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tibor75

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  1. The video of Stafford no-looking the pass to Kupp on the game winning drive is just amazing. He got Bell to move out of the way of where he was leading Kupp. Impossible to defend
  2. 2nd and 1 with the season on the line and need about 10-15 yards to get into reasonable FG range to force OT. And you don't gain another yard. That just kills.
  3. The other thing that kills was the head shot in the end zone after the Rams OL committed holding. If the Bengals DB doesn't do that, it's a huge penalty on the Rams.
  4. 3rd and 1 4th and 1 3rd and 1 4th and 1 What did those 4 plays have in common? Mixon was on the bench
  5. Even when he wasn't getting pressured, something just seemed off.
  6. In the end the Bengals had multiple chances to make it a two score game and didn't even come close. After the back to back games against Ravens and Chiefs, I thought Burrow was going to take it to the next level. For whatever reason, he never did. Quite simply, he didn't do much in the playoffs and I'm not sure why.
  7. I still wonder if it would have been better if Mahomes had scored in overtime. Super Bowl losses are the worst.
  8. And can somebody explain to me why Eli Apple was covering Kupp
  9. Watched the 4th down play again and CJ is open. Burrow is looking in that direction to and almost throws the ball - not sure to him or somebody else but then he doesn't throw the ball. Burrow is great but I'm hoping he can get better at these quick reads.
  10. B/c your OLine sucks. I will never understand 3rd and 1 to your backup RB when the fucking play in the same spot on the field failed to work earlier in the game.
  11. How many first downs in the 2nd half after the Higgins TD? 4? Just horrendous.
  12. 0-3 in Super Bowls by a combined 13 points. Eli Apple against Kupp WTF
  13. Tied for biggest lead in Bengals SB history. Last time it lasted 4 plays whcih included the Billups drop
  14. Never given the Brewer to an inactive player but nice going HarGRAVE
  15. Recent Super Bowl history has been kind to underdogs. I think the last favorite who actually won in a blowout was the Ravens back in 2001. Just in the last 10 years, two underdogs ended up kicking ass - Tampa Bay last year and Seattle over Denver. Atlanta should have been three, but ugh.
  16. Of course we would. And if Burrow keeps winning, people are going to hate him as much as we hate Jen and Brady. I know if I was a Steeler, Raven, or Brown fan, I'd rather have Andy Dullton playing QB for Bengals. You want The Dullard back?
  17. earlier if they do something stupid and invite Nick Lachey to the parade
  18. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/33277342/cincinnati-bengals-qb-joe-burrow-won-team-meeting-racial-injustice-2020
  19. I can't wait for tomorrow. Just want the anticipation to end and for the game to start. So, there is an idea that it's already a great season - they made it to the Super Bowl when nobody gave them the chance. That's true. But it doesn't mean anything. Just like it doesn't mean anything to say, "Well they are young. They will get back there again." you have no idea. This might be it. Sure, it's an amazing season, but they have done nothing for 30 years. Who knows when it will come again? Sure, I would like to believe that they will spend the money to make this team a consistent contender, but you never know. The Bills came close in their first super bowl, and got blown out every year after that. Cards, Falcons, Bengals in 80s had one shot, and then it was gone. Well Bengals had two shots in the 1980s with drastically different teams but couldn't build on the success. All I know is that if they win, it's going to be amazing. I can't imagine any tibor75 negativity for a year at minimum. They could go 0-16 next year with Burrow turning into Joey Mayfield and I wouldn't give a shit. They said tOSU didn't have a shot against Miami. They were underdogs against Alabama and Oregon in 2014 and won it. Hoping for the same tomorrow.
  20. Carson Plamer Andy Dullton Both losers in different ways. Could care less about either of the bums. Don't care to hear from them win or lose after the Super Bowl. AJ McCarron wasn't much of a QB, but showed more heart and toughness in his one chance than the two losers above. Eclipsed by Burrow during his first playoff game.
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