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  1. Star says:

    I could read a book about this without finnidg such real-world approaches!

  2. Nelda says:

    The epxtersie shines through. Thanks for taking the time to answer.

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    JT I couldn’t agree more, I’ve very excited about the season. An impressive win against the Steelers, paired with an impressive win against the Packers. Both games were not impressive in the fact that the Bengals dominated the other team, they were close games and the Bengals were lucky to win them. They were impressive because the Bengals were able to bounce back from many setbacks and pull through for the win. This is something we have not seen from the Bengals in a very long time. Last year or the year before that, this team would have folded. The Bengals need to hold it together, stay healthy and keep improving, they can not afford a letdown. Things look pretty good this week for the Fans, but lose against the Browns and people will jump off the bandwagon in droves. Going into the season, I thought the Bengals offense would return to 2005 form and the improved defense will take them to an 11-5 record. After the opening day loss, I thought maybe 8-8. Looking ahead, they have 5 games they are supposed to win, Browns (2), Raiders, Lions, Chiefs. The fact that they beat the Steelers and Packers, they can beat anyone, but they were shaky, so I’ll guess 4-4 for the other 8 tough games, plus I have to say at least 1 of the 5 other games will be a loss. This would put the Bengals at a very realistic 10-6. If they continue to struggle and don’t improve they still could very easily go 7-9, but if they improve, eliminate mistakes, and stay healthy we could see this team finish as high as 13-3. Remember too, Andre Smith may eventually be an upgrade RT which would go a long way to help this offense, the running game, the passing game and the defense too.

  5. Shashi says:

    5 of the final 8 games are at home! That sure helps!But also, 5 of the last 8 games are against 3 of the AFC's best teams Pitt, Pitt, Balt, Balt, Houston. Thank the sudchele gods that these games come in the back half, AFTER Dalton & Co. get the practice/experience they need for these games. It looks like Cincy will be ready for these games. The way the rest of the AFC is beating each other up, 10 wins might be good for a wild card. So Cincy has every advantage they could ask for at this point.

  6. Cyelii says:

    JT I couldn’t agree more, I’ve very excited about the season. An impressive win against the Steelers, paired with an impressive win against the Packers. Both games were not impressive in the fact that the Bengals dominated the other team, they were close games and the Bengals were lucky to win them. They were impressive because the Bengals were able to bounce back from many setbacks and pull through for the win. This is something we have not seen from the Bengals in a very long time. Last year or the year before that, this team would have folded. The Bengals need to hold it together, stay healthy and keep improving, they can not afford a letdown. Things look pretty good this week for the Fans, but lose against the Browns and people will jump off the bandwagon in droves. Going into the season, I thought the Bengals offense would return to 2005 form and the improved defense will take them to an 11-5 record. After the opening day loss, I thought maybe 8-8. Looking ahead, they have 5 games they are supposed to win, Browns (2), Raiders, Lions, Chiefs. The fact that they beat the Steelers and Packers, they can beat anyone, but they were shaky, so I’ll guess 4-4 for the other 8 tough games, plus I have to say at least 1 of the 5 other games will be a loss. This would put the Bengals at a very realistic 10-6. If they continue to struggle and don’t improve they still could very easily go 7-9, but if they improve, eliminate mistakes, and stay healthy we could see this team finish as high as 13-3. Remember too, Andre Smith may eventually be an upgrade RT which would go a long way to help this offense, the running game, the passing game and the defense too.

  7. online colleges says:

    that, I’m very encouraged by Palmer. Yes he’s made some early mistakes this year, causing some to question if he still has “it”. But he has delivered 3 clutch drives in 3 games. At the risk of stating the ridiculously obvious, Palmer makes this team, on both sides of the ball. The poise he has when the pressure is elevated has a rallying effect on the team. With him in the game, we can be down, but not out. The whole team I think has bought into the fact that he can go get those points when need be. So what you see is everyone playing 100%, even if the chips are down, even after a miserable first half in the Pittsburgh game, because of their confidence in him. The season is still early. There are still plenty of areas for improvement. We need to focus on putting Cleveland down before we start thinking of the Ravens. The Browns game needs to be a statement game for us. Another nail biter finish and you have to wonder if we are truly a contender or just another pretender. Put them down hard and fast. Then lets talk about the Ravens.

