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Old 10-22-2011, 04:12 PM
 
Location: Northern Arizona
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They're like cockroaches - they're everywhere. I have no doubt that Neil Armstrong saw a Steelers fan when he stepped out of the lunar module. When I lived out west, almost all of the Steelers fans I met had no connection to Pittsburgh or Pennsylvania. Most had never been there. And, of course, none of them liked the Pirates or Penguins.

Honestly, they are the most unoriginal fan base in sports. They win a game, it multiplies tenfold.
Even in Arizona (a place notorious for bandwagon fans), Steelers fans still outnumbered Cardinals fans the year the Cards went to the Super Bowl.

I see Steelers jerseys everywhere, even in Flagstaff. I'd expect to see more Cowboys, Broncos or hell, even Raiders fans, but that's yet to happen.
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Old 10-24-2011, 08:34 AM
 
Location: Bel Air, California
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Default Bengals toughest competition has surged ahead!

July 18, 2011...

Bengals rally, take over lead in NFL arrests since 2000

that all ya got!?

October 23, 2011...

Report: Vikings Lead NFL in Number of Arrests | KSAX.com (http://ksax.com/article/stories/S2341142.shtml?cat=10230&v=1 - broken link)

Sure Cincinnati may get more of the national publicity, but until such time as we lose our team to LA, we'll be in this race for the long haul. Considering your boating season goes on longer, I'd say you already have an unfair advantage.
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Old 10-24-2011, 09:14 AM
 
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I don't think the Vikings are the top candidate to move to L.A. ... Jacksonville or Oakland would be far better options. But if the Browns can leave Cleveland, anything can happen. I hope the Vikes stay up north where they belong.
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Old 10-24-2011, 04:44 PM
 
Location: Cincinnati near
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July 18, 2011...

Bengals rally, take over lead in NFL arrests since 2000

that all ya got!?

October 23, 2011...

Report: Vikings Lead NFL in Number of Arrests | KSAX.com (http://ksax.com/article/stories/S2341142.shtml?cat=10230&v=1 - broken link)

Sure Cincinnati may get more of the national publicity, but until such time as we lose our team to LA, we'll be in this race for the long haul. Considering your boating season goes on longer, I'd say you already have an unfair advantage.
I'm not impressed. Jerome Simpson's drug dealing blows Cook's domestic battery out of the water. Bengals are still #1 in street cred and laws broken.
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Old 10-24-2011, 10:48 PM
 
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I'm not impressed. Jerome Simpson's drug dealing blows Cook's domestic battery out of the water. Bengals are still #1 in street cred and laws broken.
Jerome Simpson hasn't been arrested nor so much as charged with anything. Most of the over-covered, sensationalized reports of Bengals arrests over the years have been just as an embarrassing a commentary on the media as anything else. The overwhelming majority of arrests were pre-2007 and by players long gone from Cincinnati, and most, if not all, were offenses that would barely register a blip were committed by you, me or the rest of the general public.

Eric Steinbach (now a Cleveland Brown) arrested for boating while drinking on the Ohio River. Give me a break.
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Old 10-27-2011, 09:21 AM
 
Location: Cleveland Suburbs
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Originally Posted by Ghengis View Post
July 18, 2011...

Bengals rally, take over lead in NFL arrests since 2000

that all ya got!?

October 23, 2011...

Report: Vikings Lead NFL in Number of Arrests | KSAX.com (http://ksax.com/article/stories/S2341142.shtml?cat=10230&v=1 - broken link)

Sure Cincinnati may get more of the national publicity, but until such time as we lose our team to LA, we'll be in this race for the long haul. Considering your boating season goes on longer, I'd say you already have an unfair advantage.
Aren't the Rams on the verge of leaving St. Louis?
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Old 10-27-2011, 12:21 PM
 
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Aren't the Rams on the verge of leaving St. Louis?
The Rams could be one of the teams in the discussion to move to L.A., since they have an outdated stadium and no immediate plans for a replacement. Add to that their L.A. roots and they make sense. But Jacksonville and Oakland remain the most likely candidates due to their awful stadium situations and lackluster fan support. Oakland also has the ex-L.A. card to play.

I can't imagine there is any way the NFL would let the Vikings out of Minnesota. MSP is a great sports towns, it's a healthy, growing metro and the team is beloved up there. They're going nowhere.
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Old 10-30-2011, 12:49 PM
 
Location: Cleveland Suburbs
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Bearcats are ranked 23rd in the NCAA Football Rankings for week 10.

2011 NCAA College Football Polls and Rankings for Week 10 - ESPN


Looks like both the Bearcats and Xavier are expected to have good basketball seasons this year. Did anyone else see Miami kill Buffalo last night down in Oxford?
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Old 10-30-2011, 10:32 PM
 
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Who Dey!

You can't go 0-16 if you are 5-2
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Old 11-06-2011, 09:54 PM
 
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Hard to go 0-16 when you are 6-2
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