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albinomosquito


Ashley, OH (via Ottoville, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   October 25, 2012

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  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds

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Comment 10 Nov 2019
I hope he's able to find second life as a defensive coordinator. He really is a great defensive mind, but some of his decisions as HC are puzzling.
Comment 10 Nov 2019
Most of the penalties were f on guys that don't see a lot of playing time, especially not together. I'll chalk it up to growing pains. The starters were pretty clean if I recall correctly.
Comment 09 Nov 2019
Bama is garbage. I'm a little disappointed that this means we won't get to nuke them.
Comment 09 Nov 2019
My 4yo son is getting his first full Buckeye Saturday experience. Girls are away for the day. Nothing else matters but the game. No talking during the game. High fives required after every touchdown. It's a good day so far.
Comment 08 Nov 2019
You never peed on a golf course?
Comment 08 Nov 2019
I live North of Delaware and we are too remote for DSL. We have high speed wireless. Basically it's an antenna on the neighbor's grain leg with a receiver hanging on the side of our house. $60 for 6down/1up. It does pretty well actually. We cancelled cable a year ago and use Hulu/Netflix only now. Wife and I both work from home and we have 3 small kids who enjoy YouTube. We never have a problem with bandwidth. It's got a pretty wide coverage area in North Central Ohio. If anybody is struggling in DSL I would highly recommend checking it out.
Comment 29 Oct 2019

I don't know about the different coaching styles, but I can say this team seems more focused than any team in the last several years.  It sounds like the inexplicable losses to inferior teams and the multiple playoff snubs has had as much of an impact as anything, and for the better.  Sometimes you just need to shake things up to get out of that rut.  This team certainly believes they have what it takes and are on a real mission to prove it every week.  Naturally motivated players make a coaches job that much easier.

I think we learn more about Ryan Day the head coach next year, especially if we win it all this year.  Will they still be focused and hungry and playing at a high level every week?  What if we drop a game?  How motivated will they be for the next one?

I think Day is a great coach, but there hasn't been much adversity in his tenure to date.  It will be very interesting to see how he handles that when it comes.