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I'm with you; this costless performative Patriotism shit is a sickness. If they want to Support the Troops how about instead of riding a piece of shit midlife-crisis-mobile and drawing attention to themselves they, IDK, stop voting for people that go to war just to make their friends rich. Only a suggestion., I'm sure all our vets are deeply moved by some yahoos riding their motorscooters real loud, though. "Hey thanks for fighting wars for me so I can pull on a mustard-stained commemorative t-shirt and feel like The Last American Badass by proxy"
Yeh I'll be happy with another win, period. More interested in seeing what happens with Marv & Mini-Marv at this point.
By: Nathan Beighle| December 14, 2018 4:00 pm ET
The Cincinnati Bengals are a long shot to make the playoffs, but they have a shot. Week 15 could help or hurt them in that quest.
That said, there are a few huge matchups in Week 15 that Bengals’ fans need to keep their eye on. Obviously, the Bengals must beat the Raiders at home, and experts gave them an 80% chance to do so.
As for their division, the Browns take on the Broncos, the Stealers take on New England and the Ravens face the Bucs.
Only one thing MUST happen within their division.
The Patriots have beat the Stealers to keep the Bengals playoff chances alive. James Conner is still not practicing with the team following an injury which left him on the sidelines in their Week 14 loss to the lowly Raiders. Big Ben is back practicing though.
However, the Patriots with a near injury-free backfield will be a force on Sunday as long as they don’t give up another bonehead play like they did to lose their Week 14 matchup.
This game should be a shootout and starts at 4:25 ET.
The Ravens can beat the Bucs. If they do so, they’d have to lose their next two games, one against the Browns and one against the Chargers, two very solid opponents.
For the Browns, they must beat the Ravens in Week 17 and must lose to the Bengals in Week 16. If both of those happen, the Browns Week 15 matchup really doesn’t matter if they win or lose.
That said, have your eyes peeled on the Stealers and Patriots game. At least the drama which the Bengals can control will happen about three hours prior as they take on the Raiders at 1 pm ET.
Jeff Driskel at best is a backup. But still don't give up on the kid just yet. Nice guy it seems.
Nah, I was thinking of the division-winning miracle.
They have a better chance to make it as the division champ rather that 2nd Wild Card...so could host.
Even if it does, wouldn't it be road games all the way as the 6 seed?
Heading down to PBS for a last go at it for the year tomorrow. That is, of course, unless the miracle occurs.
Alfred Blue rushes for 179 on 30 carries for 3 TDs.
Mixon goes 79 on 9 carries for 1 TD, all in first half.
Bengals miraculously make playoffs.
Lose first round at Houston.
- Last week
that and the fact that he was sacked NINE times in his first ever NFL start...his goose was seriously cooked after that beat down.
If I had to interview today my list would be Richard, Campbell, Bieniemy, LaFleur and Carmicheal.
As I look of the list of potential coaching candidates the best I can imagine that we get is Hue Jackson, Vance Joseph, Jay Gruden or an outside candidate John Harbaugh. Not super exciting.
Browns Candidates are going to be very good
Ex-Dorsey/Chiefs guys-Mike McCarthy, Eric Beiniemy, Dave Toub=All very highly thought of
Mayfiend guy-Lincoln Riley
Ex HC's=McCarthy and Bruce Arians
Dunno, Dr Weston.
If the Squeels fall completely apart these last few games, probably definitely will with the two News,
and end up as a wild card and lose, that could be all she wrote for him.
If Ben retires or dies, they may want to start with a new coach and new quarterback.
I don't think he's as popular with the troglodyte fans as he once was.
"I'm comfortable" said Ogbuehi.
Well no shit, Cedric. You've stolen a huge wad of cash from Mike Brown's pocket and get to wear sweats on the sideline during games while doing so. I'd be comfortable too.
He'll be in the pro bowl next year with New England.
Did an update to the first thread.
Hue Jackson-Browns: Already Fired
Mike Mccarthy-Packers: Already Fired
Todd Bowles-Jets: Bowles was on the hot seat last year and made it through. The Jets are 4-9 this year and still seem like a mess. The roster is a mess so he might not be a bad coach.
Dirk Koetter-Bucs: The Bucs might move on from Jameis and it's the perfect time for a re-start. Koetter was on the hot seat last year and is likely to be gone this offseason.
Gregg Williams-Browns: The Browns might try to keep their OC but Williams is too mercurial to keep around and the new GM will want his own guy.
