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Jets put clamps on Palmer in convincing win

In the end, it wasn’t about the running game. 

Both the Jets and Bengals rushed for 171 yards Saturday night, but Mark Sanchez easily outplayed Carson Palmer to lead the Jets to a 24-14 wild card game victory in Cincinnati.

Of course, Sanchez didn’t have to go against the Jets defense.  Rex Ryan’s crew appeared to confuse Palmer and his receivers, and eventually got pressure on him in the second half.  Palmer was very inaccurate.

Sanchez needed only 15 attempts to throw for 182 yards and a touchdown.  Palmer only completed 18-of-36 ugly attempts to gain 146 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. 

Darrelle Revis picked off one pass, and held Chad Ochocinco to only two catches for 28 yards.  Shonn Greene rushed 21 times for 135 yards and a touchdown, while Thomas Jones took a backseat to the explosive rookie runner.

Shayne Graham missed two short field goals in the second half that would have kept things interesting, but the Jets looked like the better team regardless.

New York advances to play the Colts or Chargers, depending on Sunday’s AFC result.

Just three weeks removed from Tony Gonzalez breaking every Jets fan’s heart, Rex Ryan’s team is one of the final eight teams left standing.

For the Bengals, a once magical season turned painful ends with a thud.  They lost four of their final five games.

Palmer waited four years to get back to the playoffs after tearing his ACL only to suffer another deeply painful evening.

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  1. Laxer37 says: Jan 9, 2010 8:06 PM

    Way to use that franchise tag on your kicker Bungles – you couldn’t make something like that up!!!
    And when did Carson Palmer turn into Jamarcus Russell? He was thoroughly outplayed by a rookie two weeks in a row, this time on his home field!
    On a positive note, Mike Zimmer just got a lot cheaper to re-sign.

  2. samsara76 says: Jan 9, 2010 8:08 PM

    FIRE BRAT
    PAY ZIMMER
    PAY BENSON
    DID I SAY FIRE BRAT?

  3. bigbolt says: Jan 9, 2010 8:08 PM

    Have fun on the unemployment line, Shayne Graham. Like I’ve been saying…kickers are like closers in baseball, there are about 5 good ones and the rest of them suck ass, especially when you put a little pressure on them.

  4. samsara76 says: Jan 9, 2010 8:09 PM

    OH Yea…
    Get rid of the fools gold. Shane grahm cant hit them when they count. Very over paid!

  5. CAPTMARK says: Jan 9, 2010 8:10 PM

    Mangini’s old team looking good !
    The Browns could have done better against the Jets.
    Braylon Edwards BIG NON Factor ! ……..

  6. TheBigOldDog says: Jan 9, 2010 8:14 PM

    I don’t see how Marvin Lewis keeps his job. Not after that performance. He had all week to prepare. He had a first hand scrimmage against them last week. He knew exactly what they were going to do and yet he couldn’t defeat the blitz on offense and couldn’t defend the bootleg (on the only 15 times Sanchez even threw the ball) on defense.

  7. Laxer37 says: Jan 9, 2010 8:15 PM

    And with that… the last remaining Bungle fans stepped quietly off the bandwagon.

  8. Runnin' outta fingers says: Jan 9, 2010 8:15 PM

    what a bunch of chumps.

  9. tatum32 says: Jan 9, 2010 8:23 PM

    Sorry we had to expose you.
    Sincerely,
    Raider Nation, and Bruce Almighty

  10. brownswinner says: Jan 9, 2010 8:23 PM

    Am I the only one that thinks Tiki Barber is a terrible on field reporter? It just hit me when he was interviewing Rex after the game.

  11. cgc1969 says: Jan 9, 2010 8:24 PM

    not as mighty as you think ha bengals, bunch of frauds, start out strong but in the end where it counts “YOU ARE WEAK!”

  12. DayAllOnJuice says: Jan 9, 2010 8:24 PM

    There is something very wrong with Carson Palmer and it isn’t the OC.

  13. ☻☼CBS, FOX, ESPN, NFLN nbc says: Jan 9, 2010 8:27 PM

    C. Palmer has been overrated since draft day. He’s played 5 quarter of Playoff football and hasn’t produced jack.

  14. DoughBoyRAC says: Jan 9, 2010 8:33 PM

    Wow! Wish I were a Bengals fan so I could have watched them play like old women the last three games of the season!!
    Is Marvin Lewis done yet?
    BTW…great show Ocho! Too bad you can’t play football as well as you can choreograph skits!

