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UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 12:47 PM
We have successfully stolen your identity and left you as a shell of your former selves! Don't feel too bad though, we did the same to the Ravens! The morphing is complete! We are now the owners of the AFC North SuperBowl formula! Pound the ball, play great defense, and control the clock! Who Dey my black n gold friends, Who Dey!!!:oops:

Christian Snyder
12-03-2009, 12:55 PM
WE DEY!:tt05:

gameface75
12-03-2009, 01:00 PM
When did you dey win a superbowl.

gameface75
12-03-2009, 01:02 PM
It will be another flash in the pan appearance for the bengals then poof your back to wait till next year.

Christian Snyder
12-03-2009, 01:02 PM
When did you dey win a superbowl.
They've lost 2!

stlrtruck
12-03-2009, 01:04 PM
We have successfully stolen your identity and left you as a shell of your former selves! Don't feel too bad though, we did the same to the Ravens! The morphing is complete! We are now the owners of the AFC North SuperBowl formula! Pound the ball, play great defense, and control the clock! Who Dey my black n gold friends, Who Dey!!!:oops:

This is your second successful season in how many years and you're claiming that the bungals have stoeln our identity?

Holy smoking ashes batman - what the hell did you smoke this morning before posting this jibberish?

Look :troll: when your team can successfully win playoff games more often than not, then come back and talk about stolen identities. OH wait that would also mean the Steelers would have to sink to the basement longer than a year too.

The only morphing that is complete is that you went from idiot to TIMMAH rambling! :toofunny:

MasterOfPuppets
12-03-2009, 01:16 PM
you should really wait till you actually win something before you run your manpleaser... :popcorn:

RoethlisBURGHer
12-03-2009, 01:18 PM
you should really wait till you actually win something before you run your manpleaser... :popcorn:

:rofl: If he did that, then he wouldn't be a troll!

fansince'76
12-03-2009, 01:20 PM
Funny, seeing how you haven't won jack shit. :coffee:

MACH1
12-03-2009, 01:36 PM
BUNGALS

http://thelandryhat.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/empty-case.jpg





STEELERS

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/images/200903/0317seenireland19_500.jpg

come back when you have at least one of these.

Nadroj 20
12-03-2009, 01:45 PM
Where do they come from?

They havent done anything yet, just wait they'll dissapoint you once again.

JohnJohnson
12-03-2009, 01:51 PM
The Ravens set the standard for defense, and in a year or two they'll set the division standard for offense. As for now, don't bungle it like you did against the Raiders. Steelers, try not to lose to teams like the Bears and Chiefs if you want to be in the conversation.

fansince'76
12-03-2009, 01:59 PM
The Ravens set the standard for defense, and in a year or two they'll set the division standard for offense.

Laughable. What color is the sky in your world? :toofunny: :toofunny: :toofunny:

Nadroj 20
12-03-2009, 02:01 PM
Laughable. What color is the sky in your world? :toofunny: :toofunny: :toofunny:

YELLOW :toofunny: :toofunny: :toofunny: :toofunny:

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 02:13 PM
This is your second successful season in how many years and you're claiming that the bungals have stoeln our identity?

Holy smoking ashes batman - what the hell did you smoke this morning before posting this jibberish?

Look :troll: when your team can successfully win playoff games more often than not, then come back and talk about stolen identities. OH wait that would also mean the Steelers would have to sink to the basement longer than a year too.

The only morphing that is complete is that you went from idiot to TIMMAH rambling! :toofunny:

This coming from a guy whose team is on the playoff bubble, got beat twice buy the Cats, can't find an offensive identity, can't stop anyone in the 4th quarter, and whose team is rapidly losing faith in Ben Rapistberger!! You guys look more like the old Bungles, than the defending world champs!!!:hatsoff:

Nadroj 20
12-03-2009, 02:13 PM
This coming from a guy whose team is on the playoff bubble, got beat twice buy the Cats, can't find an offensive identity, can't stop anyone in the 4th quarter, and whose team is rapidly losing faith in Ben Rapistberger!! You guys look more like the old Bugles, than the defending world champs!!!:hatsoff:

Goodbye :wave:

Fact is we are the world champs and you know you wouldnt want to see us in the playoffs so why dont you leave us alone and go back to hoping the Steelers dont make the playoffs so that your team has a better chance....

Christian Snyder
12-03-2009, 02:15 PM
This coming from a guy whose team is on the playoff bubble, got beat twice buy the Cats, can't find an offensive identity, can't stop anyone in the 4th quarter, and whose team is rapidly losing faith in Ben Rapistberger!! You guys look more like the old Bungles, than the defending world champs!!!:hatsoff:
Yeah, 6-5 is just horrific.... You need to remember '05 when we went 9-7 and STILL WON THE SB! We also beat the Bengals in the playoffs that year.


BTW, Goodbye.

fansince'76
12-03-2009, 02:16 PM
This coming from a guy whose team is on the playoff bubble, got beat twice buy the Cats, can't find an offensive identity, can't stop anyone in the 4th quarter, and whose team is rapidly losing faith in Ben Rapistberger!! You guys look more like the old Bungles, than the defending world champs!!!:hatsoff:

Nope, we won't suck for 15+ years consecutively. 6-5 is a hell of a lot better than 4-11-1, like last year. And you'll jump right back on the Colts bandwagon next year when the Bengals go right back to sucking ass again.

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 02:20 PM
BUNGALS

http://thelandryhat.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/empty-case.jpg





STEELERS

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/images/200903/0317seenireland19_500.jpg

come back when you have at least one of these.

No problem baby, see ya in February!!! Can't you bring yourself to give the Cats some love? Come on, you know you want to!! Seriously though, you guys will probably still wind up with a wildcard, and then anything can happen! One thing I know for sure, the AFC North is THEE toughest division in football!!!

JohnJohnson
12-03-2009, 02:22 PM
Yeah, I'm sure the Bengals are really scared of an inconsistent Steelers team that they beat twice, and that lost to the Bears and the Chiefs. Then again, the Bengals did go to OT with the Browns and lose to the Raiders, so it could be a toss up.

fansince'76
12-03-2009, 02:25 PM
Yeah, I'm sure the Bengals are really scared of an inconsistent Steelers team that they beat twice, and that lost to the Bears and the Chiefs. Then again, the Bengals did go to OT with the Browns and lose to the Raiders, so it could be a toss up.

They swept you too, so why you still talking?

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 02:25 PM
The Ravens set the standard for defense, and in a year or two they'll set the division standard for offense. As for now, don't bungle it like you did against the Raiders. Steelers, try not to lose to teams like the Bears and Chiefs if you want to be in the conversation.

Don't mention the Raiders game!!!!:mad:That was just a bad dream???:flap:

GoSlash27
12-03-2009, 02:26 PM
I say let the Bengals fanboi gloat. The Bungles haven't won enough for us to expect him to handle this situation properly.
Let him have his moment in the sun before they go back to their usual losing ways. His jersey doesn't get much sunlight... :coffee:

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 02:29 PM
I say let the Bengals fanboi gloat. The Bungles haven't won enough for us to expect him to handle this situation properly.
Let him have his moment in the sun before they go back to their usual losing ways. His jersey doesn't get much sunlight... :coffee:

Yeah, let a guy dream!!! This could however be one dream that comes true??:noidea:

SteelCityMom
12-03-2009, 02:29 PM
The Bengals have had a great season, good for them. Bragging before you've actually won something is just silly IMO.

Where were all you silly trash talkers last year BTW? You act like just because the Steelers aren't having a blowout season that the team isn't ever going to be dominant in the division again...when history clearly proves otherwise.

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 02:31 PM
By the way, off the topic, but I really like the setup, look and features of this site! You guys have a good thing goin here!!:drink:

JohnJohnson
12-03-2009, 02:32 PM
History like the Cowboys history? How have they done in the last decade?

Indo
12-03-2009, 02:34 PM
Did you actually just compare the Cowboys and the other "JJ" to the Steelers and the Rooneys?

:toofunny:

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 02:37 PM
The Bengals have had a great season, good for them. Bragging before you've actually won something is just silly IMO.

Where were all you silly trash talkers last year BTW? You act like just because the Steelers aren't having a blowout season that the team isn't ever going to be dominant in the division again...when history clearly proves otherwise.

