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utahmark
01-07-2012, 09:23 PM
http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20120107/SPT02/301070060/Bengals-fall-apart-second-half-blown-out-by-Texans


The ninth-year receiver and longest-tenured player with the Titans, who did not play in the first game due to a hamstring injury, had five receptions for 90 yards, including a 40-yard touchdown where he put a double move on Adam Jones to put the Texans up 24-10. Earlier in the drive, Crocker missed a chance to swing momentum back to the Bengals when he couldn’t come up with an interception after being wide open.

-- oh well, maybe they will learn it before next year.

Corrosion
01-07-2012, 09:25 PM
The announcers on tv called Schaub Schoob .... three times. :pop:

DocBar
01-07-2012, 09:28 PM
The announcers on tv called Schaub Schoob .... three times. :pop:That was pathetic.

utahmark
01-07-2012, 09:28 PM
The announcers on tv called Schaub Schoob .... three times. :pop:

I heard that.... Oh well, Schoob and the Titans gonna shock the world!

brakos82
01-07-2012, 09:31 PM
Think I'm glad I went to the bar for this one then. LOL

Though I was the only Texans fan there. No surprise. :spin: Only a couple Bengals fans though.

Texas T
01-07-2012, 09:43 PM
The announcers on tv called Schaub Schoob .... three times. :pop:

It took me a second to figure out who they were talking about (actually when they showed him on the screen). You'd think that they would get names right in a playoff game. Oh well...

NitroGSXR
01-07-2012, 09:49 PM
Schoob? Who cares. The only name they need to be talking about right now is TJ Yates.

DocBar
01-07-2012, 09:54 PM
Schoob? Who cares. The only name they need to be talking about right now is TJ Yates.If Schaub were throwing the ball, it would've been 31-10 by halftime. There IS a difference. I'm rooting as hard as anyone for the rook, but those are the facts.

NitroGSXR
01-07-2012, 10:15 PM
If Schaub were throwing the ball, it would've been 31-10 by halftime. There IS a difference. I'm rooting as hard as anyone for the rook, but those are the facts.

Ridiculous to call battle red predictions a fact. I also would much much rather have Schoob out there but he's not throwing the ball. Yates is and THAT'S a fact. Harping on the mis-pronouncation of a player who hasn't played in 2 months is misguided at best.

What upset me most was the way they kept dismissing our defensive plays as if Dalton made a mistake rather than being beastly plays such as Watt's pick-6 and the Manning int. The lack of performance credit is what should bother us, not the pronouncation of Schoob.

Corrosion
01-07-2012, 10:32 PM
Ridiculous to call battle red predictions a fact. I also would much much rather have Schoob out there but he's not throwing the ball. Yates is and THAT'S a fact. Harping on the mis-pronouncation of a player who hasn't played in 2 months is misguided at best.

What upset me most was the way they kept dismissing our defensive plays as if Dalton made a mistake rather than being beastly plays such as Watt's pick-6 and the Manning int. The lack of performance credit is what should bother us, not the pronouncation of Schoob.

Eh , the announcers said point blank that the Texans defensive front was controlling the game when they showed a shot of Watt and Antonio Smith on the sidelines - also gave Smith a heap of credit for making many of the plays others made possible.

utahmark
01-07-2012, 10:36 PM
Ridiculous to call battle red predictions a fact. I also would much much rather have Schoob out there but he's not throwing the ball. Yates is and THAT'S a fact. Harping on the mis-pronouncation of a player who hasn't played in 2 months is misguided at best.

What upset me most was the way they kept dismissing our defensive plays as if Dalton made a mistake rather than being beastly plays such as Watt's pick-6 and the Manning int. The lack of performance credit is what should bother us, not the pronouncation of Schoob.

I did'nt really get that feeling. On the Watt int. they specifically stated that there was'nt anything Dalton did wrong it was just a great play by Watt. Before the game I heard quite a bit about how improved the defense was. I was'nt real happy we got the least attractive time slot but if we keep winning the credit will come. I doubt if they will change the time slot of the superbowl to keep us out of the prime time slot.

To be honest I could care less if we get the credit or not it's interesting to note when we don't get credit or someone does'nt get our name right but ultimately it does'nt change my exitement level for this team one bit.

amazing80
01-07-2012, 11:06 PM
And the national disrespect continues......hopefully more fuel to our fire for next week, because I am sure EVERYONE will pick Baltimore in a landslide.

NitroGSXR
01-07-2012, 11:15 PM
I did'nt really get that feeling. On the Watt int. they specifically stated that there was'nt anything Dalton did wrong it was just a great play by Watt. Before the game I heard quite a bit about how improved the defense was. I was'nt real happy we got the least attractive time slot but if we keep winning the credit will come. I doubt if they will change the time slot of the superbowl to keep us out of the prime time slot.

To be honest I could care less if we get the credit or not it's interesting to note when we don't get credit or someone does'nt get our name right but ultimately it does'nt change my exitement level for this team one bit.

Not exactly. The Watt pick-6 was dismissed as a Dalton mistake until the halftime show. It was then that they gave Watt the proper credit.