  15. SirSuperSouthern says: Jan 9, 2010 8:38 PM

    Thats what those posers deserve for cheating Houston out of a playoff spot – what fakers. They know they suck, that’s what’s so funny about all this:
    “Can we beat Houston?”
    “Hell no.”
    “Well, the Jets have a rookie QB, think we could take them?”
    What cowards. Like I said, they got exactly what they deserved…

  16. Dirthead says: Jan 9, 2010 8:38 PM

    Hey all you idiots. Losing sucks, but this team was what, 4-11-1 last year. Wait 5 minutes before deciding to call this season some kind of failure.
    Oh and “The BigOldDog” you are a jewell of colossal ignorance…. Marvin Lewis is a leading candidate for coach of the year and you want him fired??? Dolt.
    Bottom line: Our season lasted one week longer than Pittsburgh’s and to me that is progress. I am hurting now, but this was a solid turnaround season and if we can keep Zimmer and get a couple receivers who can get open we can stay contenders.
    Who Dey anyway!

  17. Bob S. says: Jan 9, 2010 8:40 PM

    WHY WAS PALMER NOT ON INJURY LIST?
    HE COULDNT EVEN HANDOFF WITH HIS RIGHT HAND! HE WAS HIGH AND OFF TARGET 95% OF THE TIME?
    WHY WAS HE NOT ON THE INJURY LIST?
    WHY DID NFL.COM NOT HAVE THEIR INJURY LIST UP ON THE PAGE THEY ALWAYS HAVE IT? IT IS STILL THERE AND SAYS WILDCARD WEEKEND BUT POSTS NO NAMES?
    HE couldnt even handoff with his hand BUT he could pass? eli was on injury list all year long with that foot so was brady for numerous little things none that restricted them like this qb who is a top qb when healthy. he was on no list. in fact they hid the list from their site. seems last time he was on it was in OCTOBER! Yet they fine mangini a year later for favre!

  18. RockPile says: Jan 9, 2010 8:40 PM

    One down. Hope every playoff team that rolled over in the last week (or two) suffers the same fate.

  19. dangeralert says: Jan 9, 2010 8:40 PM

    Speaking of bad kickers, Jay Feely was the exact opposite as he really stepped up to handle punting duties and did a damn fine job of it.

  20. j-wil says: Jan 9, 2010 8:42 PM

    super bowl- packers/jets
    favre on suicide watch……………………..

  21. tuskey says: Jan 9, 2010 8:42 PM

    Another brilliant call by Mike Brown. Franchise a freaking mediocre kicker and let Housh walk. Their kicking game was a joke all season and their passing game was no better.
    And go figure…missed field goals and a high school jv passing game!!!
    The bungles live on…..

  22. Laxer37 says: Jan 9, 2010 8:48 PM

    Dirthead:
    That’s the problem with the Bengals and their fans, your measuring stick of success is always the Steelers and not the Superbowl. That’s why they shut it down after the second Steelers win.
    C’mon, keep your eyes on the correct goal!

  23. TheBigOldDog says: Jan 9, 2010 8:49 PM

    Dirthead says: January 9, 2010 8:38 PM
    Oh and “The BigOldDog” you are a jewell of colossal ignorance…. Marvin Lewis is a leading candidate for coach of the year and you want him fired??? Dolt.
    ______________
    The truth hurts.
    ______________
    Our season lasted one week longer than Pittsburgh’s and to me that is progress. I am hurting now, but this was a solid turnaround season and if we can keep Zimmer and get a couple receivers who can get open we can stay contenders.
    ______________
    That’s exactly why your season only lasted 1 week longer. People like you are a bad coach’s dream. You justify mediocrity and you’ll get mediocrity.

  24. Captain says: Jan 9, 2010 8:52 PM

    Palmer should change his last name to Johnson too.