Listen, being a diehard Bengals fan is a true test of one's resolve, mental toughness, and loyalty. It's like marrying a really ugly women, and choosing to look at her everyday with the lights on for the last 20 years!!! Hell, we cheer for first downs in practice!!! But, I have been verey impressed with what we've accomplished this year, and do believe we have taken a page from the Steeler/Raven playbook. :thumbsup:

SteelMember
12-03-2009, 02:38 PM
Who dey?

:huh:

The Saints

SteelCityMom
12-03-2009, 02:42 PM
Listen, being a diehard Bengals fan is a true test of one's resolve, mental toughness, and loyalty. It's like marrying a really ugly women, and choosing to look at her everyday with the lights on for the last 20 years!!! Hell, we cheer for first downs in practice!!! But, I have been verey impressed with what we've accomplished this year, and do believe we have taken a page from the Steeler/Raven playbook. :thumbsup:

Oh believe me, I know it...I've been a Pens fan since I was 7. I remember years when going .500 was a big freaking deal.

All joking aside, I do hope the Bengals turn things around for the long haul. A lot of people in the past have given the Steelers flack for playing in a weak division because of the Browns and Bengals (and some years the Ravens too), I'd love nothing more to be one of, if not the toughest division to play in. Now if we could just do something about the damn Browns lol.

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 02:44 PM
Oh believe me, I know it...I've been a Pens fan since I was 7. I remember years when going .500 was a big freaking deal.

All joking aside, I do hope the Bengals turn things around for the long haul. A lot of people in the past have given the Steelers flack for playing in a weak division because of the Browns and Bengals (and some years the Ravens too), I'd love nothing more to be one of, if not the toughest division to play in. Now if we could just do something about the damn Browns lol.

Come on Brownies!!!:tt03:

RoethlisBURGHer
12-03-2009, 03:07 PM
Come on Brownies!!!:tt03:

it would take an act of God to make the Browns decent, and I don't think He has it in Him.

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 03:09 PM
it would take an act of God to make the Browns decent, and I don't think He has it in Him.

LOL, Well, he does have eternity, right?:drink:

stlrtruck
12-03-2009, 03:46 PM
This coming from a guy whose team is on the playoff bubble, got beat twice buy the Cats, can't find an offensive identity, can't stop anyone in the 4th quarter, and whose team is rapidly losing faith in Ben Rapistberger!! You guys look more like the old Bungles, than the defending world champs!!!:hatsoff:

I noticed how you failed to mention that it's also coming from a guy whose team just WON THEIR SIXTH SUPER BOWL. Funny how you leave the important things out of the loop. BTW, how many super bowls have the bungals won?

No problem baby, see ya in February!!! Can't you bring yourself to give the Cats some love? Come on, you know you want to!! Seriously though, you guys will probably still wind up with a wildcard, and then anything can happen! One thing I know for sure, the AFC North is THEE toughest division in football!!! I'll give the bungals credit when they can do it consistantly. Unless you consider once every 4-5 years consistant? At least the ratbirds play us tough regardless of their record and for that I can give them props.


Yeah, I'm sure the Bengals are really scared of an inconsistent Steelers team that they beat twice, and that lost to the Bears and the Chiefs. Then again, the Bengals did go to OT with the Browns and lose to the Raiders, so it could be a toss up. You mean how similar last year that the ratbirds weren't scared of a Steelers team that had already beaten them twice?

Listen, being a diehard Bengals fan is a true test of one's resolve, mental toughness, and loyalty. It's like marrying a really ugly women, and choosing to look at her everyday with the lights on for the last 20 years!!! Hell, we cheer for first downs in practice!!! But, I have been verey impressed with what we've accomplished this year, and do believe we have taken a page from the Steeler/Raven playbook. :thumbsup: Or being a diehard bungals fan could be a true test the lack of connecting synopsis in the brain. You guys haven't take a page from anything. They were finally able to get all that talent to play together in a complete season. For the first time since what 2005? The bungals have proven they can't handle success and I truly believe that once the playoffs begin you'll find the bungals right where they belong - knocked out in a one and done. Maybe they'll surprise me, doubtful, but there is hope for them and their fans.

My guarentee is that they don't make it the Super Bowl. It's too much pressure for them now and they'll collapse.




Wow, beating up on two :troll:s in one thread! Doesn't bring a better ending to the day. :thumbsup: :toofunny:

MasterOfPuppets
12-03-2009, 04:12 PM
.:coffee:

JohnJohnson
12-03-2009, 05:09 PM
"You mean how similar last year that the ratbirds weren't scared of a Steelers team that had already beaten them twice?" - Moron

Wow, Steelers fans really are idiots. You can't even make a simple analogy correctly? What you should have said was:
"You mean how last year the Steelers weren't scared of a beaten up Ravens team that they had already beaten twice," which I would agree with...the Ravens, on the other hand, WERE concerned about the game, because the Steelers were coming off a bye week, were playing at home, and had beaten them twice during the regular season.

Similarly, if the Steelers make it to the playoffs, the Bengals will have the upper hand and will not be scared of a team they swept. Only arrogant Steelers fans think otherwise.

NEPAsteeler
12-03-2009, 05:28 PM
One good season and it goes to their heads. Amazing. Then again, I wouldn't expect anything less. :coffee:

It's not how you start the season, it's how you finish.

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 09:35 PM
One good season and it goes to their heads. Amazing. Then again, I wouldn't expect anything less. :coffee:

It's not how you start the season, it's how you finish.

One good season to a Bengals fan is like free Viagra to an 88 year old pervert, we get really EXCITED!:flap:But you're right, it doesn't mean anything if we fall short of the SuperBowl! That's what it's all about! If we do get there, maybe the third times a charm. We lost two very close ones to the great Joe Montana!!

smokin3000gt
12-03-2009, 09:49 PM
The Ravens set the standard for defense, and in a year or two they'll set the division standard for offense. As for now, don't bungle it like you did against the Raiders. Steelers, try not to lose to teams like the Bears and Chiefs if you want to be in the conversation.

The 'standard' didn't look so great last year 0 - 3

You beat us in OT with a 3rd string, two snap QB for god sakes and your thumping your chest? Go pound sand, clam juice

stillers4me
12-03-2009, 10:04 PM
Welcome to a day in the life of stillers4me.

devilsdancefloor
12-03-2009, 10:34 PM
"You mean how similar last year that the ratbirds weren't scared of a Steelers team that had already beaten them twice?" - Moron

Wow, Steelers fans really are idiots. You can't even make a simple analogy correctly? What you should have said was:
"You mean how last year the Steelers weren't scared of a beaten up Ravens team that they had already beaten twice," which I would agree with...the Ravens, on the other hand, WERE concerned about the game, because the Steelers were coming off a bye week, were playing at home, and had beaten them twice during the regular season.

Similarly, if the Steelers make it to the playoffs, the Bengals will have the upper hand and will not be scared of a team they swept. Only arrogant Steelers fans think otherwise.

in this situation i think we can be just a tad bit arrogant and c0cky. Sorry this steelers team has been there done that. What has either the bungles OR the ratbirds done the past 5 or 6 years? :hatsoff: to the bungles they are playig good ball at the moment. the ratbirds are very inconsistant you keep telling us how the steelers are, but neglect to look at the ratbirds.

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 10:49 PM
in this situation i think we can be just a tad bit arrogant and c0cky. Sorry this steelers team has been there done that. What has either the bungles OR the ratbirds done the past 5 or 6 years? :hatsoff: to the bungles they are playig good ball at the moment. the ratbirds are very inconsistant you keep telling us how the steelers are, but neglect to look at the ratbirds.

If you notice, I didn't say the Bengals were trying to copy the Ravens formula, because they are to inconsistent. Great one year, down the next. We want to duplicate the Steeler model of consistency. We have a lot of work to do, but this year is a good start.

JohnJohnson
12-03-2009, 11:01 PM
You'll all see, the golden era of Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens is coming soon.

UltimateBengal
12-03-2009, 11:06 PM
You'll all see, the golden era of Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens is coming soon.

But not soon enough to matter this year!:thumbsup:

JohnJohnson
12-03-2009, 11:22 PM
But not soon enough to matter this year!:thumbsup:

Wouldn't count anyone out yet...:wink02:

fansince'76
12-03-2009, 11:44 PM
You'll all see, the golden era of Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens is coming soon.

