I was born and raised in Cincinnati, OH. I graduated from Sycamore High School before attending Dartmouth College. I played wide receiver at and graduated from Dartmouth College with a bachelor's degree in English - creative writing. I love all of my Cincinnati sports teams and for no reason the Oklahoma City Thunder.
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Just saw your article about the 25 top Bengals players. The most important was Paul Brown, whose death ushered in an era of pain that persists today with Mike at the helm.
Anyway, most of those mentioned are worthy but as a 25yr+ fan, you may have considered the following more seriously:
Sam Wyche (as coach of course)
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I'm loving B/R so far, it's great! Thanks, I think they've got a shot at the playoffs since the Browns beat the Steelers yesterday. The Ravens should beat the Steelers next week and we SHOULD beat four of our next five teams (Chargers, Cowboys, Eagles, Steelers) and then the Ravens Week 17. It's certainly possible to make the playoffs, not quite likely, but definitely more probable after yesterday.
Thanks for becoming a fan, Kyle! How are you liking B/R so far? Your Bengals coverage has been terrific, what do you think of their chances for the rest of the season?