  25. Kellar_2 says: Jan 9, 2010 8:52 PM

    Game and season notes on the Bengals:
    Bratkowski has to go. He lost the raiders game by giving the Jeremi Johnson the ball (for the first time in the game) inside the red zone, in the 4th quarter with a chance to put the game away. PLay resulted in a turnover and the rest is history. (Especially when Benson had clearly been effective enough – Why the need to trick anyone?) He also cost them a chance to win the Chargers game when he called a screen pass in the middle of their best drive in the fourth quarter, to their # 3 WR which ultimately cost them a chance at a TD (When again, conventional passing and running with Benson had carried them all the way down the field) He is notoriously predictable, his system very complex to learn and isn’t successful. Palmer has regressed under his guidance. He HAS to go.
    It wouldn’t surprise me if there is something still wrong with Carson Palmer’s elbow. He hasn’t looked sharp all season – He has continually been on a different page than his WR’s and more notably, thrown high and inaccurate on all levels. To his credit, He has played the entitre season without saying a single word about it or making an excuse.
    Losing Chris Henry was huge. The bengals have no one else to stretch the field. (WR Simpson was a huge disappointment) He did the little things that don’t show up in the stat book to help other WR’s get open and was a significant red zone threat. The offense hasn’t looked the same since the home Baltimore game. He will forever be missed. RIP Chris.
    Too many injuries to defensive starters = DE Odom, who was a league leader in sacks before he went down, S Roy Williams, who had his best yrs under Zimmer, LB Maualuga, who was a legitimate rookie of the year candidate, and DT Sims, who provided third or fourth solid guy on the interior of the DLine. Notice how most of the Jets big plays came from the side Maualuga played?
    The Kicking game. It has been a problem all season. I think Graham’s inconsistency was hidden by the problems with the snapper early on. The commentators nailed it when they said he is successful when it doesn’t matter. Terrible choice to franchise him. Where is Housh when you need him?
    The Bengals overcame a lot, but really struggled outside of the North. However, there are positives to take away from this season. They are an extremely young and talented team. They have room to grow and need another solid off-season and a few key moves to continue to progress. Although Mike Brown has taken a lot of deserving heat over the years, it seems he has once again allowed Marvin Lewis to run the ship. A move he had previously made until the reported disagreement between “marvin’s guys” and “mike’s guys” after the 2005 season, which led to three seasons of disappointment. Don’t meddle Mike!!!.
    So while this season has ended with a lot of disappointment, the Bengals are learning to deal with success and have a very solid core, with more good things to come.
    Offseason needs:
    WR
    FS
    CB
    LB
    DL
    OL
    K
    New OC (Fire Bratkowski and promote QB coach K. Zampese)
    Resign DC Zimmer (promote LB coach J. FitzGerald if Zimmer takes the Washington money)

  26. The Real Shuxion says: Jan 9, 2010 9:03 PM

    @ ☻☼CBS, FOX, ESPN, NFLN nbc:
    He has been one of the better QB’s before getting hurt and has gotten probably the sorriest franchise in the 90’s and early 2000’s to two playoffs in 5 years retard.

  27. Laxer37 says: Jan 9, 2010 9:04 PM

    Bob S.:
    You are a confused individual. I’m not a Bengals fan but you are way off base. Here are the facts.
    First, Palmer could throw because the injury is to his non-throwing hand.
    Second, he has been hurt and handing off that way since about week three.
    Third, there was no conspiracy. This was common knowledge to everyone but you apparently.
    Sounds like you bet the house on the Bengals tonight.

  28. PurpleNGold says: Jan 9, 2010 9:08 PM

    Rex: 1
    Florio: 0

  29. 8man says: Jan 9, 2010 9:14 PM

    Ditto on teams that mail it in. If you take the last two weeks off, how do you recover?
    Be interesting to see how the Saints and Colts play. Chargers look ready.
    Not looking good for the Cardinals, but they mail it in every other week anyways. Still picking the Pack.
    Ravens and Patriots looks to be the best tilt remaining. Gonna be cold in Foxboro. The winner goes to Indy(dome) or San Diego(how bad can the weather be?).

  30. contraryguy says: Jan 9, 2010 9:27 PM

    Kellar_2, you nailed it. Would question why the Bengals need to obtain more CBs though. The starters are healthy and productive. They may have to seriously look at the health of Carson’s arm and figure out whether they need to make plans now. You can’t have a NFL quarterback who rainbows every throw, and win.
    Depending on what Baltimore and AZ do the Bengals will draft around 21st to 23rd. Good spot for a top WR.

  31. Laxer37 says: Jan 9, 2010 9:31 PM

    The Real Shuxion says:
    Palmer has been one of the better QB’s before getting hurt and has gotten probably the sorriest franchise in the 90’s and early 2000’s to two playoffs in 5 years retard.
    __________________________________
    Two things.
    One – the Bengals got to the playoffs this year in spite of Carson Palmer, not because of him. Everyone knows the running game and the defense got them into the playoffs.
    Two – getting to the playoffs is not a measure of success. Winning in the playoffs is.
    That being said, you can’t help but feel for the guy. His career has been just short of a nightmare.