Good Lord, you're a douche. :coffee:

MACH1
12-03-2009, 11:49 PM
You'll all see, the golden girls that are Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens is coming soon.

http://tsanda.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/gg1.jpg

JohnJohnson
12-03-2009, 11:58 PM
Good Lord, you're a douche. :coffee:

fansince'76 -----> :blah::monkey:

stlrtruck
12-04-2009, 08:19 AM
"You mean how similar last year that the ratbirds weren't scared of a Steelers team that had already beaten them twice?" - Moron

Wow, Steelers fans really are idiots. You can't even make a simple analogy correctly? What you should have said was:
"You mean how last year the Steelers weren't scared of a beaten up Ravens team that they had already beaten twice," which I would agree with...the Ravens, on the other hand, WERE concerned about the game, because the Steelers were coming off a bye week, were playing at home, and had beaten them twice during the regular season.

Similarly, if the Steelers make it to the playoffs, the Bengals will have the upper hand and will not be scared of a team they swept. Only arrogant Steelers fans think otherwise.


I see complete comprehension is not within your understanding. My statement was made correctly for those who understand the situation. Here let me dumb it down for you.

I'm pretty certain, by all the pre-game chatter that took place last year before the AFCCG that the ratbirds were not in anyway scared of the Steelers. And I feel pretty confident that should the Steelers get a third shot at the bungals that they too will not be scared of them. Especially considering it was more the Steelers beating themselves than the bungals doing anything to win the game (other than hold on).

And to correct you, the Steelers were not coming off a BYE week for the AFCCG. They had played the chargers the week before. But hey don't let relevant facts like the schedule get in the way of your argument.

Anything else you'd like to get PWNED on?

HometownGal
12-04-2009, 08:24 AM
"You mean how similar last year that the ratbirds weren't scared of a Steelers team that had already beaten them twice?" - Moron

Wow, Steelers fans really are idiots. You can't even make a simple analogy correctly? What you should have said was:
"You mean how last year the Steelers weren't scared of a beaten up Ravens team that they had already beaten twice," which I would agree with...the Ravens, on the other hand, WERE concerned about the game, because the Steelers were coming off a bye week, were playing at home, and had beaten them twice during the regular season.

Similarly, if the Steelers make it to the playoffs, the Bengals will have the upper hand and will not be scared of a team they swept. Only arrogant Steelers fans think otherwise.

http://bp1.blogger.com/_s6Ofh7u9lF0/R1_qSTzLiSI/AAAAAAAAAkA/uUu_eIaUZrU/s400/retard.internet.jpg

BigBen'sSwagger
12-04-2009, 09:28 AM
LOL Oh man this is funny stuff. Thanks for making starting my day off with a laugh. Bungles LOL

Christian Snyder
12-04-2009, 10:11 AM
You'll all see, the golden era of Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens is coming soon.
Geez, I didn't know that 2040 was coming soon???? I thought it was still 2009?

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 11:29 AM
I see complete comprehension is not within your understanding. My statement was made correctly for those who understand the situation. Here let me dumb it down for you.

I'm pretty certain, by all the pre-game chatter that took place last year before the AFCCG that the ratbirds were not in anyway scared of the Steelers. And I feel pretty confident that should the Steelers get a third shot at the bungals that they too will not be scared of them. Especially considering it was more the Steelers beating themselves than the bungals doing anything to win the game (other than hold on).

And to correct you, the Steelers were not coming off a BYE week for the AFCCG. They had played the chargers the week before. But hey don't let relevant facts like the schedule get in the way of your argument.

Anything else you'd like to get PWNED on?


"Especially considering it was more the Steelers beating themselves than the bungals doing anything to win the game (other than hold on)."

BWAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!! Talk about excuses, whining, denial, all the things you normally say about Raven fans. Bengals just held on and Steelers beat themselves? At least the Ravens can admit when a team is good, you guys are pathetic.

The Steelers were still coming off a week of rest that the banged up Ravens hadn't had for 17 weeks, you know damn well what I meant. That is not an excuse, that is something that people took into consideration when thinking about the game.

Anything else dillweed?

stlrtruck -----> :doh::monkey:

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 11:33 AM
Geez, I didn't know that 2040 was coming soon???? I thought it was still 2009?

HAHAHA, HILARIOUS!!! :chuckle:

By 2040, Flacco and Rice will be in the hall of fame, and Roethlisberger won't know what his name is.

Nadroj 20
12-04-2009, 11:36 AM
"Especially considering it was more the Steelers beating themselves than the bungals doing anything to win the game (other than hold on)."

BWAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!! Talk about excuses, whining, denial, all the things you normally say about Raven fans. Bengals just held on and Steelers beat themselves? At least the Ravens can admit when a team is good, you guys are pathetic.

The Steelers were still coming off a week of rest that the banged up Ravens hadn't had for 17 weeks, you know damn well what I meant. That is not an excuse, that is something that people took into consideration when thinking about the game.

Anything else dillweed?

stlrtruck -----> :doh::monkey:

Both games were close against the Bengals and in both games the Steelers made mistake that otherwise would have allowed them to win the game its not an excuse its true. The steelers made mistake that yes the bengals took advantage of.

He wasnt making an excuse he was pointing out something that is very true, in no way am i saying the bengals got lucky because football is a game of mistakes and the bengals took adavantage of the Steelers, if Steelers play the way everyone here knows they can bengals arent put into situations to win.

fansince'76
12-04-2009, 11:37 AM
BWAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!! Talk about excuses, whining, denial, all the things you normally say about Raven fans. Bengals just held on and Steelers beat themselves? At least the Ravens can admit when a team is good, you guys are pathetic.

Way to overgeneralize.

Now what's your excuse? :coffee:

None, we got beat straight up.

I don't make excuses for losses - excuses are for pussies. Y'know, like you.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 11:47 AM
Way to overgeneralize.



I don't make excuses for losses - excuses are for pussies. Y'know, like you.


Oh yeah, as if all of you don't overgeneralize when you talk about other fans and things you know nothing about. All I hear is you people spewing BS about the Ravens and their fans, but you pull the exact same shit, if not worse.

Lame.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 11:56 AM
Both games were close against the Bengals and in both games the Steelers made mistake that otherwise would have allowed them to win the game its not an excuse its true. The steelers made mistake that yes the bengals took advantage of.

He wasnt making an excuse he was pointing out something that is very true, in no way am i saying the bengals got lucky because football is a game of mistakes and the bengals took adavantage of the Steelers, if Steelers play the way everyone here knows they can bengals arent put into situations to win.


You could say the exact same thing about the first Bengals Ravens game, or the Titans come back this week, or the missed FG in the Ravens at Vikings game. The fact that the Bengals swept the division should say something to you idiot Steelers fans, that your team is not just handing losses out, you're LOSING. You had your rematch, at home, and you blew it. You don't cut anyone else any slack when the Steelers win, so why should anyone care about your BS? If the Steelers play to their potential and no one else does, then they win. Wow, really substantive statement there.

Dino 6 Rings
12-04-2009, 11:56 AM
Read the Signature then get back to me.

Dino 6 Rings
12-04-2009, 11:57 AM
Read it too, don't just glance at it, Read it and Say it out loud as you read it. Let it sink in.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 12:15 PM
Read the Signature then get back to me.

How long has your team been around (I will stop at the merger)?

Steelers, 49ers, Cowboys, Redskins, Raiders, Packers, Giants, Patriots, Broncos, Dolphins, Colts, Bears, Jets, Rams, Chiefs - 39 years
Bucs - 33 years.
Ravens - 13 years.

Nadroj 20
12-04-2009, 12:50 PM
How long has your team been around (I will stop at the merger)?

Steelers, 49ers, Cowboys, Redskins, Raiders, Packers, Giants, Patriots, Broncos, Dolphins, Colts, Bears, Jets, Rams, Chiefs - 39 years
Bucs - 33 years.
Ravens - 13 years.

Ok so if you want to get techinal (even though we know this isnt how it happened)

You can say the Steelers have won one superbowl every 6.5 years (39/6)

The ravens dont have 1 in 13 years :coffee:

SteelCityMom
12-04-2009, 12:59 PM
Ok so if you want to get techinal (even though we know this isnt how it happened)

You can say the Steelers have won one superbowl every 6.5 years (39/6)

The ravens dont have 1 in 13 years :coffee:

Well, the Ravens DO have one in 13 years...and that's a great accomplishment for them and all, but for Baltimore football teams, in 43 years, have only seen 2 SB titles and 3 SB appearances.

