>Lovable misfit gets contract extension …

>

Yep – that’s how we feel about it too.

The greatest coach since John Cooper has a record of 60-69-1. Eight years with only two winning seasons. Zero playoff wins. 238,304 false start penalties.

Well, let’s give him another eight years and maybe he’ll turn things around.

Go Colts!

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  1. #1 by Anonymous on January 4, 2011 - 10:49 pm

    >You can't tell me you were a Colt fan before Peyton Manning! The Colts were as inept as the Bengals till the the mid '90's.You'll be back as a true Bengal fan next year when they win the championship. The schedule has at least 10 wins on it and the Colts will be lucking to make it next year. (barely this year!)GO BENGALS AND MARVIN!!!

  2. #2 by same ol same ol on January 4, 2011 - 11:51 pm

    >Yes-GO COLTS! My allegence to the Bengals officially ended with this season. I have always liked Indianapolis and rooted for them, they now have my attention all the time.Did you see Marvin's quote? "I think I'm happy now". What the hell?!? He "thinks" he's happy? I can still hear that sucking sound coming from the south……..

  3. #3 by Anonymous on January 5, 2011 - 3:02 am

    >5:59 is really out of it. Marvin and the Bengals are done, over and inept!

  4. #4 by Wave 96 on January 5, 2011 - 12:13 pm

    >I am gonna be a fan through the good times and bad times…. you know T.O. didn't exactly come out in our favor. but hey " a Majority of the games we lose were by 7 or less."

  5. #5 by GST on January 5, 2011 - 7:49 pm

    >Any other NFL team would have let Marvin go long before now, and surely not given him a new contract at this point. Not only that, Marvin Lewis is the most un-fan and un-media friendly coach in the NFL. Rex Ryan is a boob, but you can't say that the guy isn't interesting in a press conference.Funny, Marvin made it known that he didn't want to stay unless he got some changes, the top two things being an indoor practice facility and more bodies in the scouting dept. He got neither, yet he accepted being Mike Brown's puppet yet again.After 25+ years… I'm done with these clowns too. Enough is enough and I WON'T come back (at least until Mike Brown and Marvin Lewis are both out of the picture). There are other NFL teams that I can root for…not because they're winning, but because they are just better people from the front office right down to the waterboy.

  6. #6 by Anonymous on January 5, 2011 - 11:13 pm

    >I will always be a Bengals fan. Just not a fan of Lewis, Palmer or Brown. They all need to be gone. If Ocho and TO were as good as they thought they are, wouldn't that be something. Maybe someday…till then, Go Colts! At least they can get it done even when they're all banged up. Cincy, what's your excuse?

  7. #7 by Anonymous on January 6, 2011 - 11:58 am

    >GO! Pack Go!Been following the Packers since 1991. The final straw for the Bungals was when they began to demand a new stadium or they would leave Cincy. I said Go Bengals and keep on going.Green Bay is the only publicly owned franchise in the NFL. They are owned by the people of Green Bay! PLUS they are Non-Profit.So you can buy stock in the franchise and never see a return! How awesome is that?Go! Packers!

  8. #8 by GST on January 6, 2011 - 11:26 pm

    >The Packers are a fine organization. It's really too bad that Mike Brown will not look and learn from places like Green Bay, Indy, New England, Dallas, Arizona, and Pittsburgh. Like them or not, those are all pretty well-oiled NFL organizations.

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