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    Re: James Harrison agrees to terms with Bengals



    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Me neither. Dansby made a lot more sense. Kind of strange that they went with Harrison over him.
    Situational pass rusher is the only thing that makes sense to me; that's why I'm interested to see the terms of the deal
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    Re: James Harrison agrees to terms with Bengals

    Quote Originally Posted by esmd View Post
    I predict he doesn't have much of an impact with the Bengals. He's just a name at this point.
    That. His MO was the terror hit that is on the out, and his claim to fame, a big SB interception.......
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    Re: James Harrison agrees to terms with Bengals

    Harrison was a beast in the last few games when he was healthy. He's like Kruger - very effective in a situational role. Stop acting up with sour grapes, people.




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    Re: James Harrison agrees to terms with Bengals

    What the Bengals lacked to me was a sense of intensity and nastiness, he brings that.




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    Re: James Harrison agrees to terms with Bengals

    Quote Originally Posted by ActualSpamBot View Post
    I was never high on him for us because I wanted youth. But you guys need veteran playoff experienced leaders so I think he might fit well. I thought you ran a 4-3 though? I guess he'll be the Sam Backer?
    Agreed. Whereas his "veteran presence" on a Ravens roster is a likely ticket to the Doghouse, experience and a reputation that precedes is what Cincy needs more of.




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    Re: James Harrison agrees to terms with Bengals

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenalytics View Post
    Harrison was a beast in the last few games when he was healthy. He's like Kruger - very effective in a situational role. Stop acting up with sour grapes, people.
    What sour grapes? This is a career 3-4 pass rusher going to a very straight 4-3 team. I'm curious to see how they make that work.
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    Re: James Harrison agrees to terms with Bengals

    Quote Originally Posted by Tolucaraven View Post
    What the Bengals lacked to me was a sense of intensity and nastiness, he brings that.
    And playoff victories. They lack playoff victories.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenalytics View Post
    Harrison was a beast in the last few games when he was healthy. He's like Kruger - very effective in a situational role. Stop acting up with sour grapes, people.
    Sour grapes? Lol wat Harrison is 35 and washed up.


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    Re: James Harrison agrees to terms with Bengals

    I read somewhere that pre-injury he used to squat 800 lbs. He's got my respect. That's sick.




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