Karak Nhati Bengals

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Karak Nhati Bengals roster 
#NamePositionMaStAgAvSkillsInjuriesCpTdIntCasMVPSPPValue
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21Jarek Brokkisson III
player avatarBlitzer
5339Block, Thick Skull, Guard0100213100k
22Egar Thomansson
player avatarBlocker
4329Block, Tackle, Thick Skull, Guard, Mighty Blow0005325110k
31Ilrik Wodinsson
player avatarBlitzer
6339Block, Thick Skull, Guard, +1 Ma0501227130k
33Dared Fumbursnev
player avatarBlocker
4329Block, Tackle, Thick Skull, Guard, Mighty Blow0018123110k
65Magni¬†Motagsson II
player avatarTroll Slayer
5328Block, Dauntless, Frenzy, Thick Skull00000090k
78Arngrim Munzrisnev
player avatarTroll Slayer
5318Block, Dauntless, Frenzy, Thick Skull, Mighty Blow, Stand Firm-1 Ag0008121130k
81Tryg Magnisson
player avatarRunner
6338Sure Hands, Thick Skull, Block, Kick, Dodge01102247150k
82Rogni Holgarsnev
player avatarBlocker
4329Block, Tackle, Thick Skull00000070k
85Elakki Bronnsnev
player avatarRunner
6338Sure Hands, Thick Skull, Wrestle, Strip Ball2300326120k
98Durim Grothsnev
player avatarBlocker
4319Block, Tackle, Thick Skull, Guard-1 Ag00021990k
99Jodin Burisson
player avatarBlocker
4329Block, Tackle, Thick Skull, Guard00011790k

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About Karak Nhati Bengals

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Based on the '88 Conference Champion Bengals. Every player is named after a player from that year. Each model has the correct jersey number for the player they are based on; highlights include NFL MVP / UPI AFL-AFC Player of the Year / PFWA NFL MVP and All-Pro bombardier Boomer Eziasson and 7 other pro bowlers: wide receiver Eddie Brown, tight end Rodney Holman, right guard Max Montoya, left tackle Anthony Munoz, defensive back Eric Thomas, defensive back David Fulcher, & defensive tackle Tim Krumrie.

Some history from the '88/89 Superbowl the Bengals lost;
* Stanley Wilson was found crumpled in his hotel room bathroom with cocaine the night before the game.
* Tim Krumrie suffered one of the most dramatic football injuries ever televised when SF's Roger Craig's knee shattered his leg, causing 2 breaks in his tibia and 1 in his fibula.
* It was the first Superbowl to go into halftime with a tie score.