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10 hours ago, Madieu Superstar said:

Watching the Ravens come back from 14-0. It’s amazing to see a well-coached team with players who don’t run for cover after taking a punch. What a gutless bunch of stiffs that currently inhibit this Bengals organization. 

Since Harbaugh became head coach the Ravens have only ONE more come from behind victory (44) than the Bengals (43).

 

Since Dalton arrived in '11 the Bengals have five more come from behind victories (35) than the Ravens (30).

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41 minutes ago, fredtoast said:

Since Harbaugh became head coach the Ravens have only ONE more come from behind victory (44) than the Bengals (43).

 

Since Dalton arrived in '11 the Bengals have five more come from behind victories (35) than the Ravens (30).

What does that have to do with anything? They came back from 14-0 against Pittsburgh on the road and they have ZERO offensive talent. That’s good coaching. They scored in the second half against Pittsburgh! Never thought I’d live to see the day...

 

but thank you for the tip. I’m glad Marvin’s team was able to come from behind against the Colts this year while playing at home. It means more to me than Harbaugh’s .590 winning percentage, 10 playoff wins, and 1 Super Bowl. 

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Harbaugh - his 10 playoff wins are the second most by any head coach in the NFL since 2008. Outside winning Super Bowl XLVII, Harbaugh has guided the Ravens to two AFC North division championships and three AFC Championship appearances.

Flacco - 10 and 5 obviously.

 

Wow... no matter how you slice it, Lewis and Dalton suck ass, especially compared to the Ravens.

 

There are only 6 teams that have not won a playoff game since Lewis became head coach;

 

Team Last playoff game win Seasons
Since Win
Loss
Streak
Playoff Losses - Teams
Cincinnati Bengals ^ 1990 AFC Wild Card Playoffs 27 ♦ 8 1990 Divisional - L A Raiders
2005 Wild Card - Pittsburgh
2009 Wild Card - New York Jets
2011 Wild Card - Houston
2012 Wild Card - Houston
2013 Wild Card - San Diego
2014 Wild Card - Indianapolis
2015 Wild Card - Pittsburgh
Detroit Lions 1991 NFC Divisional Playoffs* 26 ♣ ♣ 9 1991 NFC Championship - Washington
1993 Wild Card - Green Bay
1994 Wild Card - Green Bay
1995 Wild Card - Philadelphia
1997 Wild Card - Tampa Bay
1999 Wild Card - Washington
2011 Wild Card - New Orleans
2014 Wild Card - Dallas
2016 Wild Card - Seattle
Buffalo Bills ^ 1995 AFC Wild Card Playoffs 22 ♦ 4 1995 Divisional - Pittsburgh
1996 Wild Card - Jacksonville
1998 Wild Card - Miami
1999 Wild Card - Tennessee
Cleveland Browns ^ 1994 AFC Wild Card Playoffs 20** 2 1994 Divisional - Pittsburgh
2002 Wild Card - Pittsburgh
Miami Dolphins ^ 2000 AFC Wild Card Playoffs 17 4 ¤ 2000 Divisional - Oakland
2001 Wild Card - Baltimore
2008 Wild Card - Baltimore
2016 Wild Card - Pittsburgh
Oakland Raiders ^ 2002 AFC Championship* 15 2 ¤ 2002 Super Bowl - Tampa Bay
2016 Wild Card - Houston

 

So you can take ALL the "comeback wins", all the mediocre hype, and shove it up Mike Browns ass.

 

The Cincinnati Bengals suck, and the owner revels in mediocrity at best... 

 

Marvin Lewis record as a head coach

 

Team Year Regular season Postseason
Won Lost Ties Win % Finish Won Lost Win % Result
CIN 2003 8 8 0 .500 2nd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2004 8 8 0 .500 3rd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2005 11 5 0 .688 1st in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Pittsburgh Steelers in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2006 8 8 0 .500 2nd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2007 7 9 0 .438 3rd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2008 4 11 1 .281 3rd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2009 10 6 0 .625 1st in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to New York Jets in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2010 4 12 0 .250 4th in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2011 9 7 0 .563 3rd in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Houston Texans in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2012 10 6 0 .625 2nd in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Houston Texans in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2013 11 5 0 .688 1st in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to San Diego Chargers in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2014 10 5 1 .656 2nd in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Indianapolis Colts in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2015 12 4 0 .750 1st in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Pittsburgh Steelers in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2016 6 9 1 .406 3rd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2017 5 8 0 .385 TBD - - - -
Total[14] 123 111 3 .525   0 7 .000 -

 

Basically an 8-8 per year average...

