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  1. Bengals have track to AFC No. 6 seed

    Partly the economy,partly due to last season and the PR disaster press conference Mike Brown had where he announced there would be no changes to the organization.Lots of us are getting tired of his refusal to embrace the 21st century and to hire 5-6 more people called scouts,not to mention a GM that actually knows football. It was only a few years ago there was a waiting list for season tickets.I got rid of mine because of being married,and now with a baby,so my ability to throw away every other Sunday was pretty much gone,even though I still go to a game or two a year.
  2. got netflix again

    They've got a droid app as well.I was watching episodes of "Have Gun Will travel" on my Galaxy 2S today.
  3. Suh

    Here's a nice picture of the misunderstood Suh accidentally stepping on the other player. Excuse me please
  4. Suh

    How anybody can defend what happened is beyond me.It was dirty plain and simple.He slams the guys helmet what appears to be THREE times into the ground,then after he gets up and is being pushed away,he looks down (to make sure he doesn't miss) and then STOMPS on the guy.That wasn't a kick,it was a stomp. The video via youtube. Suh's dirty play Edit to add a clearer video
  5. Suh

    Marcus Vick did the same damn thing in a bowl game for VATech and never left the game. His explanation is hilarious.I watched the game and the replays.IT was D-I-R-T-Y.
  6. It's on 10TV here in Columbus,and the Dispatch has it on their website. The Columbus Dispatch
  7. The Gresham TD

    "Rule 8, Section 1, Article 3, Item 1 of the NFL Rule Book (page 51) states that 'if a player goes to the ground in the act of catching a pass (with or without contact with an opponent), he must maintain control of the ball after he touches the ground, whether in the field of play or in the end zone. If he loses control of the ball, and the ball touches the ground before he regains control, the pass is incomplete. If he regains control prior to the ball touching the ground, the pass is complete."' Again,he wasn't "going to the ground in the act of catching a pass". It was caught two steps before he was drug down.
  8. The Gresham TD

    Mike Periera stated on twitter the TD shouldn't have been overturned.
  9. The Gresham TD

    Keggerz-that note states "trying to secure the ball while going to the ground." He had it secured-he wasn't juggling it on the way down.He even took two steps before the going to the ground process began,and that was after the ball had been secured.
  10. The Gresham TD

    You guys flouting the rule book are forgetting that he took TWO STEPS AFTER securing the ball.He wasn't attempting to secure the ball,he already had. He didn't catch the ball,fall to the ground,and then have it pop out.He juggled it,secured it,then took two steps,and then was drug down to the ground.Had that been in the field of play,I guarantee it would have been ruled a fumble.
  11. The Gresham TD

    He was dragged down after possession,both feet down,and breaking the plane.
  12. The Gresham TD

    Not to mention the ball had broken the plane.
  13. Here you go.I want to aim one of these at my sidewalk. Scarecrow Animal Deterrent
  14. Post Office loses billions

    There are two big reason the Post Office is losing money. 1:They are forced to pre pay into retiree health benefits.They are the only government agency that is required to do this,and this alone is nearly half of their deficit.It is also considered part of their yearly budget.I wonder what the federal government does with this prepaid money? 2:The economy is still sucking wind. These two things alone would pretty much solve the problem if fixed.
  15. smallville series finale

    I loved the show,but it definitely tailed off after season 5. The finale sucked.Flashbacks,all drooling at the greatness of Clark Kent,then a quick glimpse of him in the suit,then it was over.