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  1. Trying to do something to get some conversation started.
  2. http://www.cincyjungle.com/2017/5/16/15649088/domata-peko-jab-bengals-shortcoming Peko has been part of the problem more than the solution for most of his NFL career with the Bengals, so he has no room to talk about his former team’s playoff drought. by Jason Marcum@marcum89 May 16, 2017, 4:00pm EDT The Cincinnati Bengals don’t have to deal with Domata Peko’s shortcomings anymore. The veteran nose tackle left this offseason to sign a two-year deal with the Denver Broncos in hopes of helping upgrade their run defense. That seems like a comical statement since Peko was often one of the weakest links on the Bengals’ defense for much of his career, but he apparently doesn’t realize that. Peko decided to take a jab at his former team in talking about how the Bengals are focussed on winning a playoff game rather than a championship. The irony of this is too rich as one of the biggest reasons the Bengals have been unable to win a playoff game has been their inability to stop the run. And when your starting nose tackle is annually ranked among the worst in football, he’s part of the problem. PFF ranked him 106th out of 127 eligible interior defenders last season, which has been the range Peko has been in for most of his 11-year career. That has been a big reason why the Bengals have continuously been gashed on the ground in the postseason, whether it’s by Fitzgerald Toussaint, Jordan Todman, Ronnie Brown, Dan “Boom” Herron, Danny Woodhead, Ronnie Brown or Ryan Mathews. Let’s take a look at the Bengals’ playoff losses in which Peko was starting: 2015: 167 allowed vs Stealers’ backfield of Fitzgerald Toussaint and Jordan Todman. 2014: 114 allowed to Colts’ backfield of Dan Herron and Zurlon Tipton. 2013: 196 allowed to Chargers’ backfield of Danny Woodhead, Ryan Mathews and 32-year-old Ronnie Brown (Matthews missed most of second half due to injury). 2012: 158 allowed to Texans’ backfield of Arian Foster and Ben Tate. 2011: 188 allowed to Texans’ backfield of Arian Foster and Ben Tate. 2009: 171 allowed to Jets’ backfield of Shonn Greene and Thomas Davis. That’s not exactly a murderer’s row of running backs, but Peko’s inability to do much in the middle led to all of those backs looking like All-Pros in the most important game of the year. It’s hard to win games in the cold months of December and January when you can’t win on the ground. Peko helped ensure the Bengals lost the trench warfare more often than not in the postseason. While Peko is probably in a better position to win a championship in Denver, it’s because they have more depth and won’t have to rely as much on him as the Bengals unfortunately did. He wasn’t the only reason why Cincinnati never won a playoff game, but he was more part of the problem than the solution.
  3. Thank you for the clarification. Miscommunication and misunderstanding on my part. Agree about Doucherty. I understand the role of a pot stirrer but he is simply a shit slinger.
  4. https://www.yahoo.com/sports/news/bengals-adam-jones-pleads-guilty-misdemeanor-obstruction-part-plea-deal-154639248.html Bengals' Adam Jones pleads guilty to misdemeanor obstruction as part of plea deal Shalise Manza Young,Shutdown Corner 18 hours ago The latest legal issue for Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones came to a close on Tuesday morning. The 33-year old Jones pleaded guilty to a single charge of misdemeanor obstructing official business and was sentenced to time served, two days. It was part of a plea deal that saw the two other misdemeanor counts Jones was facing – assault and disorderly conduct – dropped. A fourth charge, a felony count after Jones allegedly spit on a jail nurse, had been dropped earlier. Jones was arrested in the early morning hours of Jan. 3, less than two days after the Bengals’ regular-season finale. In the courtroom of Cincinnati Municipal Court Judge Dwane Mallory on Tuesday, Jones apologized for his actions, and also to the police officer he accosted. “I’d like to apologize for my actions that night, to the police officer, that is not an example of me or how I want my kids to see me,” Jones said in court. “I truly apologize for what I did, for my actions. I’m trying to get better every day.” A video taken inside the police cruiser and released by Cincinnati police showed Jones, in the back of the car, cursing at the officer and saying, “I hope you die tomorrow.” Jones is currently undergoing anger-management classes. He is still subject to NFL discipline.
  5. Any negativity that came across was not aimed at you at all. Personally, I am very OK with you and the input. I feel for you being forced to live anywhere near Piggsturd and their troglodyte fans. Take care and let's be safe out there. 😎
  6. Pete Rose didn't bet on football either.
  7. Only I didn't say it. Doc did. Don't put my name on it. I simply cut and pasted the article.
  8. Kenny Anderson once called his 7th grade English teacher and asked her if her refrigerator was running and Anthony Munoz launched an air biscuit in church and blamed it on the little girl in the pew in front of him. Glad you are so perfect that you can point your finger at others.
  9. If Belterra comes out with a Bengals slot machine...
  10. "Holy encyclopedias, Batman, is there anything you don't know?" "Yes, Robin. But I can't think of it now."
  11. I blame George Bush.