  32. pudgalvin says: Jan 9, 2010 9:35 PM

    There had better be a post on this site about how absolutely awful the announcing for this game was. If Mr. Florio and company would like to retain any journalistic integrity, there will be a long, hilarious post about Joey Sunshine and Coach being the absolute worst broadcasting combo I’ve ever heard in my life. Like turn the sound off bad. It made what was already a terribly boring game into an almost unwatchable game.

  33. bacon! says: Jan 9, 2010 9:35 PM

    Anyone that thought the Bengals could pull this out should have their head examined. They’re the Charlie Brown’s of football. They’ll always find a new way to lose a game.

  34. whodey says: Jan 9, 2010 9:43 PM

    Benson gets 169 yds rushing and we lose??? Palmer isn’t healthy…or he learned from Bratkowski how to suck. Either way, change is needed.
    Good game NYJ, your D is impressive.

  35. ingreenmts says: Jan 9, 2010 9:49 PM

    By the way folks, the JETS are for REAL! Guess we didn’t just back into the playoffs. Welcome to REVIS Island!

  36. Stinemonster says: Jan 9, 2010 9:50 PM

    That will teach them. The Bengals had the chance to try to take the Jets out of the playoffs and they laid down and let them in. They showed they wanted to play the Jets over the Texans so they got what they asked for.

  37. Stinemonster says: Jan 9, 2010 9:52 PM

    I heard Nick Folk is looking for a job.

  38. HamBurghlar says: Jan 9, 2010 9:54 PM

    SAME OLD BUN-GLES *clap clap clap clap clap*
    Exactly what @TheBigOldDog said.. They’ll never win when they think “their superbowl” is winning against the Steelers.. Way to run the table on the division only to be shown up by the Jets..

  39. TheWizard says: Jan 9, 2010 10:05 PM

    For years I’ve been hearing how Palmer is in the “top echelon” of quarterbacks.
    Ditto with Johnson the receiver.
    Enough of that bullshit until their record begins to reflect such talk.

  40. Kellar_2 says: Jan 9, 2010 10:10 PM

    Contrary guy:
    Thanks. I’ve been a life-long bengal fan, but try to look at the team logically.
    CB isn’t an immediate need, but Joseph and Hall are both going to command a big contract in the next few seasons, and I doubt Cincinnati can afford to keep both.

  41. Bob S. says: Jan 9, 2010 10:11 PM

    dangeralert says:
    Speaking of bad kickers, Jay Feely was the exact opposite as he really stepped up to handle punting duties and did a damn fine job of it.

    BUT how good was feely when he and his FG team missed 3 THATS THREE EASY FGs in the atlanta game that seemed to eliminate the jets 10-7 in week 15?

  42. pghsteve says: Jan 9, 2010 10:13 PM

    Maybe now we can wait until Mr. Palmer actually wins a playoff game (or any other ‘must win’ game) before he is compared to Manning, Brady, Big Ben, and Rivers?

  43. stnmmc says: Jan 9, 2010 10:15 PM

    Let us all pray for a Jets – Colts matchup next week.
    I could take the rest of the year off if the Jets get that matchup and knock Indy out.

  44. Bob S. says: Jan 9, 2010 10:21 PM

    Laxer37 says:
    Third, there was no conspiracy. This was common knowledge to everyone but you apparently.

    then why was he NOT on the injury list?
    there was something definately wrong with his throws and all game long. and like thiesmann said its a miracle they didnt fumble on those handoffs which should have been with his other hand. unless you think he suddenly lost all his ability.
    i counted at least 10 passes that had they been even just a bit more accurate they would have been caught. an interception avoided. 2 wasted replays. 2 fumbles because of his poorly aimed passes.
    i repeat thiessmann kept saying he is not following thru, why? does he not know he should? OR was some injury causing this? he sure had enuff time to throw.
    as i said, why was the injury YOU SAY YOU KNEW ABOUT not on the injury report?
    repeat- mangini fined a year later for not having favre on one!

