For the tenth straight year I have arrived home from my annual Steelers/Bungles Weekend of Debauchery in Cincinnati. Every year for the last 10 years I have made the two hour drive to Cincy where plenty of good seats are always available. I must say that once again Steeler fans outnumbered Bengal fans 3-1. By halftime there were only a handful of Bungle fans left. Of all the Cincinnati teams I have seen live and in person the last 10 years this one is one of the worst.
I think the 2002 version will rival the Dave Klinger led abortions of the mid 90's. They are just awful.
WIENER OF THE DAY! July 6, 2002!
I have as much authority as the Pope, I just don't have as many people who believe it. --George Carlin
Interesting you always go up to see the Bungles. I don't know what teams THAT is.
But, as for the weekend of debachery, yes they are bad. I don't know if there's any answers other than to fire the ENTIRE Bengals coaching staff.
It's all good, because if you saw last years Bengals/Pittsburgh game when the Bengals played up to their potential for once, it was pleasure enough. And, why would them airstriking the Browns running team do? They only play them twice. It's not like the Browns DON'T suck. That whole division is awful as hell (except for the REAL Browns in Baltimore), and even they're nothing special.
Lebeau must go.
"WHO WRITES THIS CRAP!?" -10/7/02 The night Kane was announced a murderer.
"Pootie Tang? More like Dootie Tang!" -Chris Rock
One word: BUCKEYES! With that being said, BLAM! In your face!
Originally posted by Mr. CactuarYou know how Lebeau said he'd jump into the Ohio River if he beat the Steelers? I think they should send him in every time Cincy loses this year. Extra motivation for the guy already on the hotseat.
There's only so much coaching can do. Sacking him won't help. They need a GM who doesn't have to listen to ownership.
The Eagles have 3 common games with the Giants and the requirement is 4 common games for the tie breaker to be valid. Currently, the Eagles are 2-1 vs 1-2 in those 3 games. Indy, Tennessee, and Detroit.