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Old 01-05-2013, 07:34 PM   #91
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Dalton could have several TDs on the board if he was accurate with his deep passes.
agree. he's really struggled this game.
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Old 01-05-2013, 07:39 PM   #92
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The saddest thing from the Cincy/Houston game was seeing the great Earl Campbell on a walker like an 80 year old man, supposedly he was confined to a wheelchair for years. Earl Campbell gave it his all, what a great football player!!
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Old 01-05-2013, 07:41 PM   #93
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The second saddest thing is seeing how Marvin Lewis has lasted so long and hasn't even won a SINGLE playoff game as the Bengals HC.
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The saddest thing from the Cincy/Houston game was seeing the great Earl Campbell on a walker like an 80 year old man, supposedly he was confined to a wheelchair for years. Earl Campbell gave it his all, what a great football player!!
Yeah, I was thinking the same thing. Campbell was awesome to watch...but what a long-term price he paid.
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Bengals have had a decent team last 2 seasons but I don't see them ever being a true contender.
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Re: Around the NFL-Wild Card Weekend

Forgive me as I'm sure it's already been discussed, but do we want GB or Minn to win tonight? I heard that if GB won they'd play SF. Does that mean that if the 'Skins beat Seattle and GB wins we go to ATL?
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Forgive me as I'm sure it's already been discussed, but do we want GB or Minn to win tonight? I heard that if GB won they'd play SF. Does that mean that if the 'Skins beat Seattle and GB wins we go to ATL?
Rather play ATL in the redemption rematch.
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Wait I thought aikman and buck are doing the game tomorrow?
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Forgive me as I'm sure it's already been discussed, but do we want GB or Minn to win tonight? I heard that if GB won they'd play SF. Does that mean that if the 'Skins beat Seattle and GB wins we go to ATL?
Yes we would play Atlanta
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Rather play ATL in the redemption rematch.
Agreed. I recall playing the Dirty Birds fairly close until RG III got concussed. Would much rather play here in ATL than SF.
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That's what I thought I heard on the radio yesterday, that buck and aikman were doing our game.
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Old 01-05-2013, 08:51 PM   #102
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Webb is playing scared. You can tell he can't read defenses. (not well anyways)
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Webb is playing scared. You can tell he can't read defenses. (not well anyways)
How good would Minnesota be if they actually had a QB?? Scary
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Old 01-05-2013, 09:24 PM   #104
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This is why if you don't have a QB, you are pretty much wasting your time. Sure you might get lucky every now and then, but by in large, QB play dominates.
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And need a decent backup QB, Webb is making Ponder look like a Hall of Famer.
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