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Old 01-07-2012, 04:59 PM   #1
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Default Texans/Bengals

Good game so far actually (minus the overall ref factor). I wasn't expecting much.

I'm rooting for the Texans (though the idea of 3 AFCN teams being in the divisional round isn't something I'd hate), because I think the Steelers (if they win) will fare better in NE over Balt in the divisional round. Plus I'd love to see them get the chance to get that NE monkey off their backs.

Those Bengal players sure do like making a fuss about flags though don't they? Seems like after every play one of them is waving their arms around wildly and pouting like a little bitch.
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Old 01-07-2012, 05:01 PM   #2
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entertaining, this was the game I was least looking forward to watching. Wow TD houston as I am typing . Pic six.
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Old 01-07-2012, 05:02 PM   #3
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amazing catch for DE.
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Old 01-07-2012, 05:03 PM   #4
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Houstons FG looked to be wide left to me. They need to stick to the run in second half. I could see Foster going over 200.
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That was a great interception! He was chugging along like Keisel was last year lol. Loved his face on the replay. Great to see the crowd there so riled up too.

I've read so many people that thought this game would be an easy win for the Bengals. I have no clue what gave them that idea. Houston has a decent running game, good defense and a non-retarded QB.
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#50 is a psycho, lol!
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entertaining game so far. don't really care who we face next round. either way will likely be a revenge tour, needing to get through both baltimore and NE

for some reason though, i do like our chances vs NE this year better than baltimore, especially if cortez allen can get healthy by divisional round
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The Bengals have alot of young talent....Glad Marvin Lewis is the coach.
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yep, that's true, since evidently the wheels are completely falling off the Bengals playoff run 2nite.
1 Turnover by "young" Dalton, was all it took. -valuable lessons to be learned in any game.
This game is already over.
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