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    Let's Go Philly

    Beat dey.

    Help the Steelers out. Give us some breathing room.

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    yeahh! LETS GO "DREAM TEAM".... do it for Reid, like the CHokers done it for Turner, on us...!
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    It would be nice, but Philly seems like a team that has given up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydroid View Post
    It would be nice, but Philly seems like a team that has given up.
    Last week, they played a 6-6 Bucs team, that was scratching and clawing to get themselves in the NFC playoff race, in Tampa, and snapped their 2 month long losing streak.

    Tonight, they are playing a 7-6 Bengals team, that is scratching and clawing to get themselves in the AFC playoff race, only this time it's a home game in Philly, and it is always tough for a team that has to travel on a short Thursday night week.

    Last week, rookie QB Nick Foles finally looked like an NFL QB (381 passing yards and 2 TD's) and if they can get a similar performance out of rookie RB Bryce Brown that they got in the previous 2 games before that (347 rushing yards and 4 TD's), then they certainly have a shot. The only problem is that one of the Eagles biggest weaknesses (OL) must face off against one of the Bengals biggest strengths (DL). If they give Foles any kind of time, or give Brown any kind of holes, then the Eagles might just help us out tonight.


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    I like Cincy's front 7 and think they might be a nightmare for Philly. I also worry about Philly's ability to cover AJ. This might be a blowout. I'm just hoping Cincy has a hard time playing on Thursday on the road. I hate these Thursday games. Players just can't get healthy enough on such a short turn around.

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    I hope Cincy traveling on the short half of a Thursday hurts them...because then they'll have a week-and-a-half to recharge and prepare for their biggest game of the year against us. Hopefully, this acts as a trap game for them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    I hope Cincy traveling on the short half of a Thursday hurts them...because then they'll have a week-and-a-half to recharge and prepare for their biggest game of the year against us. Hopefully, this acts as a trap game for them.
    I hadn't really thought about them getting a mini bye week right before playing us. Bummer.

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    If the Bengals lose to Philly and we beat Dallas and then the Bengals beat us next week, they'll be ahead of us in the standings.

    That kinda sux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flippy View Post
    If the Bengals lose to Philly and we beat Dallas and then the Bengals beat us next week, they'll be ahead of us in the standings.

    That kinda sux.
    On the other hand, now that Cincy has beaten Philly, even if we lose to Dallas, we'll still be ahead of Bengals in the standings if we beat them next week.


    The Rams' offense featuring weapons such as Marshall Faulk, Torrey Holt, and Isaac Bruce were known as "The Greatest Show on Turf"

    The Steelers' offense featuring weapons such as Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant should be known as "The Greatest Show on Grass"

    This has nothing at all to do with respective playing surfaces at the Edward Jones Dome vs. Heinz Field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    On the other hand, now that Cincy has beaten Philly, even if we lose to Dallas, we'll still be ahead of Bengals in the standings if we beat them next week.
    This tells me we're gonna lose to Dallas somehow.

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