In the Steelers 76 years of existence, they've won 6...and they absolutely SUCKED for the first 40 years of their team existence. So in 36 years of being a good team, they've won 6 titles.

Nadroj 20
12-04-2009, 01:02 PM
Well, the Ravens DO have one in 13 years...and that's a great accomplishment for them and all, but for Baltimore football teams, in 43 years, have only seen 2 SB titles and 3 SB appearances.

In the Steelers 76 years of existence, they've won 6...and they absolutely SUCKED for the first 40 years of their team existence. So in 36 years of being a good team, they've won 6 titles.

Ahh crap lol i thought maybe but i went with the gut and i was wrong....lol my point is still valid though haha

GoSlash27
12-04-2009, 01:05 PM
What I find telling is the title of the thread: "The Bengals have become the Steelers".
That's what motivates them. Not "the greatest franchise in all of sports" or "the champions" or "the world's most beloved football team", but simply "the Steelers"

It's an inferiority complex. They live to "be" us, and that's why they never will.
Every once in a blue moon, they'll bubble up from obscurity, and think that they're us. Then their heads get all swollen and they go right back to hating us more than they love their own team.

Christian Snyder
12-04-2009, 02:20 PM
HAHAHA, HILARIOUS!!! :chuckle:

By 2040, Flacco and Rice will be in the hall of fame, and Roethlisberger won't know what his name is.
You mean Roethlisberger will be a HOF'er???? :tt04:

SteelCityMom
12-04-2009, 02:40 PM
HAHAHA, HILARIOUS!!! :chuckle:

By 2040, Flacco and Rice will be in the hall of fame, and Roethlisberger won't know what his name is.

Holy crap...and you call Steelers fans delusional and arrogant? Flacco's a decent enough QB, but come on...those are some heavily tinted homer glasses you got on there lol.

stlrtruck
12-04-2009, 03:16 PM
"Especially considering it was more the Steelers beating themselves than the bungals doing anything to win the game (other than hold on)."

BWAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!! Talk about excuses, whining, denial, all the things you normally say about Raven fans. Bengals just held on and Steelers beat themselves? At least the Ravens can admit when a team is good, you guys are pathetic.

The Steelers were still coming off a week of rest that the banged up Ravens hadn't had for 17 weeks, you know damn well what I meant. That is not an excuse, that is something that people took into consideration when thinking about the game.

Anything else dillweed?

stlrtruck -----> :doh::monkey:

I'm not making excuses. The bungals did enough to win and I congratulated them for that.

Anything else? Yeah, what's it like it NEVER NEVER LAND? Obviously you're one of the more typical ratbird fans I've met. Once they get PWNED, they resort to the personal attacks, and begin their slow decline. What's next you'll drop more F bombs than TIMMAH does exclamation points?

I dub they JIMMAH! :wave:

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 03:20 PM
Well, the Ravens DO have one in 13 years...and that's a great accomplishment for them and all, but for Baltimore football teams, in 43 years, have only seen 2 SB titles and 3 SB appearances.

In the Steelers 76 years of existence, they've won 6...and they absolutely SUCKED for the first 40 years of their team existence. So in 36 years of being a good team, they've won 6 titles.

I left out anything before the merger, I was trying to be fair since we're talking about Super Bowls here...but if you want to go back further and include the Baltimore Colts...

The Steelers struggled for their first 40 years without winning a championship of any kind until they won the AFC Central division title in 1972. After so many years of frustration, the 1970s Steelers began one of the most incredible streaks in sports history when they earned eight consecutive playoff berths, seven AFC Central titles and four AFC championships from 1972 to 1979. The Steelers became the first team to win four Super Bowls and the only team to win back-to-back Super Bowls twice.

Quite an accomplishment, clearly the dominant team in that era.

In 1954, Weeb Ewbank was named the Colts' head coach and he began a steady building program that put his team over .500 for the first time in 1957. The Colts didn't have another losing season for the next 14 years. Powered by a sensational young quarterback, Johnny Unitas, and a strong supporting cast that included such future Pro Football Hall of Famers as Artie Donovan, Gino Marchetti, Raymond Berry, Lenny Moore and Jim Parker, the Colts won NFL championships in both 1958 and 1959 and again in 1968.

The 1958 NFL title clash against the New York Giants, played before the largest television audience ever up to that time, did much to increase fan enthusiasm for pro football. With Unitas craftily engineering long drives that led to the tying field goal and winning touchdown, the Colts won 23-17 in overtime.

Both the Colts and Ewbank were involved in a second game 10 years later that would share ranking as a pivotal game in creating far-reaching fan enthusiasm. The game was Super Bowl III and the Ewbank-led New York Jets stunned the heavily-favored Colts 16-7.

Under Don Shula, who replaced Ewbank in 1963, the Colts won NFL Western conference championships in 1964 and 1968. Shula moved to Miami in 1970 but the Colts, who had moved to the new American Football Conference at the time of the merger, won the first AFC Eastern division title and Super Bowl V.

Baltimore, with Ted Marchibroda as coach, won three straight divisional titles in 1975, 1976 and 1977. The franchise then fell on hard times with a 19-53-1 record in the five years between 1978 and 1982.

Robert Irsay, who acquired the Los Angeles Rams franchise in 1972, engineered an historic trade of teams with Carroll Rosenbloom that year. Twelve years later on March 28, 1984, Irsay moved the Colts to Indianapolis, where they now play in the RCA Dome.


However you want to count years of Baltimore football, subtract 12 from that for the period from 1984-1996.

revefsreleets
12-04-2009, 03:36 PM
Every key stroke I waste in this thread is one too many...REALLY uber stupid garbage....

stlrtruck
12-04-2009, 04:01 PM
I left out anything before the merger, I was trying to be fair since we're talking about Super Bowls here...but if you want to go back further and include the Baltimore Colts...


That's the problem with ratbird fans, they still want to include the colts in any discussion about football. Sorry but it's about the team. The colts no longer reside in Baltimore, they took the name and everything else with them - records included.

Then when the clowns moved in, their name and history stayed in Cleveland. Essentially leaving the baltimore fans with an expansion team without having to go through the expansion draft.

It's about team football and the reality of the situation is baltimore had two teams. One they couldn't/wouldn't support and well the latest experiment has so far stood the test of the new fans.

SteelCityMom
12-04-2009, 04:08 PM
I left out anything before the merger, I was trying to be fair since we're talking about Super Bowls here...but if you want to go back further and include the Baltimore Colts...

The Steelers struggled for their first 40 years without winning a championship of any kind until they won the AFC Central division title in 1972. After so many years of frustration, the 1970s Steelers began one of the most incredible streaks in sports history when they earned eight consecutive playoff berths, seven AFC Central titles and four AFC championships from 1972 to 1979. The Steelers became the first team to win four Super Bowls and the only team to win back-to-back Super Bowls twice.

I know you left out everything before the merger...I was just elaborating on the history. I already stated that they SUCKED for the first 40 years and have had mass success in the last 36.

However you want to count years of Baltimore football, subtract 12 from that for the period from 1984-1996.

It's not necessary to post the whole history of the Baltimore Colts, it all resulted in one SB victory and one SB loss. And I did subtract 12 years from Baltimore football. There were 30 years of the Colts (actually 33, but I decided to let the years from 1947-1950 go, since that team was disbanded) and 13 years of the Ravens. 30 plus 13 equals 43.

SteelCityMom
12-04-2009, 04:13 PM
That's the problem with ratbird fans, they still want to include the colts in any discussion about football. Sorry but it's about the team. The colts no longer reside in Baltimore, they took the name and everything else with them - records included.

Then when the clowns moved in, their name and history stayed in Cleveland. Essentially leaving the baltimore fans with an expansion team without having to go through the expansion draft.

It's about team football and the reality of the situation is baltimore had two teams. One they couldn't/wouldn't support and well the latest experiment has so far stood the test of the new fans.

To be fair, I was the one who brought up the Baltimore Colts. I know the Colts history was stolen from them and moved to Indy, but that doesn't mean that fans from that time that live in Baltimore will ever forget the success that team brought them. It's a shame what Isray did to that franchise and the city.

Indo
12-04-2009, 04:13 PM
Oh joy.
Another 19-25 year old douche who talks with his testosterone.
And uses the monkey pissing smiley when he doesn't like something someone says.
Grow up, junior.
Come back when your boys have at least one more ring. Then you might get some respect around here.

