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Clutch play, breaks fuel strong start | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 4 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Oct 14, 2009, titled Clutch play, breaks fuel strong start | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Andre Caldwell gets a lift from Domata Peko after Caldwell's touchdown catch with 22 seconds left lifted the Bengals to a 17-14 win over the Ravens on Sunday.

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shane

South Charleston, OH

#1 Oct 14, 2009
Its about time they let St.Louis go he has almost single handedly lost three games for us!! Nice guy but lets face it he should have been taken out like Ol' Yeller weeks ago. And to all those idiot Steeler fans etc,etc that are saying were lucky I say say ..........SO WHAT LICK EM BABY!!! and has anyone heard from loudmouth "kenminusbarbie" I knew he wouldnt be back on here after he so bravly picked the Ravens to swallow the Bengals. They swallowed something alright,The agonizing and hopefuly familiar taste of defeat. WHO DEY,
Ad-Rock

Columbus, OH

#2 Oct 14, 2009
The Bengals are not lucky. Yes, Limas Sweed's catch would have put the Bengals in a deep hole, which could have cost them the win. If the Bengals defend the deep pass vs Denver with FS Crocker being the deepest player on the field, Stockley gets tackled and time runs out. Also, if St. Louis has better snaps, the Bengals would not have missed 2 field goals and 1 extra point this year in games vs. Denver and Cleveland. Yes Flacco missed Mason wide open down the sideline. But, Carson hit his TE (Coates) right in the hands twice for Td's, but he dropped them. Also, Carson has thrown 2 int td's this year vs Green Bay and Baltimore. If he does not do that, the Bengals win by 10. The offense has been sloppy and inconsistent at best this year. Even with a loss to Pittsburgh, the Bengals would still be 4-1.
shane

South Charleston, OH

#3 Oct 14, 2009
YUP!!!!!!!WHO DEY
Ad-Rock wrote:
The Bengals are not lucky. Yes, Limas Sweed's catch would have put the Bengals in a deep hole, which could have cost them the win. If the Bengals defend the deep pass vs Denver with FS Crocker being the deepest player on the field, Stockley gets tackled and time runs out. Also, if St. Louis has better snaps, the Bengals would not have missed 2 field goals and 1 extra point this year in games vs. Denver and Cleveland. Yes Flacco missed Mason wide open down the sideline. But, Carson hit his TE (Coates) right in the hands twice for Td's, but he dropped them. Also, Carson has thrown 2 int td's this year vs Green Bay and Baltimore. If he does not do that, the Bengals win by 10. The offense has been sloppy and inconsistent at best this year. Even with a loss to Pittsburgh, the Bengals would still be 4-1.
Fat-H

Dayton, OH

#4 Oct 14, 2009
thats not all they swallowed.. haha..

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