 

Mediocre Marv, LOSER!!!

 

Mike Brown record as an owner

Year Tm Lg Job Title W L T W-L% W plyf L plyf Playoff Result Job Title
1991 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 3 13 0 .188 0 0    
1992 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 5 11 0 .313 0 0    
1993 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 3 13 0 .188 0 0    
1994 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 3 13 0 .188 0 0    
1995 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 7 9 0 .438 0 0    
1996 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 8 8 0 .500 0 0    
1997 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 7 9 0 .438 0 0    
1998 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 3 13 0 .188 0 0    
1999 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 4 12 0 .250 0 0    
2000 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 4 12 0 .250 0 0    
2001 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 6 10 0 .375 0 0    
2002 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 2 14 0 .125 0 0    
2003 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 8 8 0 .500 0 0    
2004 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 8 8 0 .500 0 0    
2005 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 11 5 0 .688 0 1 Lost WC  
2006 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 8 8 0 .500 0 0    
2007 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 7 9 0 .438 0 0    
2008 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 4 11 1 .281 0 0    
2009 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 10 6 0 .625 0 1 Lost WC  
2010 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 4 12 0 .250 0 0    
2011 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 9 7 0 .563 0 1 Lost WC  
2012 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 10 6 0 .625 0 1 Lost WC  
2013 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 11 5 0 .688 0 1 Lost WC Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager
2014 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 10 5 1 .656 0 1 Lost WC Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager
2015 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 12 4 0 .750 0 1 Lost WC Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager
2016 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 6 9 1 .406       Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager
2017 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 5 8 0 .385       Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager
  Total   27 Years 178 248 3   0 7    
  Cincinnati Bengals   1991-2017 178 248 3   0 7

 

 

That's an average (with rounding UP on the wins) of 7-9 over 27 years.

No playoff victories...

No hope...

 

LOSER!!!

 

So STFU about stupid ass stats that don't mean a damn thing.

The stats above should be the ONLY stats that matter when judging an Owner and a head coach.

 

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37 minutes ago, Madieu Superstar said:

What does that have to do with anything?

It proves you wrong.

 

This is what always happens.  I prove someone wrong and they change the subject.

 

"Marvin Lewis teams never beat the Ravens."

Me: "Marvin is 17-12 against the Ravens."

"Get out of here with your silly stats.  Marvin is 0-7 in the playoffs while the Ravens have won a Super Bowl.  This PROVES that Marvin NEVER beats the Ravens.  Stop being a troll.  Stats can be twisted to prove anything, but from watching with my own eyes I know that Marvin has NEVER beaten the Ravens."

 

 

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What about John Fassel, Special Teams Coach for the LA Rams for the next Bengals coach.  He has a similar profile to Harbaugh and his units have been some of the best in the league.  Don't think it makes sense to recycle Hue, Jay or Vance.

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8 minutes ago, Original fan '70 said:

What about John Fassel, Special Teams Coach for the LA Rams for the next Bengals coach.  He has a similar profile to Harbaugh and his units have been some of the best in the league.  Don't think it makes sense to recycle Hue, Jay or Vance.

If he's a chip off the old block,  I wouldn't oppose.

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1 hour ago, fredtoast said:

It proves you wrong.

 

This is what always happens.  I prove someone wrong and they change the subject.

 

"Marvin Lewis teams never beat the Ravens."

Me: "Marvin is 17-12 against the Ravens."

"Get out of here with your silly stats.  Marvin is 0-7 in the playoffs while the Ravens have won a Super Bowl.  This PROVES that Marvin NEVER beats the Ravens.  Stop being a troll.  Stats can be twisted to prove anything, but from watching with my own eyes I know that Marvin has NEVER beaten the Ravens."

