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Browns safety T.J. Ward batters Bengals receiver Jordan Shipley in the end zone.
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Chris Jackson

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Oct 4, 2010
 
da bengal go hard
Big Nick Z

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Oct 4, 2010
 
Carson, even though the Browns were 0-3, no-one I know picked the Bengals to win this game. The Browns are playing pretty good football, have a far more physical team than the Bengals, and have Peyton Hillis running like a freak. Even some popular TV personalities were picking the Browns to win this game.
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Oct 4, 2010
 
Yes, Carson - you should of beat this team. You got Steelers twice, the Ravens (who will likely want revenge) again, the Colts, the Saints, the Chargers, the Jets. Oh, and wait - Atlanta and Miami (who aren't playing too bad) as well. After just one month, you have only a few "definitely winnable" games left. But then again, we don't seem to play those "winnable" games very well. Talk about the supporting cast playing down to the opponents' level.
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Oct 4, 2010
 
This game was in the Bengals' hands - I don't care what people say. What beat the Bengals were the Bengals - the fumbles and the dumb penalties. It's a shame because the games for the Bengals coming up will only get tough after the bye. I'm sensing a late season rush for a wildcard spot and then fail. The schedule is too tough, and they cannot afford to drop games like this. Maybe playing good teams will motivate them to dig in a little more and focus.

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Oct 4, 2010
 
Even with Ocho-Cinco and T.O. the Bengals offense still lacks an identity.-And the blame for that falls on Carson Palmer. He can't seem to get his game and his abilities elevated and higher than "better than average".

The NFL is a quarterback's league and unless you've got a very-very good one, you might make the playoffs, but your stay in the post-season will be short. The Bengals will only go as far as Palmer and their sketchy defense will take them.

Er, which won't be far.
Alpha Dog

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Oct 5, 2010
 
Go Browns! From the ATL
fjy03

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Oct 7, 2010
 
The bengals are need to realize that we are a better team,than what are record shows.For them to say they are beter than and should have beaten us is an understatement.The browns could easily be 4-0 had we closed out our other three wins.The team that they beat come on now,the panthers,and I give them the ravens.The browns play with more heart and intensity that is why we were able to knock them off.Go Browns!

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