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Dr Tarzan

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  1. Surprise,   New coaches, New Dey.....Same ole Shit.   I think I'm ready to move on entirely,   I don't know how many more times, this team, this town and this fan base can be subject to embarrassment and humiliation at the hands of that team upriver.   Doesn't matter who is coaching it is Bengals destiny to make any inexperienced QB they face look like another Roethlisberger.


  2. On 6/11/2019 at 3:54 PM, Bleeds Orange said:

    Forrest Gregg and Sam Wyche are the only two coaches to have much success against Pittsburgh.  The teams played their first game in 1970 and the Bengals were 6-14 during the 1970s.  Gregg arrived in 1980 and promptly swept the Stealers that season and again in 1981, the first two times the Bengals had ever swept them.  Wyche followed him and swept them in 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, and 1990.  The two coaches combined for 15-6 during that 1980-90 era.  One thing those two had in common was that they had zero shits to give and were fearless.

     

    Things unfortunately returned to normal in 1991 and the Bengals have gone 14-44 since. 

     

    Four of the best teams in Bengals franchise history have had their seasons ruined by those bastards:  1975, 1976, 2005, and 2015.  The 1975 and 1976 teams were 0-4 against Pittsburgh but 21-3 against the rest of the league, and we all know about '05 and '15.

    One of the biggest differences during the Bengals winning years during 80's was Pitt's lack of a HOF QB at the helm.    The 70's Bengals were usually on par with them.  During Ken anderson's tenure,   In games that he started and finished....he was batting .500.....in games where they cheap shotted, er Knocked ,  him out of the game 0-8.


  3. 1 hour ago, akiliMVP said:

    9th percentile. He had 19 reps. Really bad for an OL but better than 9 ☺

    ....and I believe we both know that bench press reps mean exactly "jack squat" as far as blocking and anchoring.   Doesn't mean much for punch blocking either, as it is a sudden brief impact force that has little to nothing to do with the ability to give repeated gradual  efforts multiple times.  IF they did the Bodine would have blown everybody off the ball and NOT repeatedly pushed back into the pocket.  I believe he did 43.

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