 

 

You didn’t prove anyone wrong, you dolt lol. Like I said, I could care less if we come back against Pagano’s Colts at home. Come back from 14-0 against Pittsburgh on the road and then talk to me. Mediocre standards from a mediocre poster. 

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5 minutes ago, Montana Bengal said:

Chucky?  Can't hurt to inquire even though he is likely too expensive.

Yeah. It's looking like he'll go to the Giants if he leaves the booth though.

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47 minutes ago, Madieu Superstar said:

You didn’t prove anyone wrong, you dolt lol. Like I said, I could care less if we come back against Pagano’s Colts at home. Come back from 14-0 against Pittsburgh on the road and then talk to me. Mediocre standards from a mediocre poster. 

You've got a hard on for a Ravens team that LOST to the Stealers and then you try to claim that I am the one with mediocre standards?

 

In the last 5 years the Bengals have won games against playoff bound Ravens teams when they trailed in the 4th quarter (not halftime) THREE times.  The Bengals have overcame a 17 point third quarter deficit to the Seahawks, a 16 point 3rd quarter deficit to the Packers, and also won games against the Stealers and Broncos when they trailed in the 4th quarter with pretty much the same coaches and players we had on the sidelines Sunday.  That game against the Bears was a nightmare, but it does not define all the Bengals players and coaches on this team.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, fredtoast said:

That game against the Bears was a nightmare, but it does not define all the Bengals players and coaches on this team.

It kind of does a perfect job of defining the 2017 Bengals coaches and players though. We suck this year.

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2 minutes ago, omgdrdoom said:

It kind of does a perfect job of defining the 2017 Bengals coaches and players though. We suck this year.

A lot of good/great players. A lot of suck as a team.

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Fred, if you want to know why people think you are a troll, this sequence of posts should spell it out.

 

16 hours ago, Madieu Superstar said:

Watching the Ravens come back from 14-0. It’s amazing to see a well-coached team with players who don’t run for cover after taking a punch. What a gutless bunch of stiffs that currently inhibit this Bengals organization. 

So Madieu makes his point, the Ravens were on the road down 14-0 and fought back to take a 31-20 lead.  He then said we CURRENTLY have gutless stiffs in our organization.  Note bolded area above.  Your response was this:

 

5 hours ago, fredtoast said:

Since Harbaugh became head coach the Ravens have only ONE more come from behind victory (44) than the Bengals (43).

 

Since Dalton arrived in '11 the Bengals have five more come from behind victories (35) than the Ravens (30).

Did anyone say anything about the last 7 or 10 years?  NO.  As we will see in Madieu's next post,... he asks a simple question:  what does that have to do with anything?  He specifically stated the CURRENT Bengals organization, not the team from 2008. 

 

4 hours ago, Madieu Superstar said:

What does that have to do with anything? They came back from 14-0 against Pittsburgh on the road and they have ZERO offensive talent. That’s good coaching. They scored in the second half against Pittsburgh! Never thought I’d live to see the day...

 

but thank you for the tip. I’m glad Marvin’s team was able to come from behind against the Colts this year while playing at home. It means more to me than Harbaugh’s .590 winning percentage, 10 playoff wins, and 1 Super Bowl. 

 

Excellent response. Keep in mind the Ravens scored 24 second half points on the road against the Stealers.   MS made a specific point about the CURRENT BENGAL'S organization and at the same time destroyed Fred's silly statistic about come from behind victories being a meaningful measure of overall success.  

 

 

 

3 hours ago, fredtoast said:

It proves you wrong.

 

This is what always happens.  I prove someone wrong and they change the subject.

 

"Marvin Lewis teams never beat the Ravens."

Me: "Marvin is 17-12 against the Ravens."

"Get out of here with your silly stats.  Marvin is 0-7 in the playoffs while the Ravens have won a Super Bowl.  This PROVES that Marvin NEVER beats the Ravens.  Stop being a troll.  Stats can be twisted to prove anything, but from watching with my own eyes I know that Marvin has NEVER beaten the Ravens."

