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  1. 6 points
    Zac couldn't see the ankle was swollen because it's the foot AJ already has out the door
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  4. 2 points
    A grown man unable to get a loan because some old rich douche bags want total control. Pathetic.
  5. 2 points
    Dont worry, its got bench seats. We used to fit 6 in there easily. Figure a driver, both Bengals scouts and some road sodas.
  6. 2 points
    That might not be fair to cardboard
  7. 2 points
    All I got from that story was that some dude had the balls to wear a goofy hat to make his kid happy & his ankle-biting coworkers got their tiny peeners all in a knot over it. Kudos to him for putting his family ahead of the fickle opinion of a bunch of insecure nobodies. Sounds to me like they were confusing respect with envy, which is why they were looking for any excuse to try & tear him down. I'd think normal people would find it funny & of course give him some good-natured shit about it. Anyone who'd have a real problem with it isn't worth worrying about. That must be an incredibly toxic workplace.
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    Maybe we send a couple guys around, throw a "challenge flag" on you there
  10. 1 point
    The game so far: Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson. Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson? Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar JacksonLamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson.
  11. 1 point
    Either guy has the potential to suffer behind our OL
  12. 1 point
    He had the surgery, hence the 12+ week recovery time. Anyone second guessing AJ's integrity or commitment to playing the game the right way is ridiculous.
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  14. 1 point
    Mods, can we set a hard limit on My Little Pony references? This season is rough enough as is.
  15. 1 point
    A bigger punishment would have been to force him to be drafted by the Bengals
  16. 1 point
    Except we have an old Mailbu for personnel not a convoy
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    Eli from the Chargers to the Giants was something like this.. I don't remember the details, but it was a draft day deal
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  20. 1 point
    They can't do that anymore...CBA and all that.
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    Agree. I just really hope we don't experience the dreaded "bounce" and the team thinks it's all rainbows and lollipops, and we end up in shitty draft position. If we end up with the 1st pick, I don't know how you pass up on Chase Young. I also think Tua is the best QB in this class. The team HAS GOT to attempt to improve the OL and LB in free agency.
  24. 1 point
    That is why the Draft is the ultimate
  25. 1 point
    Because he can start immediately and not see ghosts like Sam Darnold or flat out suck like Josh Rosen or Winston. Not saying he is a long term solution but a decent stopgap.
  26. 1 point
    Buhler State? Anyone? Anyone?
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  29. 1 point
    LeClair was very, very good. Overshadowed by Lambert in the division, but one of the best, if not the best, MLB in franchise history.
  30. 1 point
    The team won 19 games over the past three years prior to this one. Going ofer is not a good look at all, but its hardly all on Zac Taylor. This team has been in 6 of its 8 losses and just can not make the plays, hence the sign of a bad team as well as one with an impossible amount of injuries. IMPOSSIBLE AMOUNT. This thing definitely needs more time. By this time next year, Whether its Finley or Tua/Burrow, whoever, with a more healthy team (hopefully), if they are sitting at 0-8, then its time to start thinking about the next move. Regardless, they have to do what they are doing at this current moment. As much as it sucks for Andy, it only makes sense. As Marcus Spears put it, the NFL doesnt care about your feelings.
  31. 1 point
    Huh.... being an Ohio ex-pat (defend the rock!) I was unaware of a Modell Law. Fortunately, the Google Fu of the Amish is widely reknown: Linky: http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/gp9.67v1 A take on the above.... linky: https://www.natlawreview.com/article/ohio-art-modell-law-save-columbus-crew And since you read all of that, here's something juicy to sink your teeth into:
  32. 1 point
    I still think that was staged.
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    If Dan Fouts & Carsyn Palmer were roommates would their menstrual cycles sync up?