  45. pghsteve says: Jan 9, 2010 10:26 PM

    TheWizard says:
    “For years I’ve been hearing how Palmer is in the “top echelon” of quarterbacks.
    Ditto with Johnson the receiver.”
    __________________________________
    I agree. What have either of these guys done in pressure games?
    At least Chad O. will have plenty of time to enjoy his birthday present to himself. Hope it came with a GPS so that he can get directions to Canton to see the Hall of Fame, cause thats the only way he is getting there.

  46. openfieldtackle says: Jan 9, 2010 10:27 PM

    Same old Bungles!!!
    The Steelers let you in one year with a couple GIFT wins… back to the cellar next year!
    The Colts deserve to face the J-E-T-S. You gave them a win now watch out when you face them!
    6 TIME CHAMPS!

  47. WashingtonRedstorms says: Jan 9, 2010 10:28 PM

    Chadley the Twitter Cult leader will lose some of his zombie cultist with lack of tweets.
    Chadley “Jim Jones” Onchoculto

  48. cunn9305 says: Jan 9, 2010 10:59 PM

    It’s not the OC wasn’t he there in ’05 ? Palmer has not been the same since his injury. Without Slim the passing game just went into the tank. How did the Stillers lose to these guys twice ??? Oh yeah because we can’t win a game without Troy P … I guess.

  49. josh says: Jan 9, 2010 11:01 PM

    Karma 1, Cincy 0
    Next up, Indy! I would LOVE to see the Jets take the 2 teams out that LET them into the show!

  50. Laxer37 says: Jan 9, 2010 11:18 PM

    Bob S.
    The point was that Palmer has been off on his throws all season. This didn’t just magically begin tonight. Remember, the guy had zero passing yards last week?
    Also keep in mind he came back from a major elbow injury and may never be the same accurate passer he once was.
    Not sure how you feel the Bengals were being deceptive.
    Also not sure why you are still hammering him for handing off with his throwing hand. Can’t you understand that his left thumb has been hurt and he has been handing off like that all season? Any team that watched tape knew his left thumb was injured. Again, it was no secret. Especially when you consider it was heavily taped on the outside of his glove each week for other teams to see.

  51. Richm2256 says: Jan 9, 2010 11:19 PM

    Bob S., you’re a moron.
    Seriously.
    Put away the tin foil hat, and put down the “conspiracy theories” handbook, and admit your team sucked today.
    It doesn’t matter what Jay Feely did x number of weeks ago, what matters is that he didn’t suck today and your guy did. In fact, your guy could not have sucked worse. Seriously, he missed from 33 AND 28 yards.
    Carson Palmer totally sucked today. He’s not any more banged up than any other QB at this point in the season, they’re ALL dinged up a bit. He just hasn’t gotten it done in the playoffs.
    85 was a JOKE today. I’d love for the coverage to bust out a move everytime he sucks on a play. THAT would be awesome!
    Jets fans have to admit, your team TOTALLY backed into the playoffs, but to their credit, they made the most of it. Your defense was good, not great, but good. Your offense, well no one is going to mistake Sanchez for Peyton Manning – Eli Manning, maybe, depending how he played any given week. But the Jets offense got it done today.
    Bengals fans can feel good that their season went as well as it did, but when you get to the playoffs, you’re there to WIN, not to just be there. Jets fans, your guys ended up where it didn’t seem they would go, so hats off to your guys. But seriously, San Diego or Indy – despite their layoff weeks – are going to absolutely destroy you next week, so enjoy today’s success.
    And yes, those announcers were – say it with me, Charles Barkley – “turrbul, jus’ turrbul”. NBC, you really need to go out and find a couple of CBS’s scrubs, eh?

  52. Lombardi 6 says: Jan 9, 2010 11:41 PM

    Palmers been a puss ever since Kimo shredded his knee..Outside of Benson the whole team looked like it fell out of a pick up truck..

  53. stetai says: Jan 10, 2010 1:59 AM

    Bengals should be completely ashamed of themselves. What a disgrace.

  54. BP says: Jan 10, 2010 2:00 AM

    Jets didn’t put the clamp on Palmer, Palmer put the clamp on Palmer. What, is the guy handicapped or something? You could smell his stink 500 miles away.

