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Hookem Horns
01-05-2012, 02:41 AM
I just heard that the Bengals have NEVER won a road playoff game in their history? Is that true?

OK, if so the Texans have never won a playoff game period so Saturday will be a first no matter what.

The Bengals last playoff win was in 1991 and that was against our Houston Oilers 41-14. Ironically we didn't have our starting QB that game either. Moon was out and Carlson played.

Maybe those tidbits have been brought up in other threads and I apologize if so. I just thought that was some interesting stuff.

Allstar
01-05-2012, 03:37 AM
First time ever 2 rookie QBs meet in the playoffs, neither of the two are first round picks either!

Lucky
01-05-2012, 07:44 AM
I just heard that the Bengals have NEVER won a road playoff game in their history? Is that true?

True. 0-4 all-time.

TejasTom
01-05-2012, 08:04 AM
True. 0-4 all-time.

Let's go make it 0 - 5.

DexmanC
01-05-2012, 09:14 AM
Let's go make it 0 - 5.

The Texans allowed a 1-win team to beat them, the first in NFL history to beat a team with
10 or more wins. This team needs a swift kick in the ass before Saturday.

TheCD
01-05-2012, 09:19 AM
True. 0-4 all-time.

Unfortunately, this means we're screwed. The Texans are adept at fixing other teams' "problems" such as this one and getting into the embarassing side of the record book as "the first team to ever allow...".

This game just keeps worrying me more and more...

Ole Miss Texan
01-05-2012, 10:00 AM
First time ever 2 rookie QBs meet in the playoffs, neither of the two are first round picks either!
Wow, that's cool!
Let's go make it 0 - 5.
Heck yea!!
The Texans allowed a 1-win team to beat them, the first in NFL history to beat a team with
10 or more wins. This team needs a swift kick in the ass before Saturday.
That loss stinks, doesn't it!? A 10+ win team had faced a 1 win team only 18 times in the history of the league though. Still 18-0 is a damn good record.

bckey
01-05-2012, 12:31 PM
The Texans allowed a 1-win team to beat them, the first in NFL history to beat a team with
10 or more wins. This team needs a swift kick in the ass before Saturday.

Starting with Kubiak.