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    Yesterday, 10:52 AM
    I love it! The Bengals lately seem to be much better when people think they will be horrible. The defense should be even better this year. Especially having Burfict to start year. The defense is so much better with him in. He had over 101 tackles in just 11 games last year. Offensively they should be better as long as they stay healthy. It comes down to the play of the young tackles. However while they may not be great, I think the...
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    Jul 23, 17, 11:51 PM
    Agreed! I really like the young talent on the team. As much as people hate on the Bengals. I think the Bengals over the last 7 years have done a good job at trying to win now, but also still refreshing with younger players. This way they don't have to go through a full rebuild blow it up mode like the reds. Now will they win a playoff game. Who knows I won't predict that lol, but I do think they will be back in the playoffs this year. I like...
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    Jul 23, 17, 10:56 PM
    Now i do agree with you on Dalton still has time, while Palmer is about done. To put things in perspective though. When Palmer had a good defense to go along with talent on offense in Arizona, He has won a playoff game and made the NFC championship. Dalton has had both most of his career with a good defense and talented offense but still nothing. Not to mention playing bad in big moments against good teams prime time or playoffs. Which by...
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    Jul 23, 17, 09:52 PM
    Which injury are you referring to? You would be wrong if you say the knee? I always hate when people say the knee because that's not true. Just look at the very next season just 9 months after that injury. His numbers were very similar to what they were before the injury. Now if you want to say the elbow injury in 2008, I agree. That injury effected him more than the knee. As for winning percentage and all that. My argument is the same as it...
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    Jul 23, 17, 06:18 PM
    Imo Dalton is 4th on Bengals all Time qbs, but that's a different debate.
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    Jul 23, 17, 01:38 PM
    Very true but most of those other 30 year olds were playing baseball their whole life still up to that age. So that makes sense to cut any other 30 year old for that. For him to have not played baseball in over 10 years, and to be able to do this is impressive. Most people after not playing baseball since high school have had transitioned to competitive slow pitch softball tournaments like me lol not minor league baseball.
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    Jul 21, 17, 12:57 PM
    To be fair Green most likely would have been a first team all pro last year until his injury. He was on pace for 1800 yards last year.
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    Jul 16, 17, 03:14 PM
    Is Scooter on contract long? He kind of reminds of BP. In the fact they got him and once he got his chance to play some games with the reds, he just kept performing and showed he should be the everyday starter. More so than what they probably expected. Same thing when they got BP and how he performed when he got his first chances with the reds. Everytime this guy plays this year he seems to be contributing in some way.
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    Jul 11, 17, 01:01 PM
    Agreed and the reds panicked. Most likely could have waited until even the trade dead line of that year then to trade him. Yankees didn't give up to much for him. Then were able to trade him themselves for a better return than what they gave up. Now have him back.
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    Jul 10, 17, 11:31 PM
    Seeing these prospects do so well for the Yankees. Makes me really wonder why the reds settled for what they got in the trade for Chapman. One of best closers in baseball and didn't have to give up really any of their top guys for him.
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    Jul 10, 17, 11:23 PM
    Well I would say no. I doubt a pitcher would want to be known as the pitcher who can't get Tebow out. Doesn't exactly speed up a pitchers career path if they can't get Tebow out.
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    Jul 7, 17, 10:42 PM
    As a kid pizza hut was my favorite. In college dominos became my favorite. After college papa John's became my favorite. Now in my 30s, Larosass has become my favorite. Goodfellas is also really good!
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    Jul 7, 17, 09:24 AM
    I guess I should have said never liked him as a football player. As a person he is geeat.
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    Jul 5, 17, 11:31 PM
    He was the best freshman lineman I ever seen last year. Big body, strong, great hand placement, great feet and technique. His first step off the line on run plays is unbelievable. He is going to be a stud the next three years imo.
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    Jul 4, 17, 02:00 PM
    Fair enough. I think it's a lot easier to have fond memories of a very good player when a team is good. Than it is to have fond memories of a very good player on horrible teams. Which by the way if we wanted to know how Dillon could have done with a good qb, and other weapons on offense. Just look at his first season in New England at the age of 30 when he was about out of his prime. As great as he was with the Bengals. He had his best year...
