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post Sep 2 2015, 04:22 AM
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New season getting ready to start! Will Deflategate be settled? RG III? Johnny Football?

A lot of questions will be answered in the next 5 months.


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post Sep 14 2015, 05:21 AM
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Tony Romo saves the game for Dallas with last minute drive. Dallas 27, NYG 26.

Too much stress for this fan.


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post Sep 15 2015, 10:32 AM
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QUOTE(vomit @ Sep 14 2015, 06:21 AM) *
Tony Romo saves the game for Dallas with last minute drive. Dallas 27, NYG 26.

Too much stress for this fan.

Eli Manning gave the game to Romo by telling his RB not to score and then threw a int on 3rd down to save Romo time on the clock.

When is being up 10 with 1:50 on the clock not better than being up 6 with 1:40 on the clock ????????????????


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post Sep 27 2015, 06:06 PM
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How bout them Bengals!!!!!!!!!!!

3-0 baby!!!!!!!!

WHO DEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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post Sep 27 2015, 06:44 PM
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Big Ben - knee?


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post Oct 11 2015, 04:16 PM
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Bengals pull off the impossible against the so called Legion of Boom and come back from a 17point 4th quarter deficit to win 27-24 in OT!!!!!!!!!


5-0 BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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post Oct 17 2015, 12:54 PM
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I am sick of Jay Cutler already!!! yea yea he can beat bad teams, so what, what good does it do to win 7,8 or 9 games... NONE, why are we trying to win? STOP ALREADY.. come on John Fox, you know better than this!


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Bengals come back and beat both the Steelers and refs to go 7-0!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Another devastating lost by my Giants, 52-49 lost in New Orleans.


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Bengals now 8-0 and counting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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post Nov 9 2015, 01:17 AM
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Denver drops from the unbeaten - Peyton winless in Indy playing for Denver.


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Carolina and the Patriots are the only unbeaten teams in the NFL!

Will the meet in the Super Bowl? - still undefeated?


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post Nov 26 2015, 04:44 PM
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For Giants fans

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THAT IS FUNNY!!!!!!!!!!!!!HAHAHA


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Pats lose 2nd in a row!


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Pats lose 2nd in a row!

And that puts the 10-2 Bengals in the #1 spot in the AFC!!!

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Arizona 11-2 Beat Vikes


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Gnutella your reply in the long range winter thread showed maybe the only thing Bengals got away with (and honestly never knew happened) compared to the 5 or 6 things Pittsburgh got away with. It was so blatantly obvious the refs were bias toward Pitt. Shazier should have been flagged for leading with the crown of helmet to the head of Gio. Don't tell me Gio wasn't defenseless because that doesn't apply here. Bengals should still have had the ball there likely putting points on the board instead of Pitt getting the ball. And what about Joey Porter going out on the field to stir up trouble? That is supposed to be an automatic flag which would have offset Jones flag yet the refs chose to ignore that. NFL clearly had an agenda that day.
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Gnutella your reply in the long range winter thread showed maybe the only thing Bengals got away with (and honestly never knew happened) compared to the 5 or 6 things Pittsburgh got away with. It was so blatantly obvious the refs were bias toward Pitt. Shazier should have been flagged for leading with the crown of helmet to the head of Gio. Don't tell me Gio wasn't defenseless because that doesn't apply here. Bengals should still have had the ball there likely putting points on the board instead of Pitt getting the ball. And what about Joey Porter going out on the field to stir up trouble? That is supposed to be an automatic flag which would have offset Jones flag yet the refs chose to ignore that. NFL clearly had an agenda that day.


False, false and false. Right after A.J. Green scored the go-ahead TD that shouldn't have counted, Jeremy Hill starts taunting William Gay.



That should have been an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Hill. If that's not taunting, then there is no such thing. And later on, after Vontaze Burfict intercepted Landry Jones, three other players and an assistant coach ran with him into the tunnel, which should have been a delay of game penalty at the very least, if not another unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.

As for the fiasco at the end of the game, Dean Blandino, NFL Vice President of Officiating, said that assistant coaches shouldn't be on the field during injury timeouts, but also noted that anybody who shouldn't be on the field would have simply been asked to leave the field, and no flag would be thrown. The following is what he said, verbatim:

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"Well, assistant coaches shouldn't be on the field during an injury timeout. Medical staff, head coach can check on the welfare of a player, but we don't want assistant coaches out there. It happens, especially when there's the potential for a serious injury; we do, if we recognize it, not a flag thrown, but get that coach off of the field."


Watch this video from 0:26 to 0:46. And I believe him too, since I've literally never seen a flag thrown for that in the 23 years that I've watched the NFL. So no, it shouldn't have been an automatic flag.

And no, it wasn't Porter stirring up the trouble either. In fact, it was Wallace Gilberry who escalated the situation. Regardless of whether or not he should have been on the field, Joey Porter was with Antonio Brown, and he was beginning to walk off the field with Brown and the trainer, before Vontaze Burfict put his hand on Brown's shoulder and impeded the trainer. The trainer pushed Burfict away, and Porter made a brief comment to Burfict that didn't appear to involve any yelling or screaming. At that point, Gilberry took it upon himself to bump Porter in the back, separating him from Brown and the trainer, and pushing him into a group of Bengals. When he was surrounded by Bengals, his mouth literally did not open, let alone move, so there's no way he could have been inciting any of them. But that somehow didn't stop Pac-Man Jones from taking matters into his own hands and striking a referee in the process of doing...whatever the heck he was trying to do. That's what drew the flag, and I have no sympathy for him. You can verify everything I've just said at the link above.

So now we've established the following: 1) The Bengals got away with what should have been three penalties late in the game: a false start, unsportsmanlike conduct (taunting), and either a delay of game or another unsportsmanlike conduct. 2) Despite the fact that assistant coaches should not be on the field during an injury timeout, it is not a flaggable offense if they are, and it never has been; the assistant coaches are simply asked to leave the field if they don't belong there. 3) Joey Porter didn't speak to any Bengal other than Vontaze Burfict when he was on the field, even as the situation escalated. 4) Wallace Gilberry and Pac-Man Jones involved themselves in a situation that was none of their business, and they rightly paid the price for it.

I'll give you the Ryan Shazier hit; I was surprised that it wasn't flagged. But even if it was flagged, if there's no guarantee that Chris Boswell would make a 48-yard FG at the end of the game, then there's no guarantee that the Bengals would have scored a TD if they kept the ball after Shazier's hit. Plain and simple, the officiating wasn't nearly as one-sided as you claim it was. The Bengals imploded on their own.
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As far as the taunting goes, Pitt got away with that for the excessive celebration while Gio laid knocked out on the field so as far as i'm concerned we're even on that.

Porter was fined which tells me his actions should have drawn a flag which takes the ball back to midfield. With no timeouts left it would have been difficult to get into fg range and stop the clock with the defenders likely guarding the sidelines.

The biggest injustice was the Bryant "TD catch". The on field refs screwed that up. There is no way anyone will ever convince me he had complete control of the ball. That was a 3rd down play which means you got 4 more points than you should have which also makes a big difference on that last drive.
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