Bengals' pre/post game perspective

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  1. Rey

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    I think I'm going to start posting threads like this...

    I always find it interesting to look at other teams perspectives...We tend to look at it from a Texan's centric point of view and mostly look at what we did right or wrong. I thin klooking at what the 'other guys' say keeps you somewhat grounded...


    PRE GAME Stuff:

    http://www.prosportsdaily.com/articles/zimmer-unhappy-over-lack-of-interceptions-600703.html

    http://news.cincinnati.com/article/...efining-game?odyssey=tab|topnews|text|Bengals
     
  2. Rey

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    Post Game Stuff from fans:

    ON YATES FAMILY:
    ON THE LATE PI CALL:--------------------------------------------------------

    SOMEONE STARTING A THREAD ABOUT BENGALS BEING LUCKY TO BE IN A CLOSE GAME:----------------------------------------------------------------------

    http://boards.bengals.com/forumdisplay.php?f=30
     
  3. thunderkyss

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    I feel sorry for the Bengals, because I like them. I'd like to see that young defense & that Dalton/Green tandem in the play-offs. I think that would be good for the NFL.

    They have their faith in their hands, they'll have to win out. They have the Rams on the road, then the Cardinals & Baltimore at home. Neither of those last two at home are going to be easy, but getting to the play-offs isn't supposed to be easy.

    As far as this quote goes:
    That's the kind of stuff he needs to keep in the locker room, I think. You never know how the players are going to react to hearing something like this in the press. IMO though, if they aren't responding well to you saying it in the locker room, then they aren't going to respond well hearing it in the press.

    On top of that, he's saying, "I'm going to tell them that today."

    Sorry, but you should have told them before you told some reporter... that's bad coaching, if you ask me.
     

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