  55. FlorioWhorio says: Jan 10, 2010 3:18 AM

    TheBigOldDog says:
    January 9, 2010 8:49 PM
    Dirthead says: January 9, 2010 8:38 PM
    Oh and “The BigOldDog” you are a jewell of colossal ignorance…. Marvin Lewis is a leading candidate for coach of the year and you want him fired??? Dolt.
    ______________
    The truth hurts.
    ______________
    Our season lasted one week longer than Pittsburgh’s and to me that is progress. I am hurting now, but this was a solid turnaround season and if we can keep Zimmer and get a couple receivers who can get open we can stay contenders.
    ______________
    That’s exactly why your season only lasted 1 week longer. People like you are a bad coach’s dream. You justify mediocrity and you’ll get mediocrity.
    ___________
    Mediocre? You mean like the MEDIOCRE Pats, a team that hasn’t beaten ONE SINGLE GOOD TEAM this season and won’t the rest of the way? THAT kind of MEDIOCRE?
    LMFAO!!!!

  56. FlorioWhorio says: Jan 10, 2010 3:21 AM

    TheWizard says:
    January 9, 2010 10:05 PM
    For years I’ve been hearing how Palmer is in the “top echelon” of quarterbacks.
    Ditto with Johnson the receiver.
    Enough of that bullshit until their record begins to reflect such talk.
    _________
    Maybe Palmer can get someone from the USC Film School to start filming defensive signals or maybe he will get lucky enough to get a defense that can win Super Bowls for him like the Pats defense did for Cindy Brady.

  57. FlorioWhorio says: Jan 10, 2010 3:22 AM

    Richm2256 says:
    January 9, 2010 11:19 PM
    Bob S., you’re a moron.
    Seriously.
    ________
    The ONLY moron here is you, Pats fool.

  58. speedy1383 says: Jan 10, 2010 4:07 AM

    Palmer was off most of the game. Cincy needs better receivers. You have Chad and no one else. Benson is not a good receiver out of the backfield. He did catch a few today though. Another WR and a good catching TE might do them a hell of a lot of good. Palmer needs to get the thumb fixed and maybe his passing will be better. Those handoffs were strange to watch.
    I am surprised more people haven’t talked about the announcers. They were horrible. Tom Hammond made so many mistakes, it was painful to listen to. He announced the wrong players, didn’t know which team penalties were called on, had trouble with who was behind center. On one of the Jets TDs, Hammond thought at first it was Smith throwing the ball instead of Sanchez. He later corrected himself, but Theismann still talked about how much Smith threw in college. It was insane how bad the broadcast was.

  59. bengalstink09 says: Jan 10, 2010 6:07 AM

    @B akerSucks – You nailed it. Winning starts at the top … at least it always has in Pittsburgh. Still can’t believe they placed the franchise tag on Shayne Graham. Holy shiite … is there any other NFL team that has done the same thing? If not, then that in and of itself speaks volumes for the idiots that have owned and run the Bungles franchise for all these wonderful years.
    Enjoy it bungles. Your team does what it always does – it tries to measure it’s success and celebrates wins against the Steelers and now Ravens as if they’ve won the Super Bowl.
    I love how some Bungles fans are already going down the road of all of their injuries … get REAL. Every other team in the playoffs has suffered key injuries on both sides of the ball. In fact, the only reason you got to the playoffs with that sorry ass 1-3 reg season finish is because #43 didn’t play against you more than 1 series in a few games this year. You all know the Steelers gave it away in week 3, but shit you were celebrating like you had just won the SB in week 3. Makes it bitter sweet for a lifelong Steelers fan who has to listen to and live with the orange and black copycat bullshit all season long in Cincinnati.
    BTW – Ocho lost his Cinco a long time ago. Guy has never been able to take a real hit and avoids YAC at all cost. Thought after Revis shut him down in week 17, that he was going to change his name back to Johnson. How about Donkey – because he is and always will be a self serving jack ass.
    Come back and talk smack next year on PFT, but only do it once you’ve proven something.

  60. Don says: Jan 10, 2010 6:52 AM

    The Bungles found that not game planning last week worked out so well for them that they decided not to plan again this week too.

  61. Tomthebombtracy says: Jan 10, 2010 7:30 AM

    Who dey? Who dey? I’ll tell who Who Dey is. Dey is the team that still has’t won a playoff game with Carson Palmer.

  62. CrEaTiVeOnE says: Jan 10, 2010 8:03 AM

    What happened to those so called Pro Bowl corners of the Bungles?

  63. miggz says: Jan 10, 2010 11:34 AM

    Who dey? Who dey? Dey suck. Way to represent the AFC North losers. Have fun with your first place schedule next year. It will be another 10 years until you win the AFC North.

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