Or, just act like an adult. There are several well-respected Rats fans, Cinci fans, and Browns fans here. They're just not douches.

BTW, thanks for the history lesson. Since I'm quite sure you didn't think all that stuff up by yourself, you should probably type the link where you got it....copyrights and all...

stlrtruck
12-04-2009, 04:27 PM
To be fair, I was the one who brought up the Baltimore Colts. I know the Colts history was stolen from them and moved to Indy, but that doesn't mean that fans from that time that live in Baltimore will ever forget the success that team brought them. It's a shame what Isray did to that franchise and the city.

I just don't see it. It's a difference of opinion.

IMO, it's never about the city that wins the championship, it's about the team. The colts and ratbirds are two different teams. And I've been in a few conversations with ratbird fans and they always talk about how Baltimore (the city) has this championship and that championship. NO, Baltimore doesn't have them - THE TEAM WON THEM. They never want to talk about the teamS.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 04:49 PM
I know you left out everything before the merger...I was just elaborating on the history. I already stated that they SUCKED for the first 40 years and have had mass success in the last 36.



It's not necessary to post the whole history of the Baltimore Colts, it all resulted in one SB victory and one SB loss. And I did subtract 12 years from Baltimore football. There were 30 years of the Colts (actually 33, but I decided to let the years from 1947-1950 go, since that team was disbanded) and 13 years of the Ravens. 30 plus 13 equals 43.

You counted the period from 1953 to 1970, which was before the merger. If you want to count this time period, then you have to consider the NFL championships that the Colts won in 1958, 1959, and 1968. They lost the Super Bowl in '68.

I started off talking about the Ravens, but if people want to talk about the Baltimore Colts and the 40 year drought for the Steelers, fine. Just be fair about it.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 04:58 PM
That's the problem with ratbird fans, they still want to include the colts in any discussion about football. Sorry but it's about the team. The colts no longer reside in Baltimore, they took the name and everything else with them - records included.

Then when the clowns moved in, their name and history stayed in Cleveland. Essentially leaving the baltimore fans with an expansion team without having to go through the expansion draft.

It's about team football and the reality of the situation is baltimore had two teams. One they couldn't/wouldn't support and well the latest experiment has so far stood the test of the new fans.


You're dumb, read the thread.

If you want to ignore the history of the Baltimore Colts, fine. But you can't have it both ways. Someone listed SB wins for a bunch of teams, and I pointed out that the Steelers have been competing for Super Bowls since 1970, and since 1966 if you want to count all Super Bowls. The Ravens have one in 13 years. Also, by considering only Super Bowls, people are choosing to ignore about half of Steelers history.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 04:59 PM
Oh joy.
Another 19-25 year old douche who talks with his testosterone.
And uses the monkey pissing smiley when he doesn't like something someone says.
Grow up, junior.
Come back when your boys have at least one more ring. Then you might get some respect around here.

Or, just act like an adult. There are several well-respected Rats fans, Cinci fans, and Browns fans here. They're just not douches.

BTW, thanks for the history lesson. Since I'm quite sure you didn't think all that stuff up by yourself, you should probably type the link where you got it....copyrights and all...


http://www.nflteamhistory.com/

Pretty much common knowledge, didn't know you wanted sources teacher.

Indo ----->:blah::monkey:

SteelCityMom
12-04-2009, 05:09 PM
You counted the period from 1953 to 1970, which was before the merger. If you want to count this time period, then you have to consider the NFL championships that the Colts won in 1958, 1959, and 1968. They lost the Super Bowl in '68.

Thats fine, I recognize the NFL championships of the Bears, Packers and Browns too as significant to franchise history...you were initially talking about the period of time that Baltimore didn't have a team and saying that I counted those years out of error, I did not.

I started off talking about the Ravens, but if people want to talk about the Baltimore Colts and the 40 year drought for the Steelers, fine. Just be fair about it.

I was being fair about it. I was the one who brought up the Steelers sucking for 40 years lol. It still chaps my grandpa's ass that the Steelers passed on Unitas.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 05:21 PM
Thats fine, I recognize the NFL championships of the Bears, Packers and Browns too as significant to franchise history...you were initially talking about the period of time that Baltimore didn't have a team and saying that I counted those years out of error, I did not.



I was being fair about it. I was the one who brought up the Steelers sucking for 40 years lol. It still chaps my grandpa's ass that the Steelers passed on Unitas.


I didn't know what error you had made, we were talking about post-merger history. I just knew you were wrong.

You at least seem to consider more than just Super Bowls, I was initially responding to Dino 6 Rings and other Steelers fans who say the same thing.

revefsreleets
12-04-2009, 05:28 PM
I didn't know what error you had made, we were talking about post-merger history. I just knew you were wrong.

You at least seem to consider more than just Super Bowls, I was initially responding to Dino 6 Rings and other Steelers fans who say the same thing.


Any pre-modern era championships MUST be taken in context.

When the Browns (who WERE the Ravens team that won their SB) last won, there were like 12 teams in the entire league. If Cleveland won what amounted to their division, they played in the championship.

If you were taking credit for the old Colts, than why didn't you just follow them into Indy?

It's akin to FSU winning THEIR national championships when the ACC was an even weaker conference than it is now. They walked through an easy in-conference schedule, and if they beat Florida, they played in the NCG.

Winning a championship out of 12-16 teams is <<<<<<<<<<less than winning one out of 28 or 32.

Dino 6 Rings
12-04-2009, 05:44 PM
It hurts doesn't it...the signature...when you actually read it out loud to yourself...its painful to realize just how good a team has to be for a long period of time to make the tops of my signature...I mean...the Cowboys...had 2 wins in the 70s and 3 in the 90s...they had to climb the mountain twice. The 9ers, dominated in the 80s, but were also losing to other super bowl winners like the Redskins and Bears and Giants in the playoffs, so it was really tough, then in the 90s they got their one, to make it 5, and have yet to get back there...its so hard to be in my Signature...its so hard...Denver...6 times to the dance and only 2 rings to show for it...so hard to be at the top...Giants...3-1...Bears...1-1...its so hard...its almost...well...amazing that a team could actually get to Six when you consider there have been 43 superbowls played....and now there are 32 different teams trying to get there to win it all...and yet...somehow...one team...has actually managed to win Six of those trophies...

Just wow...its hard to believe...One Team has Six? Woah...amazing...sit back and think about it...break out all the history you want...but since the SB started...there have been 43 games...and one Team, One Franchise...has managed to win it Six Times...just one...

SteelCityMom
12-04-2009, 05:45 PM
I didn't know what error you had made, we were talking about post-merger history. I just knew you were wrong.

You at least seem to consider more than just Super Bowls, I was initially responding to Dino 6 Rings and other Steelers fans who say the same thing.


When I had said 43 years of Baltimore football history, you said "However you want to count years of Baltimore football, subtract 12 from that for the period from 1984-1996"...I was merely pointing out that I had already subtracted those years.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 05:48 PM
I started talking about the Ravens, and explaining to Dino that they have had less time to win Super Bowls than the Steelers. Someone else brought up the Colts, and talked about Baltimore football teams in general, so I compared the football history of the two cities. I am not taking credit for anything, and I of course agree that winning a championship with fewer teams involved is easier. 40 years of Steelers doing nothing must be taken in this context as well.

Dino 6 Rings
12-04-2009, 05:49 PM
I started talking about the Ravens, and explaining to Dino that they have had less time to win Super Bowls than the Steelers. Someone else brought up the Colts, and talked about Baltimore football teams in general, so I compared the football history of the two cities. I am not taking credit for anything, and I of course agree that winning a championship with fewer teams involved is easier. 40 years of Steelers doing nothing must be taken in this context as well.

Did you know...that a team from Baltimore has Never beaten the Steelers in the playoffs? Colts or Ravens.

Just an historical fact.

revefsreleets
12-04-2009, 05:50 PM
I started talking about the Ravens, and explaining to Dino that they have had less time to win Super Bowls than the Steelers. Someone else brought up the Colts, and talked about Baltimore football teams in general, so I compared the football history of the two cities. I am not taking credit for anything, and I of course agree that winning a championship with fewer teams involved is easier. 40 years of Steelers doing nothing must be taken in this context as well.

