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  1. Add OJ Howard to that list...we're good. Sent from my iPhone using Go-Bengals.com
  2. Despite his frame, I look at him more as a run stopper. He's very disruptive in the running game. Like most college prospects he needs a few more pass rushing moves, but the ability is there and that's what makes him such an intriguing player; first round talent, 3rd round production. I think coming out Dunlap was a better pass rusher, but McDowell is head and shoulders above Dunlap vs. the run.
  3. I think Mixon is a beast, but we draft way too high in the 2nd round to take him, IMO. I think there will be better value at LB, DE or even corner. It will suck if we miss out on Mixon, but the 2nd is too rich for my blood. Especially if someone like McDowell or Carl Lawson are available.
  4. Quite a few mocks have Malik Mcdowell falling into the 2nd round. If we could get Howard, McDowell, Zack Cunningham (this is a stretch) and Mixon, I think that would be our ideal draft through 4 rounds.
  5. Plus, if they do decide to resign Eifert they'd have the best TE group in the league. It's totally conceivable they run a 2 TE set more than 60% of the time...and there would be points where Howard is the only TE out there b/c he's a better blocker than Eiftert. This would help our Oline.
  6. I would too, I'm just so torn b/c I still think defense win championships. But if we got Howard I'd be ecstatic.
  7. If we draft Howard, that also lessens the need for another WR. We could activate 4 TEs on gameday (Eifert, Howard, Kroft and Uzzi), while maybe only 3 or 4 WRs (Green, Lafell, Boyd, Core). This would help our running game, red zone offense and pass blocking all at the same time. I think Howard is a very smart pick if we decide to go offense at #9. I'm starting to doubt he'll be available as it seems more teams are looking at him, specifically the Jags.
  8. If Williams and Howard are there, who do you think we have rated higher between those two?
  9. Are we assuming he and/or his position coach didn't? Even if he didn't, Hill is a professional, you can't blame that fumble on a coach. Sent from my iPhone using Go-Bengals.com
  10. 2015 was a meltdown, but honestly what could Marv have done differently in that moment? Sent from my iPhone using Go-Bengals.com
  11. I think Jim Hasslett is the LB coach...or Matt Burke, that name sounds familiar.
  12. I've been on the OJ Howard bandwagon too. If it was a guarantee we could get Butt in the 3rd or 4th round, cool...but there's no guarantee someone won't take him in the 2nd. Unless there's a trade ahead of us OJ Howard has a 90+% chance of being there we we're on the board at #9. The ideal top of the draft would be 1. Foster/Reddick 2. Lawson/T. Williams 3. Mixon 4. Butt If that could happen I think we'd be golden. However, if we drafted Howard in the 1st I'd be ok with that...I guess it depends on how we really feel about Vigil.
  13. That's a great time for him. I still don't want him, that speed doesn't seem to translate. He's always making contested catches (which is good), but never seems to create separation (which is bad). I've seen a lot of comparisons to Anquan Boldin, but he reminds me more of Mike Williams (USC).
  14. Isn't Westermann supposed to be pretty good? Maybe that's why we let Z go?? (I'm just trying to be positive here)
  15. It sounds like we're going to play Dre at guard, which is smart. I just know we need a hell of a backup plan at left tackle.