 

 

 

This post is classic Fred.   He is the one that completely changed the subject and then claims Madieu did.    At no time did Madieu make any claim that the Ravens, HISTORICALLY, were a far better come from behind team than the Bengals.  He simply stated that the current Bengals organization was a gutless bunch of stiffs which is hard to dispute given the fact the team totally mailed in yesterday's game and fell apart against the Stealers at home by only scoring 3 second half points.  Then Fred makes up quotes Madieu never said.  CLASSIC.

 

 

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38 minutes ago, fredtoast said:

You've got a hard on for a Ravens team that LOST to the Stealers and then you try to claim that I am the one with mediocre standards?

 

In the last 5 years the Bengals have won games against playoff bound Ravens teams when they trailed in the 4th quarter (not halftime) THREE times.  The Bengals have overcame a 17 point third quarter deficit to the Seahawks, a 16 point 3rd quarter deficit to the Packers, and also won games against the Stealers and Broncos when they trailed in the 4th quarter with pretty much the same coaches and players we had on the sidelines Sunday.  That game against the Bears was a nightmare, but it does not define all the Bengals players and coaches on this team.

 

 

Again, Madieu was talking about this year's team.  BTW, the Ravens scored 24 second half points, ON THE ROAD, against the same Stealers team we scored only 3 against,..at home.   The Ravens are still in the playoff chase, we are done.    Sorry, but the offense mailed it in yesterday (except Gio) , it was obvious to anyone who was watching.  The Browns are playing with more heart right now than the Bengals. 

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Wentz is out for the season. I'm anxious to see what Reich can do with that offense now. Right now he would be my favorite for our next HC.

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7 minutes ago, schotzee said:

Wentz is out for the season. I'm anxious to see what Reich can do with that offense now. Right now he would be my favorite for our next HC.

Its a very talented team on both sides of the ball.  Foles is a decent backup so I think they still have a shot to make a run.   

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1 hour ago, SF2 said:

Fred, if you want to know why people think you are a troll, this sequence of posts should spell it out.

 

So Madieu makes his point, the Ravens were on the road down 14-0 and fought back to take a 31-20 lead.  He then said we CURRENTLY have gutless stiffs in our organization.  Note bolded area above.  Your response was this:

 

Did anyone say anything about the last 7 or 10 years?  NO.  As we will see in Madieu's next post,... he asks a simple question:  what does that have to do with anything?  He specifically stated the CURRENT Bengals organization, not the team from 2008. 

 

 

Excellent response. Keep in mind the Ravens scored 24 second half points on the road against the Stealers.   MS made a specific point about the CURRENT BENGAL'S organization and at the same time destroyed Fred's silly statistic about come from behind victories being a meaningful measure of overall success.  

 

 

 

 

This post is classic Fred.   He is the one that completely changed the subject and then claims Madieu did.    At no time did Madieu make any claim that the Ravens, HISTORICALLY, were a far better come from behind team than the Bengals.  He simply stated that the current Bengals organization was a gutless bunch of stiffs which is hard to dispute given the fact the team totally mailed in yesterday's game and fell apart against the Stealers at home by only scoring 3 second half points.  Then Fred makes up quotes Madieu never said.  CLASSIC.

 

 

 

55 minutes ago, SF2 said:

Again, Madieu was talking about this year's team.  BTW, the Ravens scored 24 second half points, ON THE ROAD, against the same Stealers team we scored only 3 against,..at home.   The Ravens are still in the playoff chase, we are done.    Sorry, but the offense mailed it in yesterday (except Gio) , it was obvious to anyone who was watching.  The Browns are playing with more heart right now than the Bengals. 

 

So the coaches and players on the current team are not the same ones who have been there for a few years?:huh:

 

This is classic coming from the guy who thinks he can win every argument by talking about what has happened in the past.  The past is all that matters to him, but for some reason it is forbidden for me to even bring it up.

 

 

 

 

 

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30 minutes ago, SF2 said:

 Foles is a decent backup so I think they still have a shot to make a run.   

Points to anyone who knows who Foles' QB coach was the year he threw 27 tds, only 2 ints, and posted the third highest passer rating in NFL history.

