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Old 01-08-2012   #41
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Not a big moment, but I'm gonna give credit to Joseph. He shut AJ Green down for the last 2 1/2 qtrs. Money well spent by Rick Smith and McNair. It feels good to have a true lockdown corner.
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Old 01-09-2012   #42
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Please... leave the Star Wars gimmicks at bay. The last time you dubbed a player, he busted badly.

Amobi-wan was it?

Not much you could do with "Amobi Okoye" so I plead guilty. It was either that or a play on the Nigerian Email Scammer.

In hindsight that probably would have been more accurate.

"Greetings! I am Amobi Okoye and I am currently a legendary NFL defensive lineman looking to deposit 10 million dollars in an account in the United States before the Houston Texans realize I've stolen it...."

But Watts catching that pass? I'm not going to whip up some pictures or anything but that was some wicked-fast stuff there. You gotta admit that it was closer to a Jedi move than anything Amobi ever did.
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Don't want to leave out Special Teams. Shout-out to them for keeping Cincy from getting anything going on kick and punt returns
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Watt and Foster were terrific. That 42 yard touchdown run was awesome, he keeps his balance, tight ropes the sideline while delivering a stiff arm. That was great, huge props to Jacoby for a great block.

Watt's pick 6 change the momentum of the entire game.

Really a total team effort, like I have been saying, some of the best team football I have ever seen.
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He doesn't get a lot of hype...but name a defensive player you would take over him right now from last years draft...maybe Von Miller? WE got a steal
I love Watt and wouldn`t trade him for anybody else... but Von Miller, Aldon Smith and Ryan Kerrigan all had great seasons and I still believe Peterson has a bright future. Watt might not be the best player out of this bunch - but with his combination of character, work ethic, motor, passion and skill and position of need, I am very glad we have him.
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We made plenty of mistakes starting with Arian's fumble. The Bengals simply did not capitalize. The Ravens defense will not fail there.
Hence the almost mistake free football. We did have few penalties on offense and that resulted in a sound offense.
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Not much you could do with "Amobi Okoye" so I plead guilty. It was either that or a play on the Nigerian Email Scammer.

In hindsight that probably would have been more accurate.

"Greetings! I am Amobi Okoye and I am currently a legendary NFL defensive lineman looking to deposit 10 million dollars in an account in the United States before the Houston Texans realize I've stolen it...."

But Watts catching that pass? I'm not going to whip up some pictures or anything but that was some wicked-fast stuff there. You gotta admit that it was closer to a Jedi move than anything Amobi ever did.
Lol, Watt was headed to the endzone before Amobi could come out of the 3-point stance!
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I love Watt and wouldn`t trade him for anybody else... but Von Miller, Aldon Smith and Ryan Kerrigan all had great seasons and I still believe Peterson has a bright future. Watt might not be the best player out of this bunch - but with his combination of character, work ethic, motor, passion and skill and position of need, I am very glad we have him.
Von Miller has been very good, no doubt. But in terms of longevity, I'll take Watt, personally. Great DEs stick around and stay great for 12+ years, and it's looking like Watt will be one of those guys. Just comes down to personal preference. Miller is an electric player, but Watt has the drive and motor that few possess in the NFL, and I'll take that every day.
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I think I'm pretty lucky that I didn't get the cops called on me for all the hollerin' I was doing after that play!!!!! Scared the hell outta my dog!!!
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I think I'm pretty lucky that I didn't get the cops called on me for all the hollerin' I was doing after that play!!!!! Scared the hell outta my dog!!!
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