Pre-modern era = apples
Modern era= oranges

I'm only arguing apples to apples, but I can see why YOU won't....and can't.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 05:57 PM
It hurts doesn't it...the signature...when you actually read it out loud to yourself...its painful to realize just how good a team has to be for a long period of time to make the tops of my signature...I mean...the Cowboys...had 2 wins in the 70s and 3 in the 90s...they had to climb the mountain twice. The 9ers, dominated in the 80s, but were also losing to other super bowl winners like the Redskins and Bears and Giants in the playoffs, so it was really tough, then in the 90s they got their one, to make it 5, and have yet to get back there...its so hard to be in my Signature...its so hard...Denver...6 times to the dance and only 2 rings to show for it...so hard to be at the top...Giants...3-1...Bears...1-1...its so hard...its almost...well...amazing that a team could actually get to Six when you consider there have been 43 superbowls played....and now there are 32 different teams trying to get there to win it all...and yet...somehow...one team...has actually managed to win Six of those trophies...

Just wow...its hard to believe...One Team has Six? Woah...amazing...sit back and think about it...break out all the history you want...but since the SB started...there have been 43 games...and one Team, One Franchise...has managed to win it Six Times...just one...


It was also unlikely for 3 teams to have 5 wins each after 42 Super Bowls, yet there it was. You are leaving out one small detail, not every team has had the entire Super Bowl era to win Super Bowls. The Steelers are a team that has had the chance to go to every single Super Bowl. Cowboys, 49ers, or even a team with 3 can still pass the Steelers.

Dino 6 Rings
12-04-2009, 05:57 PM
In fact more history...

The Browns...where the Ravens came from...Have never beaten the Steelers in the playoffs either. Ever.

So the Steelers beat up on the Baltimore Colts in the Playoffs...they Beat up on the Baltimore Ravens in the Playoffs, they Beatup on the Indianapolis Colts in the Playoffs and they Beat up on the Cleveland Browns in the playoffs. Historically.

You should probably become a Bengals fan...at least the Bengals have won a playoff game against the Steelers....oh wait...my bad...No They Haven't.

Raiders...that's who you should cheer for...they have in fact Beaten the Steelers in the Playoffs.

Dino 6 Rings
12-04-2009, 05:59 PM
It was also unlikely for 3 teams to have 5 wins each after 42 Super Bowls, yet there it was. You are leaving out one small detail, not every team has had the entire Super Bowl era to win Super Bowls. The Steelers are a team that has had the chance to go to every single Super Bowl. Cowboys, 49ers, or even a team with 3 can still pass the Steelers.

And they may...point is...its ridiculously hard to do it. That might explain why no one has 4 yet. Its so hard to get that many.

Dino 6 Rings
12-04-2009, 06:04 PM
The Bengals may have modeled themselves this season after the Steelers, with a solid running game, and an agressive style of defense...but they have not become the Steelers. They would need to win 6 SuperBowls to do that...oh and beating us in the playoffs might help the argument.

Dino 6 Rings
12-04-2009, 06:05 PM
Titans, Jags, Giants, Vikings...all play what is considered "Steelers" Football. Solid running attack (I know...we are Air it out Arians now, just making a point) with an agressive defense.

Dino 6 Rings
12-04-2009, 06:08 PM
where the Colts, Patriots, Saints and Cardinals are really out to just outscore whoever they are playing.

Dolphins are trying to go the route of ball control ground game with a solid agressive defense but their secondary is suspect.

Even the Jets are trying it that way and have the Secondary to do the job. They could use a better Running Back but they are working on it.

Its Style...so if the Bengals have adopted a more Steelers type Style...so be it...but to say "They have become the Steelers"...well that's just fking lazy.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 06:14 PM
Pre-modern era = apples
Modern era= oranges

I'm only arguing apples to apples, but I can see why YOU won't....and can't.


I don't even know what you're talking about, you made no sense in your previous post.


In the pre-modern era (pre-merger), the Steelers diddled themselves for 30 years (I'll be generous and not count the Pirates), and the Baltimore Colts won three NFL Championships in 16 years. Post-merger, the Baltimore Colts won a Super Bowl in 13 years (and had to compete with the incredible Steelers team of the 70s), the Baltimore Ravens have won one Super Bowl in 13 years, and the Steelers have won six Super Bowls in 39 years.

tony hipchest
12-04-2009, 06:17 PM
looks like John "Squat2Pee" Redcorn has found him a little home here in the BF.

who even cares about the ravens in a bungles thread? i think he's sore attention was taken away from him.

JohnJohnson
12-04-2009, 06:27 PM
In fact more history...

The Browns...where the Ravens came from...Have never beaten the Steelers in the playoffs either. Ever.

So the Steelers beat up on the Baltimore Colts in the Playoffs...they Beat up on the Baltimore Ravens in the Playoffs, they Beatup on the Indianapolis Colts in the Playoffs and they Beat up on the Cleveland Browns in the playoffs. Historically.

You should probably become a Bengals fan...at least the Bengals have won a playoff game against the Steelers....oh wait...my bad...No They Haven't.

Raiders...that's who you should cheer for...they have in fact Beaten the Steelers in the Playoffs.


Pittsburgh didn't win a playoff game until 1972, after almost 40 years of competing. Maybe the Browns would have beaten them in the playoffs if they had gotten the chance to :rofl:

You really don't know when to capitalize words, do you?

HometownGal
12-04-2009, 06:37 PM
Pittsburgh didn't win a playoff game until 1972, after almost 40 years of competing. Maybe the Browns would have beaten them in the playoffs if they had gotten the chance to :rofl:

You really don't know when to capitalize words, do you?

I deleted your last post as it was beyond repulsive, thus, I am replying via this post.

Not only are you an illiterate titstick, you're a pathetic excuse of a :troll: :wave: loser.

Christian Snyder
12-04-2009, 06:40 PM
Don't get so mad guys..... He's just upset because the Ravens only have 1 SB victory and we have 6 SB victories. In mother words, he's jealous.:chuckle:

Nadroj 20
12-04-2009, 09:21 PM
Cool Johnny got banned, cant say ill miss him :chuckle:

UltimateBengal
12-04-2009, 09:36 PM
Cool Johnny got banned, cant say ill miss him :chuckle:

Was he the Ravens dude? If so, he seemed like a real buttplug!:chuckle:

tony hipchest
12-04-2009, 10:40 PM
I deleted your last post as it was beyond repulsive, thus, I am replying via this post.

Not only are you an illiterate titstick, you're a pathetic excuse of a :troll: :wave: loser.cooool!!!! was it in response to my post? if so, can i know what repulsiveness was said? (i missed it)

UltimateBengal
12-04-2009, 10:46 PM
cooool!!!! was it in response to my post? if so, can i know what repulsiveness was said? (i missed it)

I think it was the Raven fan, John Johnson. He seems like a douche!!!

tony hipchest
12-04-2009, 10:51 PM
I think it was the Raven fan, John Johnson. He seems like a douche!!!nah, i know that, but if he directed a repulsive post towards me (i expected he would throw a fit being called john "squat2pee" redcorn) i'd like to know what was said so i can atleast laugh twice.

BrandonCarr39
12-04-2009, 10:55 PM
Speaking from a Dallas fan, I can say, from my experiences, that December is THE make it or break it month of the season.

Not saying the Bengals will fade or anything, but every year on my side, we go into Dec riding high, only to tank, while the OTHER PA team(Eagles) rises to the occasion.

UltimateBengal
12-04-2009, 10:56 PM
nah, i know that, but if he directed a repulsive post towards me (i expected he would throw a fit being called john "squat2pee" redcorn) i'd like to know what was said so i can atleast laugh twice.

Oh OK:sofunny:He's not a very good representation for Raven fans!

HometownGal
12-05-2009, 09:10 AM
cooool!!!! was it in response to my post? if so, can i know what repulsiveness was said? (i missed it)

You've got a PM.

Vincent
12-05-2009, 09:35 AM
Listen, being a diehard Bengals fan is... like marrying a really ugly women, and choosing to look at her everyday with the lights on for the last 20 years!!!

Absolutely spectacular!!! :toofunny::rofl::toofunny::rofl::toofunny: Oh, sorry. Insensitive moment.

Anything else you need to get off your chest? Its OK. We all care and want to help. :hug:

Dino 6 Rings
12-07-2009, 04:49 PM
Pittsburgh didn't win a playoff game until 1972, after almost 40 years of competing. Maybe the Browns would have beaten them in the playoffs if they had gotten the chance to :rofl:

You really don't know when to capitalize words, do you?