  8. online colleges says:

    Checking out the recaps/box scores of the previous weeks, the Ravens sound kind of like the Steelers. They have become a passing team, but they have not struggled to run, they just don’t run as much. Their defense has stopped the run pretty well, but has been pretty bad against the pass. The Ravens have done much better overall, but they played the Chiefs, Chargers, and Browns while the Steelers have played the Titans, Bears, and Bengals. The Chargers defense has struggled, so if the Bengals can do what the Chargers offense did and thier defense can stop the Ravens, then the Bengals could win that game. Only time will tell, but first, the Bengals have to beat the Browns.

  9. Sequoia says:

    Checking out the recaps/box scores of the previous weeks, the Ravens sound kind of like the Steelers. They have become a passing team, but they have not struggled to run, they just don’t run as much. Their defense has stopped the run pretty well, but has been pretty bad against the pass. The Ravens have done much better overall, but they played the Chiefs, Chargers, and Browns while the Steelers have played the Titans, Bears, and Bengals. The Chargers defense has struggled, so if the Bengals can do what the Chargers offense did and thier defense can stop the Ravens, then the Bengals could win that game. Only time will tell, but first, the Bengals have to beat the Browns.

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    Carson’s play is almost panicky, and I think that requires either real or cosmetic improvements to the offensive line so that his mind settles down. Andre isn’t coming along as quickly as his paycheck would suggest, and I’m worried that Anthony Collins hasn’t shown himself good enough to move Whitworth back to his natural LG position. While I know this will never happen, were I the king of the Bengals (because there is no GM position), I’d pull Big Willie out of retirement, and have Andre start being the primary backup for both RG and RT, to see if he’ll pan out as a starting tackle, or serve to eventually replace Bobbie Williams when he decides to retire (and I mean eventually). At the very least, I’d pay for Big Willie to bring back the ole’ shovel for a motivational speech. To induce T.O. to fight for the ball (as you’ve pointed out, a trait OchoCinco has over him), I’d parcel out that last million in incentives (that is definitely unreachable at this rate) to YAC, which we know is his strength. $1,500 or $2,000 each YAC seems about right to me.Thoughts?

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    Not sure I’d call them ‘fresh’ and ‘healthy’. Benson’s suspended; Maualuga, Howard and Rivers are hurt or hurting or recovering or who knows where they are or what’s going on; A.Smith is apparently not 100%. All standout players this year with the exception of Rivers. It’s the one thing about football I’ll never understand: how these guys seem to get hurt between games when you’re going at half-speed and limited contact. Did any of these guys get hurt in game action? It’s a mystery to me. Sunday post-game, “Everyone’s fine.” Thursday, “Questionable.” Smh.I always think of J.Joseph when I talk about this. I had no idea what he was doing between games but he’d always end up on the injury report without explanation. He’d usually play but… man, still frustrating. I have no idea what you’re doing on Mondays and Tuesdays, dude, but… STOP! For the love of God! He’s gone now but it looks like he’s passed that torch to Crocker, who hasn’t skipped a beat. Bravo! Questionable, Doubtful, here we come!

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    Not sure I’d call them ‘fresh’ and ‘healthy’. Benson’s suspended; Maualuga, Howard and Rivers are hurt or hurting or recovering or who knows where they are or what’s going on; A.Smith is apparently not 100%. All standout players this year with the exception of Rivers. It’s the one thing about football I’ll never understand: how these guys seem to get hurt between games when you’re going at half-speed and limited contact. Did any of these guys get hurt in game action? It’s a mystery to me. Sunday post-game, “Everyone’s fine.” Thursday, “Questionable.” Smh.I always think of J.Joseph when I talk about this. I had no idea what he was doing between games but he’d always end up on the injury report without explanation. He’d usually play but… man, still frustrating. I have no idea what you’re doing on Mondays and Tuesdays, dude, but… STOP! For the love of God! He’s gone now but it looks like he’s passed that torch to Crocker, who hasn’t skipped a beat. Bravo! Questionable, Doubtful, here we come!

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