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    Jul 4, 17, 01:06 PM
    So basically age matters? So all pitchers who are older than Judge for the Yankees should be able to get him out, since they are older? I am no Tebow fan at all. In fact never liked him. However you definitely are reaching with your reasoning right now. Especially when those 21 and 22 year old kids he's hitting off of never took like an 8 year break from baseball like him.
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    Jul 4, 17, 01:03 PM
    Which was who? I would say if that player was doing good enough to deserve to be there. That person is still there. I bet the person who got let go for him was already on the fringe of being let go and didn't deserve to be there anymore.
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    Jul 3, 17, 11:27 PM
    Imo if Corey Dillon played on Bengals teams that were good, that people would have him be number 1 and it not even be close. As great as Brooks was running and catching. He also played with good qbs. He had a qb who was a mvp one year. Teams couldn't just key on him. On the other hand Dillon was the guy all teams keyed on, and he still was great. He broke the rushing record against the number 1 rush defense, and his qb only completing 2 passes....
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    Jul 3, 17, 11:18 PM
    Isn't in his 30s. If it hasn't happened by now, it won't happen.
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    Jul 2, 17, 09:39 PM
    Even if he does realize it, why would it matter? Would you care if someone told you that you could get paid to play baseball but it's just for them to make money off you? In his eyes even if he knows, it gives him a chance to play and try to get better.
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    Jul 2, 17, 09:06 AM
    I don't think they should shorten the games. I do think shortening the season would create more interest. Or make the first half of the season meaningful. Allow teams who are in first place at the all star break clinch a playoff spot. This creates more interest for the first half of the year. Plus could keep fans interested still for who's teams may have had a bad first half because their team could still make it by winning the division the...
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    Jul 2, 17, 12:17 AM
    I feel like for the sake of boxing. They should announce the score of each round after each round ends. Allow both boxers, the crowd, and tv audience to know exactly what the scores are as it happens. I think it would make it more exciting because if a boxer knows for a fact they are losing on the actual judges score cards. They would come out even harder. Plus saves any surprises like tonight and also gets rid of the whole fights are...
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    Jul 1, 17, 07:32 PM
    I will say this is probably the first and only time he has ever actually coach one of his own kids. So I do think there is a better chance of him staying for that reason.
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    Jul 1, 17, 01:51 PM
    Not when that player makes it clear they are leaving. Then that player doesn't have the power. If so George would be with the Cavs now with a chance for a title, or got his wish to be a Laker.
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    Jul 1, 17, 01:23 PM
    You really think they took his input? He told them he was leaving after this year. Why would they need his input. At this point they aren't going to care what's best for him or what he wants. They are going to care what's best for them at this point. Especially when George basically killed them by waiting for so long before he said he wouldn't sign back. They most likely would have made a trade way before the draft got close.
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    Jun 30, 17, 11:29 PM
    Durant surprises everyone and goes back to the Thunder this year to join Westbrook and George. That won't happen, but I wish it would. Might as well embrace the super team stuff and form as many as they can.
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    Jun 30, 17, 07:15 PM
    Hmmmm you may want to know what you are talking about first before you say something. There is already a thread about it. It's in a NBA thread since it's about an NBA team.
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    Jun 30, 17, 03:26 PM
    Exactly and his legacy will only get greater then with double digit consecutive final appearances. Also possibly leading a third different team to the finals. New headline LeBron James takes the horrible New York Knicks to the finals. GOAT? Very smart business man. I can see that happening.
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    Jun 30, 17, 03:21 PM
    Billy Donovan for real this time. Maybe Brad Stevens depending on where the Celtics are at. Right now Celtics are set up pretty with all their picks. So unless their picks flop and he never gets a big star to come there. I doubt he leaves. So Donovan would be the guy imo.
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    Jun 30, 17, 03:17 PM
    He is to smart to go West. Best chance at championships is staying in the east.
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