Packers 27 Bengals 24 OT

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    Packers 27 Bengals 24 OT

    Final. Tough loss. A rough two days with the Cats last night and this one today.
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    Geronimo!!!!

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    Stupid timeout on first play of overtime put Dalton under center for almost the first time today. That's how you throw the ball down the field Andy instead of 1 and 2 yard throws.

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    Second and 12, Green runs a crossing route at the line of scrimmage. Brutal!!!

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    Anyone feel like they watched the UK/Florida game again?

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    Just gut wrenching. Absolutely gut wrenching.

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    Anyone else wish someone on the team would show some emotion. Throw your helmet, punch something. ACT LIKE YOU CARE!!

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    Rough loss, defense played well. Can't stop a quarterback like Rogers for a whole game, would be impossible.

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    We just got to keep chopping wood next week.

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    Defense imo played a good game. From the final 2 minutes of the first half on bad Andy was back.

    I liked the offensive coordinator better. However when your qb consistently leaves points on the field it's a problem. He cost them possibly 13 points today. The sack he took that made it a long field goal. Yes the kicker needs to make it, however it should have been a 38 yarder not a 48 yarder.

    Then Dalton missing a wide open Green with under 2 minutes to go in the first half cost them at least 3 points. Then obviuosly completely over throwing an open Lafell for a td.

    So far in all 3 games Dalton has missed throws even in clean pockets that has cost them points.

    Going into the game today Dalton was dead last in qbs in qb rating when he has had a clean pocket and no pressure. I know people like to make excuses for him, however he is struggling even when he has time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    Anyone else wish someone on the team would show some emotion. Throw your helmet, punch something. ACT LIKE YOU CARE!!
    Imo it all starts with our qb. He is not a leader. He doesn't hold goes accountable, and smiles when he knows he misses open receivers. He is not a guy players would want to rally behind. All teammates will say the right thing about him in public, because he is their teammate and a great dude. Howvwer he is not a leader.

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    At the end of the day, it looked a lot like the same Bengals we have seen for 7 years under Marvin ...

    1. Dalton cannot make plays under pressure.

    2. Defense can't get stops when we really need them.

    3. Marvin coaches too conservatively to win big games in the NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurecoach View Post
    Imo it all starts with our qb. He is not a leader. He doesn't hold goes accountable, and smiles when he knows he misses open receivers. He is not a guy players would want to rally behind. All teammates will say the right thing about him in public, because he is their teammate and a great dude. Howvwer he is not a leader.
    I agree.

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    Hey, at least the kicker we didn't want made a 61 yard field goal to win it for the Eagles. Doesn't that count for something?

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    Not only was this a tough loss, but a win today and victory over the Browns next week and with the Steelers and Ravens playing they would be tied for 2nd in the division only 1 game back.

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