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Bengals are the proud owners of the longest playoff win drought
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Congrats fellas! 30 years and counting, the only team that's as close to us in the terms of years is the Lions with 29 years
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Breaking news...
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(01-13-2021, 11:13 AM)Trademark Wrote: Congrats fellas! 30 years and counting, the only team that's as close to us in the terms of years is the Lions with 29 years

ummm i didnt think anyone was ahead of us... 
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We finally achieved something.
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#6
This was true before the Bills and Browns won. Why this thread now?
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Must not have been able to find anything else to complain about today..... Ninja
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The Browns and Bills both now have a playoff win this millennium before the Bengals have. That's sad given how the Browns have only made the playoffs twice and the Bills only thrice.
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Been true for quite a while there.
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We're number 1!!!!
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I'd say it's a bit of a bummer that our 7 shots at the playoffs got us nil when the Browns won the first chance they got since 2002. Bully for us for making the playoffs, but lordy that ceiling we kept hitting.
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(01-13-2021, 03:11 PM)Nately120 Wrote: I'd say it's a bit of a bummer that our 7 shots at the playoffs got us nil when the Browns won the first chance they got since 2002.  Bully for us for making the playoffs, but lordy that ceiling we kept hitting.

ball bounces the other way come january it seems 
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This drought will continue as long as we have a front office that wants to "get by" instead of one that wants to "win".
Hire a goddamn GM or get a competent coach and give him GM responsibilities.
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#14
No end in sight. I’m glad they made these moves to the organizational structure to catch up to the rest of the league.
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(01-13-2021, 11:13 AM)Trademark Wrote: Congrats fellas! 30 years and counting, the only team that's as close to us in the terms of years is the Lions with 29 years

Well at least we are not the Browns, they have never made it to a Super Bowl, so that is going on 51 years now. :)
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(01-13-2021, 12:15 PM)Sled21 Wrote: Must not have been able to find anything else to complain about today..... Ninja

Thinking the same thing.
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(01-13-2021, 11:13 AM)Trademark Wrote: Congrats fellas! 30 years and counting, the only team that's as close to us in the terms of years is the Lions with 29 years

Not for long! Not if Joe Burrow has anything to say about it.

Their first priority has to be to build the offense currently around Joe Burrow and everything else is secondary.
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(01-13-2021, 11:13 AM)Trademark Wrote: Congrats fellas! 30 years and counting, the only team that's as close to us in the terms of years is the Lions with 29 years

They are pretty good at holding bad records...no they are the best at it. 



Ya haver to wonder when the tide will turn? Before or after the apocalypse?
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Bills and Browns were the only teams (other than Lions and Bengals) with a 20+ year streak, right?

Those are amazing streaks of futility considering that somewhere around 75% of the league has been to a SB in that time frame.

Also, most teams have at least 3 playoff wins in that span.
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What if ZT has a McKay type career?
https://www.pro-football-reference.com/coaches/McKaJo0.htm
If he ends our playoff win drought next year (and a conference championship appearance) and then is meh, would your opinion of him change?
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