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Bengal offensive line 2nd worst in the league
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(07-19-2017, 09:54 AM)michaelsean Wrote: Dude you got Vlad to defend the Bengals.  If you can get him to call Obama awesome, I will attest to your brilliance.  

So are you implying that obama is to politics as the bengals are to football?  Hmm
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(07-19-2017, 10:24 AM)Vlad Wrote: So are you implying that obama is to politics as the bengals are to football?  Hmm

I wish Obama had been as tight with a dollar.
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(07-19-2017, 10:39 AM)michaelsean Wrote: I wish Obama had been as tight with a dollar.

 lol...or how about the promise of Hope and Change for the bengals
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(07-19-2017, 11:23 AM)Vlad Wrote:  lol...or how about the promise of Hope and Change for the bengals

Now that's spot on.  
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The Steelers will get their version of Mike Brown from the Rooney family eventually
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(07-19-2017, 09:40 AM)Vlad Wrote: That's only good if the bengals started in 1946 as well. The stains had nearly a 20 year head start.
Place the browns history starting in 1968 with the bengals and you'll end up with a much different story.

The bengals own a devastating 48 to 39 win record over the Stains which is all you really need to know.

The browns glory years were prior to 1968. What a coincidence it is that the Stains have sucked  ever since Paul Brown showed up with his bengals.

So the Steelers can only be compared to other teams that started in 1933. ThumbsUp   Four of the Steels Titles were cheated in the 70's.

And the Ravens can only be compared to other teams that started in 1996. ThumbsUp 

Hilarious
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(07-19-2017, 09:54 AM)michaelsean Wrote: Dude you got Vlad to defend the Bengals.  If you can get him to call Obama awesome, I will attest to your brilliance.  

He doesn't even know Steeler history before the 70's he probably doesn't know it had taken the Steelers almost 40 years to win their first playoff game. Shocked


The early years: Decades of futility

In May 1933, in anticipation of the repeal of some of Pennsylvania's restrictive laws in the fall of that year, Rooney applied for a franchise with the NFL.[9] His request was granted on May 19, 1933, and the Pittsburgh Professional Football Club, Inc. joined the NFL in exchange for a US$2,500 franchise fee (roughly $46,000 in today's dollars).[10] The new team was known as the Pirates in reference to their baseball club landlords at Forbes Field. Before settling on Forbes, Rooney considered playing at Greenlee Field, which housed the city's Negro League baseball club.[11] Since the blue laws were not repealed until November's general election, the team was forced to play its first four home games on Wednesday nights.[8]

Over the course of the next four decades, Rooney's new team was a study in frustration. They posted a winning record only eight times in their first 39 NFL seasons and never sniffed a championship.[8] ThumbsUp   Had they won a Championship you would hear them brag about it! 


1972, Pittsburgh finished 11–3, first place in the AFC Central, and made the playoffs for the first time since 1947. Sad
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