You really don't know when you've been beaten soundly in a debate do you?

Here's a dog biscut fool, now go lay down in your own filth and lick yourself....enjoy not winning the Super Bowl this season.

silver & black
12-07-2009, 07:49 PM
We have successfully stolen your identity and left you as a shell of your former selves! Don't feel too bad though, we did the same to the Ravens! The morphing is complete! We are now the owners of the AFC North SuperBowl formula! Pound the ball, play great defense, and control the clock! Who Dey my black n gold friends, Who Dey!!!:oops:
The Bengals have become the Steelers!

You're right... the Raiders beat you too.:chuckle:

stillers4me
12-07-2009, 07:59 PM
The Bengals have become the Steelers!

You're right... the Raiders beat you too.:chuckle:

Raiders Fan -1 Bungles Fan - zip

:drink:

CantStop85
12-08-2009, 12:18 AM
Raiders Fan -1 Bungles Fan - zip

:drink:

More like Raiders Fan - 2, Bengals Fan - 0, Steelers Fan - 0
:chuckle:

steelax04
12-09-2009, 12:37 PM
The Bengals have become the Steelers!

You're right... the Raiders beat you too.:chuckle:

Steeler fan or not, that's funny.

UltimateBengal
12-09-2009, 06:49 PM
The Bengals have become the Steelers!

You're right... the Raiders beat you too.:chuckle:

Raider fans? 4-8, laughing stalk of football over the last 7-8 years, and they still talk smack!:sofunny: It's OK, you can can talk about that win for the rest of the season, while we're getting ready for the playoffs! :thumbsup:After all, that was your SuperBowl!!!:chuckle:

stillers4me
12-09-2009, 08:44 PM
Raider fans? 4-8, laughing stalk of football over the last 7-8 years, and they still talk smack!:sofunny: It's OK, you can can talk about that win for the rest of the season, while we're getting ready for the playoffs! :thumbsup:After all, that was your SuperBowl!!!:chuckle:

Now you know what Bengals fans sound like to us.

MasterOfPuppets
12-09-2009, 10:40 PM
Raider fans? 4-8, laughing stalk of football over the last 7-8 years, and they still talk smack!:sofunny: It's OK, you can can talk about that win for the rest of the season, while we're getting ready for the playoffs! :thumbsup:After all, that was your SuperBowl!!!:chuckle:
uh oh....i hope the raiders fan don't ask when the last time the bengals won a playoff game was... :popcorn:

Mr. Dô
12-11-2009, 03:45 AM
Yeah, 6-5 is just horrific.... You need to remember '05 when we went 9-7 and STILL WON THE SB! We also beat the Bengals in the playoffs that year.


BTW, Goodbye.

didn't you guys go 11-5 that year?

Preacher
12-11-2009, 03:50 AM
uh oh....i hope the raiders fan don't ask when the last time the bengals won a playoff game was... :popcorn:
:rofl:

January 6th, 1991, just a week before they lost to. . . . OAKLAND :wink02:
Next loss
2005, STEELERS :rofl:


Wow. Who are they going to lose to in the first round this year . . .I mean who are they going to play in the first round this year?

silver & black
12-11-2009, 07:04 AM
:rofl:

January 6th, 1991, just a week before they lost to. . . . OAKLAND :wink02:
Next loss
2005, STEELERS :rofl:


Wow. Who are they going to lose to in the first round this year . . .I mean who are they going to play in the first round this year?

Aw... I wanted to post that! :sofunny:

That's ok... saved me the time. :chuckle:

Seriously though, Bengal fan... your team looks good this year. I'm not a big smack talker, but............. As bad as the Raiders are, and have been for a while, they have won championships and have been among the elite teams of the NFL for a long time... with the exception of this recent down period. Your team, on the other hand, well............... I don't really need to go on, do I? :chuckle:

Christian Snyder
12-11-2009, 08:46 AM
didn't you guys go 11-5 that year?
No, 9-7. We beat you in the playoffs that year... Just had to say that.:troll::sign01:

Christian Snyder
12-11-2009, 08:47 AM
:rofl:

January 6th, 1991, just a week before they lost to. . . . OAKLAND :wink02:
Next loss
2005, STEELERS :rofl:


Wow. Who are they going to lose to in the first round this year . . .I mean who are they going to play in the first round this year? You had it right the first time.




:chuckle:

SteelCityMom
12-11-2009, 10:48 AM
No, 9-7. We beat you in the playoffs that year... Just had to say that.:troll::sign01:

I hate to say a Bengals fan is right...but the Bengals fan is right, the Steelers went 11-5 in '05 before their SB run.

Mr. Dô
12-11-2009, 11:59 AM
No, 9-7. We beat you in the playoffs that year... Just had to say that.:troll::sign01:
did you just tell me wrong info on your own beloved team?

history lesson Steelers 101

2005

Week 1 Sep 11 TEN 7 @ PIT 34 (1-0)
Week 2 Sep 18 PIT 27 @ HOU 7 (2-0)
Week 3 Sep 25 NE 23 @ PIT 20 (2-1)
Week 4 Bye
Week 5 Oct 10 PIT 24 @ SD 22 (3-1)
Week 6 Oct 16 JAC 23 @ PIT 17 (3-2)
Week 7 Oct 23 PIT 27 @ CIN 13 (4-2)
Week 8 Oct 31 BAL 19 @ PIT 20 (5-2)
Week 9 Nov 06 PIT 20 @ GB 10 (6-2)
Week 10 Nov 13 CLE 21 @ PIT 34 (7-2)
Week 11 Nov 20 PIT 13 @ BAL 16 (7-3)
Week 12 Nov 28 PIT 7 @ IND 26 (7-4)
Week 13 Dec 04 CIN 38 @ PIT 31 (7-5)
Week 14 Dec 11 CHI 9 @ PIT 21 (8-5)
Week 15 Dec 18 PIT 18 @ MIN 3 (9-5)
Week 16 Dec 24 PIT 41 @ CLE 0 (10-5)
Week 17 Jan 01 DET 21 @ PIT 35 (11-5)

yeah I was right you were wrong. you did end up going into the playoffs sneaking in as Wild card, Injuring Palmer beating the Bengals then got lucky Ben was in the right spot at the right time In Indy to save the game, and then your Defense saved Ben's life after that horrible game he played in the Super bowl, lucky for the Steelers the Seahawks couldn't capitalize on those plays they had every opportunity to beat the steelers but they just sucked worse then the Steelers did that game
You had it right the first time.




:chuckle:
the rate the Bengals are going they could have a bye week

HometownGal
12-11-2009, 04:21 PM
did you just tell me wrong info on your own beloved Cartoon?

history lesson Bungles 101

2005

Kimo V.O. being blocked into Cartoon's knee by one of his own Bungles.



There ya go - fixed that for ya.

Christian Snyder
12-11-2009, 05:11 PM
did you just tell me wrong info on your own beloved team?

history lesson Steelers 101

2005

Week 1 Sep 11 TEN 7 @ PIT 34 (1-0)
Week 2 Sep 18 PIT 27 @ HOU 7 (2-0)
Week 3 Sep 25 NE 23 @ PIT 20 (2-1)
Week 4 Bye
Week 5 Oct 10 PIT 24 @ SD 22 (3-1)
Week 6 Oct 16 JAC 23 @ PIT 17 (3-2)
Week 7 Oct 23 PIT 27 @ CIN 13 (4-2)
Week 8 Oct 31 BAL 19 @ PIT 20 (5-2)
Week 9 Nov 06 PIT 20 @ GB 10 (6-2)
Week 10 Nov 13 CLE 21 @ PIT 34 (7-2)
Week 11 Nov 20 PIT 13 @ BAL 16 (7-3)
Week 12 Nov 28 PIT 7 @ IND 26 (7-4)
Week 13 Dec 04 CIN 38 @ PIT 31 (7-5)
Week 14 Dec 11 CHI 9 @ PIT 21 (8-5)
Week 15 Dec 18 PIT 18 @ MIN 3 (9-5)
Week 16 Dec 24 PIT 41 @ CLE 0 (10-5)
Week 17 Jan 01 DET 21 @ PIT 35 (11-5)

yeah I was right you were wrong. you did end up going into the playoffs sneaking in as Wild card, Injuring Palmer beating the Bengals then got lucky Ben was in the right spot at the right time In Indy to save the game, and then your Defense saved Ben's life after that horrible game he played in the Super bowl, lucky for the Steelers the Seahawks couldn't capitalize on those plays they had every opportunity to beat the steelers but they just sucked worse then the Steelers did that game

the rate the Bengals are going they could have a bye week
I should have known this.... But then again.... I was only 9 years old in '05. But I still should've known that we went 11-5.

