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  1. TexanFanInCC

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    david carr has another poor outing vs the bengals??? do we hand the ball to ragone or banks??
     
  2. Runner

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    What happens if they give up 6 more sacks and rush for squat? Will the O-line still be playing well, it's all the running backs' fault?
     
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    It's time for a QB controversy in Houston if Carr plays below average again. I hope that Pendry puts Ragone in.

    If Ragone comes in and plays well then the worst that can happen is we have a tough decision to make in the offseason. Many good things could happen. Carr could come back after a few games and light it up. Ragone could get some trade value. Ragone could be better than Carr and we don't waster 8 million on Carr.

    If Ragone stinks it up then we might appreciate Carr more.
     
  4. beerlover

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    what happens if Carr plays great and the Texans surprise the Bungles in the Jungle? Is Pendry a genius? are the Bungles over rated and the Texans not as bad as everyone is saying? I would enjoy thinking about these questions more than the latter :homer:
     
  5. BengalStripes

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    I'll answer those for you.

    What if Carr plays great and the Texans beat the Bengals? Everyone calling for him to be benched today will be buying his jersey and saying "I NEVER LOST FAITH" after the game.

    Are the Bengals over rated? Um, No. They're good. Well, I guess it depends on where you have them rated. Are they a member of the elite yet? I don't think so. But they are a playoff caliber team.

    Are the Texans not as bad as everyone is saying? I'd agree. The Texans aren't that bad of a football team. Losses to the Bills and the Steelers - no reason to throw in the towel. I didn't see the games, but from what I've read on here they were ugly - real ugly. The talent is there, so maybe the guidance is what was missing. With the new OC, maybe you'll get that. It will likely take some time, though.
     
  6. JustBonee

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    Hello Cincinnati ! (from an ex-Ohioan)

    Here's to an entertaining game on Sunday. No injuries, no lead foot Texans, and no rap dances ... that's all I can ask for.

    Times have changed .. Is Mike Brown Sucks still on the net? I really used to enjoy that board. :tv: ..
    I know you are really dishing it out now, but I also remember very well when you could take it ... the humor never stops. :)
     
  7. MIGHTYTEX

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    What if I drink too much during the game, will I remember it?
     
  8. Exascor

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    Sure just choose your drink wisely. Too much Coke or Sprite might give you a little upset stomach but your memory will be just fine. :tomato:
     


  9. BengalStripes

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    If it's not, it should be.

    I still haven't forgiven him for the 15 years of **** I took for being a Bengals fan. I never lost my stripes, but I took some lashings. LMAO.
     
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    NO NO NO if that happens we might actually have a chance to WIN and im not willing to give up the lock we have on The number one pick next year.
     
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    http://www.network54.com/Forum/90650

    Haha!!! yes it is but mike brown isn't the focus anymore, theres more positive Bengal talk now except for one lone holdout named Falc
     
  12. awtysst

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    Nope.
     
  13. metalmike

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    Maybe if they bench Carr, maybe that will piss him off, and come back kicking ***. Remember when the Oilers started 0-4, benched Moon, came off the bench and beat New England, and then cleaned everybodies clock the rest of the REGULAR season going 12-4. I know that's really far fecthed for the Texans to accomplish. I just wanted to throw that out there. I say 6-10 this year if they start playing. Still want Capers and friends out of town. Go Texans, Astros, Longhorns, and Rockets !!!!!!!!!!!
     
  14. touttail

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    How many sons did Archie have? Just wondering if there are any more "Manning boys" out there?

    bobby 119C
     
  15. TheOgre

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    We find the culprit (O-line, Carr, receivers) and flog them. That is the answer.
     
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    Leave it to a Ogre to bring flogging into the picture-----LOL !


    bobby 119C :embarrass
     
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    Yes, Cooper Manning. I believe he played receiver in college and was injured. He is not in football.
     

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