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2 hours ago, fredtoast said:

Points to anyone who knows who Foles' QB coach was the year he threw 27 tds, only 2 ints, and posted the third highest passer rating in NFL history.

hahaha the same one who coached Dalton to 18 TD's in 16 games last year. 

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5 hours ago, fredtoast said:

 

 

So the coaches and players on the current team are not the same ones who have been there for a few years?:huh:

 

This is classic coming from the guy who thinks he can win every argument by talking about what has happened in the past.  The past is all that matters to him, but for some reason it is forbidden for me to even bring it up.

 

 

 

 

 

WTF? Both SF2 and Madieu keep talking about RIGHT NOW, THIS YEAR'S VERSION OF THE TEAM WE CLAIM TO LOVE. It is you that keeps bringing up the past or stats that have little bearing on the outcome of our seasons (fun fact: we don't win in the end).

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7 hours ago, fredtoast said:

 

 

So the coaches and players on the current team are not the same ones who have been there for a few years?:huh:

 

This is classic coming from the guy who thinks he can win every argument by talking about what has happened in the past.  The past is all that matters to him, but for some reason it is forbidden for me to even bring it up.

 

 

 

 

 

Sorry Fred, your point once again has nothing to do with the original discussion. I didnt offer an opinion other than point out you once again completely changed the premise then claimed victory.  

 

Board: "The Bengals SUCK in the second half this season"

 

Fred: "Since Andy Dalton arrived he has more 4th quarter comebacks then almost every team."

 

Board:"Uhh What?"

 

4th quarter comebacks don't tell you anything about total wins or losses. Doesn't tell you that the Bengals scored only 3 points in the second half last week and zero this week,..both losses.

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3 hours ago, Bunghole said:

WTF? Both SF2 and Madieu keep talking about RIGHT NOW, THIS YEAR'S VERSION OF THE TEAM WE CLAIM TO LOVE.

I am talking about Marvin Lewis, Andy Dalton, AJ Green, etc. etc. etc.  They are one and the same.

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2 hours ago, SF2 said:

Sorry Fred, your point once again has nothing to do with the original discussion. I didnt offer an opinion other than point out you once again completely changed the premise then claimed victory.  

I never changed any premise.  Madieu and I are talking about the exact same coaches.

 

It really amazes me how so-called "bengal fans" lose their shit whenever anyone dares to suggest that they have been anything other than the most gutless, stupid loser pussies in the entire league for the past 25 years.

 

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14 hours ago, USN Bengal said:

Harbaugh - his 10 playoff wins are the second most by any head coach in the NFL since 2008. Outside winning Super Bowl XLVII, Harbaugh has guided the Ravens to two AFC North division championships and three AFC Championship appearances.

Flacco - 10 and 5 obviously.

 

Wow... no matter how you slice it, Lewis and Dalton suck ass, especially compared to the Ravens.

 

There are only 6 teams that have not won a playoff game since Lewis became head coach;

 

Team Last playoff game win Seasons
Since Win
Loss
Streak
Playoff Losses - Teams
Cincinnati Bengals ^ 1990 AFC Wild Card Playoffs 27 ♦ 8 1990 Divisional - L A Raiders
2005 Wild Card - Pittsburgh
2009 Wild Card - New York Jets
2011 Wild Card - Houston
2012 Wild Card - Houston
2013 Wild Card - San Diego
2014 Wild Card - Indianapolis
2015 Wild Card - Pittsburgh
Detroit Lions 1991 NFC Divisional Playoffs* 26 ♣ ♣ 9 1991 NFC Championship - Washington
1993 Wild Card - Green Bay
1994 Wild Card - Green Bay
1995 Wild Card - Philadelphia
1997 Wild Card - Tampa Bay
1999 Wild Card - Washington
2011 Wild Card - New Orleans
2014 Wild Card - Dallas
2016 Wild Card - Seattle
Buffalo Bills ^ 1995 AFC Wild Card Playoffs 22 ♦ 4 1995 Divisional - Pittsburgh
1996 Wild Card - Jacksonville
1998 Wild Card - Miami
1999 Wild Card - Tennessee
Cleveland Browns ^ 1994 AFC Wild Card Playoffs 20** 2 1994 Divisional - Pittsburgh
2002 Wild Card - Pittsburgh
Miami Dolphins ^ 2000 AFC Wild Card Playoffs 17 4 ¤ 2000 Divisional - Oakland
2001 Wild Card - Baltimore
2008 Wild Card - Baltimore
2016 Wild Card - Pittsburgh
Oakland Raiders ^ 2002 AFC Championship* 15 2 ¤ 2002 Super Bowl - Tampa Bay
2016 Wild Card - Houston