Adam Gase-Dolphins: 7-6 record this year and lots of injuries mean Gase probably gets a 4th year. However he is 23-22 over those 4 years.
Marvin Lewis-Bengals: Should be gone but this team does business very oddly. Need a replacement.
John Harbaugh-Ravens: The Ravens are 7-6 this year and 101-72 over his career. They may just want a change after 11 seasons.
Doug Marrone-Jaguars: He is in his second year and they are under performing (4-9). The team is switching QBs next year and may switch coaches too. They have lost 8 of their last 9 games.
Vance Joseph-Broncos: Joseph is in his second year and it's been rocky with some big wins and bad losses. He's 6-7 now, an improvement over his 5-11 record last year, but they might make a change.
Jay Gruden-Redskins: The team is on a 4 game losing streak after starting 6-3. Alex Smith and Colt McCoy injuries don't help anything. Career record of 34-42-1.
Dan Quinn-Falcons: Falcon are 4-9 just a year after contending. Quinn is 33-28 overall and they dealt with some big injuries.
Ron Rivera-Panthers: The Panthers are on a 5 game skid and falling out of the playoffs. They also have a new owner. Rivera is 70-54-1 over 8 seasons.
Steve Wilks-Cardinals: Wilks is in his first year and has had to fire his OC. The offense has picked up some with Leftwich as OC and Wilks is likely to get another year to try to steer the ship forward.
Bill Bellicheck-Patriots: He will leave when he is ready. It may be this year with Josh McDaniel waiting in the wings? Eventually they have to rebuild right?
Sean McDermott-Bills: Buffalo is 4-9 in McDermott's second year but transitioning to a new QB probably gives him a break.
Mike Tomlin-Stealers: Pittsburgh has lost 3 in a row and is stuggling. Tomlin's history of success likely means he stays.
Jason Garrett-Cowboys: A 5 game win streak has the former hot seater in a good position to return. Thanks Amari Cooper trade.
Pat Shurmur-Giants: First year head coach is 5-8 and probably has a very long leash with a new QB coming in this offseason.
Matt Patricia-Lions: He is 5-8 in his first year. While that is down from last years 9-7 record he is likely back.
Mike Zimmer-Vikings: I would love for him to be fired and come back to Cincinnati. The Vikings just fired their offensive coordinator and have under performed this season. They have lost the last two but are on the edge of the playoffs.
Kyle Shanahan-49ers: San Fran has had a rough year but his Franchise QB and top RB are both out. He is likely back to see what he can do with some health.
Frank Reich-Colts: Indy is 7-6 in Reich's first year and competing for a playoff spot.
Bill O'Brien-Texans: Houston is 9-4 and looking good. O'Brien is 40-37 over his tenure.
Mike Vrabel-Titans: Vrabel has the team 7-6 and fighting for a playoff spot in his first year.
Andy Reid-Chiefs: The Chiefs are 11-3 and have a legit chance at the Super Bowl. The offense is fun to watch and defense is improving.
Anthony Lynn-Chargers: Lynn is 11-3 in his second year despite loads of injuries.
John Gruden-Raiders: Oakland/LV is 3-10 but that is part of the plan after Gruden traded away some major pieces.
Doug Pederson-Eagles: Philly is down this year but they might be getting their QBs coach back and a super bowl affords you a down year.
Matt Nagy-Bears: The Bears are 9-4 and rolling.
Sean Payton-Saints: New Orleans is 11-2 and Payton is there for as long as he wants to be.
Sean McVay-Rams: McVay may be the hottest coach in all of professional sports. He isn't going anywhere.
Pete Carroll-Seahawks: Seattle has won 4 in a row and fought their way back into the playoffs while remaking the D. Carroll should be fine.
Hey compared to Ogbuehi he's awesome. Only not so much when compared to real NFL OT's. Probably means no effort will be made to upgrade, which is no surprise.
Probably Williams, but that's about as tough of a pick as there could be. I like all three and wouldn't be upset with any of them.
I read this book and I couldn't help but wonder how anyone could write a so-called comprehensive book abut football and not even mention Paul Brown. The Bengals are mentioned once or twice, briefly. It was more a "tribute" to some of the "great" owners like Jerry Jones and Robert Kraft and a lot of the book was about his attempts to get an on the record interview with Tom Brady. It definitely was not the best book written about football. I was not impressed with it.
I stopped reading the article as soon as he said Bobby Hart played well this year. Ogbuehi lost any shred of credibility he had left at that point.
In this case, no because the Cheatriots are playing Pittspuke.
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