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Old 01-03-2010, 10:53 PM   #1
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AFC Wild Card: New York Jets @ Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals must really want to avoid Houston...
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Old 01-03-2010, 11:01 PM   #2
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Gooooooooooo JETS
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Old 01-03-2010, 11:08 PM   #3
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The Bengals must really want to avoid Houston...
Or maybe my Bengals just aren't that great. Either that or they've been running a basic offense for the last month+ so they won't give their possible opponents too much film to study. I vote the former. I still think they can win this game next weekend. We'll see what Mark Sanchez is all about. I really wish the Bengals had Maualuga though...
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Old 01-03-2010, 11:32 PM   #4
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Again, will any momentum be gained from the week 17 game being played go to the victor?

Can Cincy's offense open up a bit against a loaded Jets D? Chad Johnson will basically be unavailable with Revis on him.
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Or maybe my Bengals just aren't that great. Either that or they've been running a basic offense for the last month+ so they won't give their possible opponents too much film to study. I vote the former. I still think they can win this game next weekend. We'll see what Mark Sanchez is all about. I really wish the Bengals had Maualuga though...
There's a difference between running a vanilla offense in order to safeguard your gameplan and playing absolutely pathetic.

You can't possibly play this bad. They're probably doing this on purpose to give NY a false sense of security.
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This game is on Saturday 4:30 EST, FYI.
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Jets by 10,How bad has Palmer been he is no longer a top 10 qb.
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There's a difference between running a vanilla offense in order to safeguard your gameplan and playing absolutely pathetic.

You can't possibly play this bad. They're probably doing this on purpose to give NY a false sense of security.
I honestly have no idea what to believe with this Bengals team. I can see them getting beaten easily this weekend as much as I can see them stringing together a couple of wins in the post-season just because they've found ways to win games. Feels like that '90-91 team that beat the Oilers in the WC game and then lost to the LA Raiders the following week. I don't remember them being all that special that season but they won a lot of games.

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Jets by 10,How bad has Palmer been he is no longer a top 10 qb.
I don't really think it's his fault. The o-line, as great as they have been blocking for Benson, spent most of the season giving Palmer poor pass-protection. When he's had time to pass, his TE's and WR's, other than Ochocinco, have dropped passes constantly. They really miss TJ Houshmandzadeh and Chris Henry. TJ was a reliable WR and Slim was a deep threat.
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