 

So you can take ALL the "comeback wins", all the mediocre hype, and shove it up Mike Browns ass.

 

The Cincinnati Bengals suck, and the owner revels in mediocrity at best... 

 

Marvin Lewis record as a head coach

 

Team Year Regular season Postseason
Won Lost Ties Win % Finish Won Lost Win % Result
CIN 2003 8 8 0 .500 2nd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2004 8 8 0 .500 3rd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2005 11 5 0 .688 1st in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Pittsburgh Stealers in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2006 8 8 0 .500 2nd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2007 7 9 0 .438 3rd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2008 4 11 1 .281 3rd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2009 10 6 0 .625 1st in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to New York Jets in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2010 4 12 0 .250 4th in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2011 9 7 0 .563 3rd in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Houston Texans in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2012 10 6 0 .625 2nd in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Houston Texans in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2013 11 5 0 .688 1st in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to San Diego Chargers in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2014 10 5 1 .656 2nd in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Indianapolis Colts in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2015 12 4 0 .750 1st in AFC North 0 1 .000 Lost to Pittsburgh Stealers in AFC Wild Card Game.
CIN 2016 6 9 1 .406 3rd in AFC North - - - -
CIN 2017 5 8 0 .385 TBD - - - -
Total[14] 123 111 3 .525   0 7 .000 -

 

Basically an 8-8 per year average...

 

Mediocre Marv, LOSER!!!

 

Mike Brown record as an owner

Year Tm Lg Job Title W L T W-L% W plyf L plyf Playoff Result Job Title
  Total   27 Years 178 248 3   0 7    
  Cincinnati Bengals   1991-2017 178 248 3   0 7

 

1991 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 3 13 0 .188 0 0    
1992 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 5 11 0 .313 0 0    
1993 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 3 13 0 .188 0 0    
1994 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 3 13 0 .188 0 0    
1995 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 7 9 0 .438 0 0    
1996 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 8 8 0 .500 0 0    
1997 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 7 9 0 .438 0 0    
1998 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 3 13 0 .188 0 0    
1999 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 4 12 0 .250 0 0    
2000 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 4 12 0 .250 0 0    
2001 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 6 10 0 .375 0 0    
2002 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 2 14 0 .125 0 0    
2003 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 8 8 0 .500 0 0    
2004 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 8 8 0 .500 0 0    
2005 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 11 5 0 .688 0 1 Lost WC  
2006 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 8 8 0 .500 0 0    
2007 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 7 9 0 .438 0 0    
2008 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 4 11 1 .281 0 0    
2009 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 10 6 0 .625 0 1 Lost WC  
2010 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 4 12 0 .250 0 0    
2011 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 9 7 0 .563 0 1 Lost WC  
2012 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 10 6 0 .625 0 1 Lost WC  
2013 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 11 5 0 .688 0 1 Lost WC Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager
2014 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 10 5 1 .656 0 1 Lost WC Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager
2015 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 12 4 0 .750 0 1 Lost WC Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager
2016 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 6 9 1 .406       Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager
2017 Cincinnati Bengals NFL Principal Owner/President/General Manager 5 8 0 .385       Owner serves as team's de facto General Manager

 

That's an average (with rounding UP on the wins) of 7-9 over 27 years.

No playoff victories...

No hope...

 

LOSER!!!

 

So STFU about stupid ass stats that don't mean a damn thing.

The stats above should be the ONLY stats that matter when judging an Owner and a head coach.

 

Sorry USN.  We are not allowed to mention what has happened before this year.

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