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Our guest this week will be former NFL linebacker Joe kelly, Joe starred for the legendary coach Don James at the University of Washington. He helped Guide the Huskies to an upset win in the 1985 Orange Bowl, they finished the season the second ranked team in the nation behind BYU. His senior year he was named the captain of the team and was named an all-american and first team all Pac 10. After his career he was named to the University of Washington's all-century team. He was drafted in the first round of the 1986 NFL draft by the Cincinnati bengals where he would go on to start at Linebacker in the Super Bowl 23 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Played 11 seasons overall 4 with the bengals and then stints with the Jets,Raiders,Rams,Packers and Eagles.
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 17 giving them a home playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens in the Wild Card round next Saturday night.
The Steelers win give them the AFC North division crown for the first time sice 2010, but the game wasn't without disappointment as Le'Veon Bell left the game with a knee injury after being hit low by Bengals' safety Reggie Nelson.
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Join Jeff Hartman and Neal Coolong of the behindthesteelcurtain.com to talk about the big win for the Pittsburgh Steelers over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 14 action.
The win moves the Steelers to 8-5 on the season, guaranteeing another season of .500 or more, but also keeps their hopes alive to win the AFC North.The win puts the Steelers into the last wild card spot following the early games throughout the NFL.
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Norse Code Podcast Episode #023 (Part Two): Cincinnati Bengals Preview
Dusty is missing for reasons we can't fully explain, so James fills in as the interim host as we break down the Cincinnati Bengals.
Continuing the 2014 NFL SuperFan series with my frat brother/Bengal apologist/avid Steeler hater Andre Edwards. Among the topics to be covered:
Is owner Mike Brown FINALLY getting it?
Is coach Marvin Lewis on the hot seat (ZERO playoff wins)?
Was the Andy Dalton extension a smart signing?
Can Vontaze Burfict be the next great middle linebacker?
Will the defense miss Mike Zimmer?
Will the Bengals repeat as division champ in a much tougher AFC North?
The NFL Draft Bible counts you down to the NFL Draft with "On The Clock," an in-depth show that examines every NFL team. Each show features top beat writers and players, as they discuss team needs, key free agents and the plan of attack for the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft. Log-on to NFL Draft Bible for the latest programming schedule. Episode #4: Cincinnati Bengals.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Blake Robinson will interview Michael Lee "M.L." Harris. (born January 16, 1954 in Columbus, Ohio) is a former professional American football player who played tight end and on special teams for six seasons for the Cincinnati Bengals. He also played four seasons in the Canadian Football League. He is currently a pastor and an author.
Harris college football for Kansas State University and was undrafted. He played two seasons in the CFL with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 1976-77 followed by two seasons with the Toronto Argonauts in 1978-79 before signing with the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals.
During his six NFL seasons, he totaled 99 receptions for 1,369 yards for a 13.8 yards-per reception average and 10 touchdowns. His most productive season by far was in 1984 when, starting all 16 games, he caught 48 passes for 759 yards (15.8 yards per catch) and two touchdowns.
Harris played in Super Bowl XVI in the Bengals 26-21 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Harris currently operates the M.L. Harris All Boys Academy that teaches life skills, academics, leadership and character as well as sports, in conjunction with the New Life Outreach Christian Center in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. He is the father of former Bowling Green State University standout, Josh Harris.
Otis Hudson played his college football at Eastern Illinois and the ex-Panther now enters his second season in the National Football League with the Cincinnati Bengals. Taken in the fifth round of the 2010 NFL Draft Husdon was penciled in as the back up right guard. The Bengals Bobbie Williams enters his 12th season entering the final year of his contract which could lead tothe Bengals relying more on Hudsonmoving forward. This episode of All Access Football is hosted by Bo Marchionte.
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