UltimateBengal
12-11-2009, 07:16 PM
I should have known this.... But then again...

. I was only 9 years old in '05. But I still should've known that we went 11-5.

Shouldn't you be doin your homework Christian? :flap: Just kiddin!

Christian Snyder
12-11-2009, 07:36 PM
Shouldn't you be doin your homework Christian? :flap: Just kiddin!
:rofl:

Mr. Dô
12-12-2009, 03:42 AM
There ya go - fixed that for ya.

:toofunny:

please stay with me hunny, I never said you guys did it on purpose, just shit happens and Palmer got injured due to your boy slamming into his knees. momentum carries a guy going for a sack. I ain't one to say he did it on purpose but he still did it

therocksteeler
12-27-2009, 08:45 PM
Now thats funny lol

MasterOfPuppets
12-27-2009, 08:51 PM
:toofunny:

please stay with me hunny, I never said you guys did it on purpose, just shit happens and Palmer got injured due to your boy being blocked into into his knees. momentum carries a guy going for a sack. I ain't one to say he did it on purpose but he still did it fixed it for ya ...:thumbsup:

Psyychoward86
12-31-2009, 09:53 PM
u bastards better win on Sunday

stillers4me
12-31-2009, 10:05 PM
u bastards better win on Sunday

Couldn't have said it better myself. :sofunny:

GoSlash27
01-01-2010, 05:47 AM
Raider fans? 4-8, laughing stalk of football over the last 7-8 years, and they still talk smack! It's OK, you can can talk about that win for the rest of the season, while we're getting ready for the playoffs! After all, that was your SuperBowl!!!
http://pwoodford.net/hashblog/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/pot_kettle.jpg

UltimateBengal
01-01-2010, 05:57 PM
http://pwoodford.net/hashblog/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/pot_kettle.jpg

And after Sunday, you guys might be the NEW kettle!!!:chuckle:

GoSlash27
01-01-2010, 06:34 PM
And after Sunday, you guys might be the NEW kettle!!!
Probably not. One season does not make or break a franchise. Say what you will about the Raiders; at least they have a fan base.
Tell me: how many winning seasons have the Bengals had in their entire pitiful existence?
/ call me when you finally manage to avoid a blackout. :coffee:

BlackNGold88
01-01-2010, 07:14 PM
2 winning seasons in like 18 years. Good luck with that.

GoSlash27
01-01-2010, 08:13 PM
2 winning seasons in like 18 years. Good luck with that.
For real. And he has the nerve to call any other team in this league a "laughingstock". :doh: I'm not certain, but I think they have the dubious honor of being the team with the worst winning percentage in all professional sports. They collect one decent season (with the lowest divisional slot) and all of a sudden they're the second coming of the '72 dolphins. :chuckle:

/ color me unimpressed

BlackNGold88
01-01-2010, 08:59 PM
I find it hilarious the Bengals think they have a shot at a SB this year. They may be one of the worst playoff teams ever.

steelerchad
01-01-2010, 09:09 PM
Probably not. One season does not make or break a franchise. Say what you will about the Raiders; at least they have a fan base.
Tell me: how many winning seasons have the Bengals had in their entire pitiful existence?
/ call me when you finally manage to avoid a blackout. :coffee:

You got that right about the blackout thing. They've needed corporate bailouts to avoid them almost all season.
Talk about sad, they still had playoff tickets available days after they went on sale and there are still some out there now, but why would you buy them for face when you can go to Ebay or Stubhub and get them for less than face. I've never seen anything like it, their fans don't even want to go to a home playoff game and they almost never get a home playoff game.
Maybe it's bad memories from their last home playoff game in 05.
That was a hell of a run that year for them all the way to the AFC North championship. That banner is hanging with pride. Anybody remember how our season was that year?

Seriously though, you could actually get Bengals wildcard game and the AFC championship game for like $219 for a ticket to both games through ticketmaster and they weren't sold out. Those tickets would have never been offered to regular Steeler fans, but if they were they would have lasted about 10 seconds.

I almost considered buying them in case we got in as the #6 and the Bengals were the #3. Even if we get in, most scenarios would have us playing New England in the wildcard though, so I passed on them.

CantStop85
01-01-2010, 10:36 PM
I find it hilarious the Bengals think they have a shot at a SB this year. They may be one of the worst playoff teams ever.

And since they swept the Steelers, does that make the Steelers one of the worst regular season teams of all-time? :noidea:

BlackNGold88
01-01-2010, 11:15 PM
And since they swept the Steelers, does that make the Steelers one of the worst regular season teams of all-time? :noidea:
lol typical Bengal logic. Your team is a garbage playoff team and everyone knows it. You had a fluke year and haven't swept the Steelers since god knows when.

Enjoy being 1 and done :applaudit:

CantStop85
01-02-2010, 04:10 AM
lol typical Bengal logic. Your team is a garbage playoff team and everyone knows it. You had a fluke year and haven't swept the Steelers since god knows when.

Since...2009 I believe. Oh wait, this year doesn't count because the Steelers might not make the playoffs. They're only struggling because that corrupt commissioner Good-deal screwed them over on scheduling...and all these other teams just played dead against the other teams and then brought their A-games against the Steelers because everyone's afraid to see the Steelers in the playoffs.

But I will help you out, seeing as you probably just jumped on the Steelers bandwagon after they won the Super Bowl last year...1999 was the last time the Bengals swept the Steelers.

Enjoy being 1 and done :applaudit:
Oh I will. Do you want to watch the game together since it appears your team won't have any prior reservations? Maybe you can even find a new bandwagon to jump on. :chuckle:

St33lersguy
01-02-2010, 08:33 AM
We have successfully stolen your identity and left you as a shell of your former selves! Don't feel too bad though, we did the same to the Ravens! The morphing is complete! We are now the owners of the AFC North SuperBowl formula! Pound the ball, play great defense, and control the clock! Who Dey my black n gold friends, Who Dey!!!:oops:

You guys said this in '05 aswell and didn't the steelers end up winning the superbowl that year? What happened to the Bungals that year?

stillers4me
01-02-2010, 09:01 AM
You do know that somone has to win the division, whether they are good or not. The only reason the Bengals got the honor this year is because WE failed to play to our potential (not to mention injuries to 2 defensive studs) and Baltimore had brain farts all year and handed other teams games with penalties.

So congrats on the divison...........do you really think the Bengals are good enough to sweep last years Steelers or Ravens? Now that would be impressive. This year, not so impressive.

GoSlash27
01-02-2010, 09:13 AM
And since they swept the Steelers, does that make the Steelers one of the worst regular season teams of all-time?
That mothball smell from your Bungles jersey must be clogging your brain cells.
Let's go to the list...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NFL_standings_since_AFL-NFL_merger

---> #1in the NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers 395-254 .608 win %
#25: Cincinnati Bengals 266-335 .441 win %<---one of the worst regular season records in NFL history.
I think that answers your brain-dead question.:coffee:

Your team has had 2 winning seasons in the last 20 years. We have had 4 losing seasons in the same span. Do the math. Your jersey's going back into storage and we won't have to look at you for another decade.

The Bengals have become the Steelers!
Translation: "Oh, hoobie-doo...I wanna be like you-hoo-hoo...":sign09: :chuckle:

LW56
01-04-2010, 03:13 PM
We have successfully stolen your identity and left you as a shell of your former selves! Don't feel too bad though, we did the same to the Ravens! The morphing is complete! We are now the owners of the AFC North SuperBowl formula! Pound the ball, play great defense, and control the clock! Who Dey my black n gold friends, Who Dey!!!:oops:



"Senator, I served with Jack Kennedy, I knew Jack Kennedy, Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine. Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy" -LLoyd Bentsen.

Ultimate Bungle, I've been a Pittsburgh Steelers fan all my life , I know the Pittsburgh Steelers, I consider the Pittsburgh Steelers my friends. Ultimate Bungle, your Sissynnati Bungles are not the Pittsburgh Steelers.