  35. 1 point
    Sports Innovative Paul Brown voted NFL's greatest game changer BARRY WILNER,Associated Press 14 hours ago FILE - In this Jan. 3, 1968, file photo, Paul Brown, president of the New Cincinnati Bengals of the American Football League, is trying to select the design of helmets in Cincinnati, to be worn by his team when it starts play in the league. Brown, the innovative coach and powerful team owner who brought dozens of improvements to the sport, has been voted pro football’s greatest game changer. (AP Photo/File) Paul Brown's influence on professional football has been felt for decades. He is as responsible as anyone for making it America's most popular sport. The innovative coach and powerful team owner has been voted the NFL's greatest game changer. A nationwide panel of 57 media members selected the founder of the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals, giving him eight first-place votes and 2,359 points. Brown beat out Pete Rozelle, widely considered the best commissioner in pro sports history, who earned 2,227 points despite having the most first-place votes (14). Brown, inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1967 — a year before the Bengals were born — is credited with bringing many now-common elements to the sport like game plans and playbooks; the use of game film in scouting; coaches or coordinators calling plays; a radio transmitter inside the quarterback's helmet for play-calling; and the helmet facemask. With a successful background in high school, college and military service coaching, Brown was the first to hire a full-time coaching staff. He instituted a college scouting system that soon was copied by every other pro franchise. And ever the disciplinarian, Brown had his players stay in a hotel the night before a home game as well as before a road game. "When you saw a Paul Brown team, it would be Paul Brown the creator," said running back Jim Brown, Paul Brown's greatest player. "There'd be something always new." One thing that never got old with Brown was winning. His Browns — they were named for him by original team owner Mickey McBride — were champions of the All-American Football Conference in each of its four seasons. In 1950, the NFL accepted the Browns, Colts and 49ers into its ranks — the Los Angeles Dons merged with the LA Rams — in great part to get Brown into the more-established league. After compiling a 47-4-3 record in the AAFC, where he also oversaw the breaking of the color barrier in 1946 with such African-American stars as Marion Motley and Bill Willis, Brown's team was considered an interloper in the NFL. Guess again. Brown was so far ahead of other NFL coaches, including the likes of George Halas and Curly Lambeau, that Cleveland went 10-2. The Browns even beat the defending NFL champion Eagles 35-10 in a "show us what you've got" season opener in Philadelphia. They won the league title in a 30-28 classic over the Rams. Cleveland lost the next three league championships games before routing Detroit in 1954 and the Rams in 1955. In all, Brown went 111-44-5 as Browns boss before being fired by new team owner Art Modell after a 7-6-1 record in 1962. Brown had only one losing season in Cleveland. Things were different in Cincinnati, where Brown had four winning records in eight seasons in charge of his expansion franchise in a city across Ohio from Cleveland. In head-to-head play with the Browns in those years, 1968-75, the Bengals went only 5-7, with each defeat deeply hurting Brown. He stepped down as coach in '76 but continued contributing to the league on many important committees as the NFL grew and grew. "I was a rookie, I got a chance to sit next to him on the bus on the way to a game," Bengals quarterback Boomer Esiason said: "He said to me, 'Boomer, don't ever forget the people who came before you and made football the game it is today.'" Brown's coaching tree includes Hall of Famers Don Shula, Bill Walsh, Weeb Ewbank and Chuck Noll. "Whether they know it or not, nearly everyone in the game of football has been affected by Paul Brown," Rozelle said. "His wealth of ideas changed the game." So did Rozelle's, and the NFL flourished under his leadership. Commissioner from 1960-89, Rozelle oversaw the league's popularity explosion that lifted it from behind baseball, college football and boxing to America's most profitable sport and followed sport. The NFL's availability on free television through national network contracts was established by Rozelle and remains intact. His marketing and public relations touch helped lead to such mega-brands as the Cowboys, Packers and Raiders. "He had the unique ability to get people all on the same page in a business where you could depend on 28 different people all going in different directions," Chiefs owner and AFL founder Lamar Hunt once said. Added Giants owner Wellington Mara: "I think Pete Rozelle will forever be the standard by which all sports commissioners will be judged."
  36. 1 point
    He is correct and you have no clue! You will see soon. He won’t do crapola with another team.
  37. 1 point
    Nearly forgot... here's the "official" scarf for this game. It's designed to appeal to fans of both teams, or fans of neither who just want to commemorate having been there. Still think it's hilarious that it was only 15 currency units for this beauty, when the horrible knock-off pirated scarf was 20. But I'm happy I got both.
  38. 1 point
    Monday was a scheduled "down" day. A chance to do any last-minute shopping or sightseeing that we missed, and a planned early bed time for our early Tuesday flight home. We started the day at the Tower: And ended at Skygarden: Panorama Flew home Tuesday to CVG (via Chicago), crashed at the Residence Inn, then came home Wednesday. ...... exhausted, but with lots of great memories.
  39. 1 point
    Yeah he's being brutally honest, but he's also deflecting and trying to make himself look good by putting the Bengals down.
  40. 1 point
    To play what-if, I seriously doubt the team would still be in Cincinnati if he didn't. It would've been sold and almost certainly moved after his death.
  41. 1 point
    He is as deserving as anyone. Sadly for the Bengals he had children.
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  43. 1 point
    Sounds like he could use some Redeeming
  44. 1 point
    Idk that sounds pretty dangerous to me. Nice dog whistle, though.
  45. 1 point
    Mike Brown is the guy in group project who does no work but still gets the same A grade as the other members who did all the work. The NFL revenue model is based on shared TV revenue and merchandise sales. The Bengals are at bottom or near bottom of merch sales and are no TV draw. In addition, I doubt other teams want the Bengals in their stadium home games due to the lack of drawing power. The league revenues would increase overall if ALL of the teams put the brand investment effort into themselves. I can't think of another team that does less of this than this one. Jerry Jones has been outspoken about wanting more 'share' of the revenues because his team builds more brand recognition than others. Finally, how many league votes have been 31-1? or 30-2 when Ralph Wilson was voting. Mikey contributes little to nothing to the revenue building but takes a full cut. And given most of the these owners are A type high stung people, it is very easy to conclude how Mikey is perceived.
  46. 1 point
    Marlon Humphrey’s is one of them and he’s pretty good.
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  48. 1 point
    yeah..... but he's so much younger.
  49. 1 point
    Because this isn't Jason's thread, I took a very pessimistic approach. Then I am very old.
  50. 1 point
    You just called a complete stranger a "sniffeling" (sniveling?) piece of shit" because he doesn't like the same politician as you. Does that seem like the actions of a rational person to you? You brain-dead goosestepping ignorant bootlicking bitch?
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