just fine drafting and signing FAs (have to realize how free agents wouldn't really want to come here anyway).

    We just lack talent and depth in the secondary, have a below average O-Line, and no real RB threat.

    When you're a 4-12 team you aren't going to fix everything in one offseason.

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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    Thought Foster stepped out of bounds there. Bengals can't challenge though.

    Edit: nope, stayed in bounds.

    Close the book on this season. Time for the draft.
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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Playadlc View Post
    How many times are you going to make this point? Goodness, learn to pick your spots better.
    I've never said that before.
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    Well that was kind of embarrassing.
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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Stray View Post
    We've done just fine drafting and signing FAs (have to realize how free agents wouldn't really want to come here anyway).

    We just lack talent and depth in the secondary, have a below average O-Line, and no real RB threat.

    When you're a 4-12 team you aren't going to fix everything in one offseason.
    Well I would say a GM and scouting would fix "a lack of talent," no?
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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    The defense hasn't been great, but a lotta blame goes on Dalton today as well. He had a really bad game. 1 terrible pick, several missed throws that could have changed the game, and taken some bad sacks.

    Such is life with a rookie in his first playoff game, if only had could lean on a run game like Yates.

    Oh well, suck it up and have a good draft. We have some solid pieces to build around for the future.

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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    Crocker proving why he never belonged on anything but a non playoff team....pathetic

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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    They need a real GM and a scouting unit. They could afford it if Mike Brown would take down his salary from $2 million dollars to $1.5, which is what Rooney pays himself. Yeah, Mike Brown makes more than Rooney lol...
    Disagree. But not the place for that debate, especially right now after Crocker just got dog walked all the way down the sideline. Time for some Skyrim before work. Can't wait 'til the draft.
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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

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    3 interceptions for Dalton. Doing his best Carson Palmer impression only without the touchdowns and 300 yards passing.
    He's bad one bad pass all day. The second pick was on fourth down and he was under heavy pressure.

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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

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    Well I would say a GM and scouting would fix "a lack of talent," no?
    What FA should we have signed? The one who turned down an equal offer to not sign here? The one who chose the 49ers in a draw because he didn't want to come here?

    Or should we have not drafted AJ Green in the 1st, or Dalton in the 2nd? Or Leon Hall shouldn't have torn his achilles? At some point you have to realize that when you're mainly able to build a team through the draft, it can't be done in one single offseason.

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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed27 View Post
    He's bad one bad pass all day. The second pick was on fourth down and he was under heavy pressure.
    You're correct, I'm just disgusted and frustrated.

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    Just don't forget that this season was a gift and this game is gravy.
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    Re: Bengals/Texans Playoff Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Stray View Post
    What FA should we have signed? The one who turned down an equal offer to not sign here? The one who chose the 49ers in a draw because he didn't want to come here?

    Or should we have not drafted AJ Green in the 1st, or Dalton in the 2nd? Or Leon Hall shouldn't have torn his achilles? At some point you have to realize that when you're mainly able to build a team through the draft, it can't be done in one single offseason.
    What does it tell you that he doesn't want to play here?

    This isn't a one year problem- this is past years' problems.

    They haven't one a playoff game in twenty years and you're just fine with the GM and one scout because of two good draft picks.
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