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Old 06-16-2007, 03:26 PM   #31
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Default Re: ESPN's Ultimate Depth Chart: AFC North

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The truth behind the Bengals problems is obviously not talent..but in the "arbitrary precision" of Coach Marvin Lewis. He states to the media that these "people are going to be held accountable"...but privately posts in the locker room all the players in all sports who have been in trouble for the week...thereby minimizing the bengals players actions.
He states in the middle of the crises that "Odell wont be asked back"....then when everything dies down he says that Odell is a part of the team.

The truth is that Lewis is barely a +.500 coach...and has sold the Bengals soul to the devil for one winning season, and a 27-22 record of exaggerated mediocrity. He has simply exchanged the "Bungles" label to an embarrassing headline example of what is wrong in pro sports.

With the talent level that you have in Cincy....The best addition to your team would be a players coach who is a straight shooter.

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As the Ravens wrapped up their final minicamp yesterday, the club asked for two commitments from its players over their six weeks of vacation: Stay in shape and stay out of trouble. Considering NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's crackdown on misbehavior, the Ravens know off-the-field problems could detract from another playoff run. "Nothing good ever happens after midnight," Ravens coach Brian Billick told his players. "I know that isn't going to keep some of you from going, but at the very least, I hope you feel guilty about it."
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Old 06-18-2007, 07:18 PM   #32
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Default Re: ESPN's Ultimate Depth Chart: AFC North

That was a great post Lambert. I understand why fans defend their team and stuff, but I also remember reading on more then one Steelers board a lot of angry posters who wanted Santonio Holmes cut for his alleged indiscretions, and he didn't even do anything! The Bengals have a team (still) filled with criminals and their fans are bending over backwards to defend them. I guarantee that Steelers fans would be calling for the heads of most of the troublemakers on the Bengals team if they were somehow actually drafted or acquired by the Steelers. It's just a different culture altogether.
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That was a great post Lambert. I understand why fans defend their team and stuff, but I also remember reading on more then one Steelers board a lot of angry posters who wanted Santonio Holmes cut for his alleged indiscretions, and he didn't even do anything! The Bengals have a team (still) filled with criminals and their fans are bending over backwards to defend them. I guarantee that Steelers fans would be calling for the heads of most of the troublemakers on the Bengals team if they were somehow actually drafted or acquired by the Steelers. It's just a different culture altogether.
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