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theJ


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2005 4:43 pm    Post subject: Bengals 2005-2006 record Reply with quote

This is my very early look at how the games will turn out in the next season. (Bengals score listed first)

Week one at Cleveland:31-10 The Bengals Offense rolls against a Browns team that is not quite ready under their new coach. WIN

Week two vs. Minnisota:27-14 The Vikings offense looks lost without Randy Moss. Bengals start season 2-0. WIN

Week three at Chicago:31-30 Bengals win a close one with a last second field goal. WIN

Week four vs. Houston: 17-3 Bengals D looks sharper than the previous week as they get out to their best start in many years. WIN

Week five at Jacksonville:14-28 Bengals don't show for prime time and get handed their first loss of the season. LOSS

Week six at Tennessee:34-17 Bengals win easily against the probably McNair-less Titans. WIN

Week seven vs. Pittsburgh:21-24 The Bengals bad luck against the Steelers continues when a few costly turnovers lead to a loss. LOSS

Week eight vs. Green Bay:27-13Palmer shows off his bigger arm against Favre as the Bengals get the win. WIN

Week nine at Baltimore:38-7 Boller throws his 2 picks and the Bengals STUFF Lewis. WIN

Week eleven vs. Indy:41-31 Indy isn't quite as fast on the Bengals home turf and the Bengals are fresh off a bye. Cincy in a shootout. WIN

Week twelve vs. Baltimore:17-21 Baltimore gets their revenge in the second game of the season when the Bengals O can't get much going against that very strong D. LOSS

Week thirteen at Pittsburgh:17-14 The Bengals D can start to smell the playoffs and they hold Rothlisberger in check. WIN

Week fourteen vs. Clevelend:31-21 Cleveland O looks stronger but the Bengals D is just too much for Browns. WIN

Week fifteen at Detroit:21-18 Detroit almost stages a comeback but the Bengals best friend, the clock, helps them to a victory. WIN

Week sixteen vs. Buffalo:21-24 Losman takes over and looks good as he holds off playoff celebrations in Cincy. LOSS

Week seventeen at Kansas City:44-17 The Bengals O looks primed and ready for the playoffs as they take out the Defenseless Chiefs. WIN

Final record: 12-4

Well, there it is. My projection of next season. I know i'm gonna get ripped for some of my picks, and i pobably won't be right at all, but it was fun. Feel free give me your opinions.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 17, 2005 7:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WEEK 9 against baltimore that score is almost not possible against their D but i hope you are right. and i dont think we will take the steelers twice. MY PROJECTION: 11-5 !!!!!!!!!!!CANT WAIT TILL THE DRAFT!!!!!!
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 18, 2005 6:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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WEEK 9 against baltimore that score is almost not possible against their D but i hope you are right. and i dont think we will take the steelers twice. MY PROJECTION: 11-5 !!!!!!!!!!!CANT WAIT TILL THE DRAFT!!!!!!

Yeah, you're probably right, but anything can happen. So here's to hopin.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 18, 2005 4:02 pm    Post subject: Re: Bengals 2005-2006 record Reply with quote

Cantstop85 wrote:
i dont think we will take the steelers twice.

theJ wrote:
Week seven vs. Pittsburgh:21-24 The Bengals bad luck against the Steelers continues when a few costly turnovers lead to a loss. LOSS

Week thirteen at Pittsburgh:17-14 The Bengals D can start to smell the playoffs and they hold Rothlisberger in check. WIN


He's only got us beating Pittsburgh once.

It looked pretty reasonable when I read it one game at a time, but you have us 7-1 on the road and 5-3 at PBS. I'd be quite surprised to see us drop 3 at home. But I'd be equally surprised to see us go down just once on the road.

It's way too early to call though, IMO. I tip my hat to you for trying to look into the crystal ball this early.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2005 4:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Like I have said before, 11-5 or 10-6 is what I feel. There are always those other elements, such as injuries, that can change a whole season though. Here's to hoping that the rest of the AFC North gets bitten by the injury bug early and often.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

GO BENGALS!!!!!!!!
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