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  1. It looked like Taylor played through a concussion
    9 points
  2. +1 And I was just about to post that ass wipe trolls like tibor, specifically, and others to one degree or another are chasing good people off. T-Dub being the most recent example but the long lost Village Chief, Rick, is another. Seriously, Mods, time to flush the trolls down the shitter with a courtesy flush to get them all the way to Cleveland where they belong. Time to face the fact that they are killing the goose that laid the orange and black egg right at the time it is about to hatch into something spectacular. At the very least (and I hope it is not the least), at least throw around a warning or two. I mean, shit get old. Off season not a lot going on but now we are off and running with Joe, Joe, Ja'marr, Evan and the AWSOME D and the personal shots and trolling from the same people continues. Addition by subtraction and hopefully some long time posters now lurking (Rumble, Dudley, etc) will post more and maybe we can get some of the departed good posters back.
    8 points
  3. Respectfully, FUCK YOU. That's not me. At all. i hammered this team for years starting 2007 for keeping Marvin on. My time on this board goes back before that. But, seriously FUCK YOU ENTIRELY for acting like tibor posts in good faith. He's a fucking oozing sore of a troll. But, I will be fair. I will let you and tibor run me off. Because it is shit being on a board where people laugh and jerk each other off over shit threads like tibor starts. I've seen enough losing in 50 years of following this team to not want to fucking wallow in it with trolls. You win. you think it is funny. I don't. So, show's over. Enjoy what's left.
    7 points
  4. He has a great future in politics.
    7 points
  5. I can absolutely guarantee you that Penei Sewell would not have caught that pass.
    6 points
  6. Mem, thanks again for taking the time to post all of these updates. It's by far the quickest and easiest way to find any Bengals info. Much appreciated!
    6 points
  7. Sorry. You do what he does, you are a bad person. He’s earned that opinion over years and years of being a bad person and being encouraged to be a bad person. You and others own this too. I’ve got him on ignore but people quote his crap so I still see too much of it. Hell, you all encourage the most self-loathing thread each week that can exist anywhere. But, hey, this board continues to be a shell of what it once was but as long as tibor can take open shits on everyone for a few people’s amusement it’s totally cool I guess.
    6 points
  8. good lord.....get over it already what the hell's wrong with you?
    6 points
  9. Being more aggressive is not necessarily a trait of a good coach. In this case, it was an idiotic call. The risk/reward doesn't add up. I'll boil it down to brass tacks: If he's successful the Bengals are still 35 yards from scoring position. If he's not successful, the opponent is already in scoring position. Let's hope he learns from this but in yr 3, I'm getting tired of him learning on the job
    6 points
  10. Good/Better: My 38th Opening Day in attendance (would have been 39, but for last season). And better, because of sharing it with brother Amish--who has also been in on a whole lot of those 38 Opening Days with me. Bad: Nothing at all. Well other than an oddity with the concessions purchase. Bought one beer, and noticed a $.34 extra charge. Ask the beer guy what that was for. He said he thought it was a credit card charge! Can't pay with cash, you know. Ugly: Me. After a sunlit 90 degree day and a two-mile walk on my aging carcass. Loved every minute of the experience, though.
    6 points
  11. Tell the motherfucker we appreciate it.
    6 points
  12. Zac is/has been over his head, at this point the team is winning in spite of him. Being up 21-7 at home in the 3rd quarter isn't when you get aggressive, that's stupidity. Any decent high school coach could tell you that, combined with his winning percentage, and it's safe to say this guy can't get out of his own way....he's lucky he has Burrow, better keep him healthy this time.
    5 points
  13. Good: Browns & Baker just pissed one away. lol
    5 points
  14. Now that things are a bit settled going into the year. Here is my take on the offseason. RB Mixon 25 Perine 23 Evans 25 PS: Patrick-Williams I wasn't for the Bernard cut. I didn't believe we should release a veteran known for his pass blocking when Burrow was coming off an injury and the offensive line, while improved, was still messy. Beyond that I think they nailed everything else. Perine showed at the end of last year that he can put up stats in a pinch. Chris Evans was a brilliant find who I think will see lots of snaps this year (my dynasty league teams are evidence of this). The debate was often who to keep as the 4th RB and I thought there was something wrong with that debate. If both Patrick and Williams were deserving, cut both and let them go to the practice squad. It also helps that I do a project that looks at all the rosters in the league and knew there was tons of comparable RB depth. I think it was Joe Goodberry who said to draft a RB in Rd 6+ every year because the position is so hard to predict due to injury etc. I think that's brilliant. It wouldn't surprise me at all if Evans was the lead back here at some point. And I love Joe Mixon. [B]Grade: B+[/B] If the other backs can pass block this goes up. Additions: None (Brian Hill is a Free Agent) 2022 Outlook: Add a 6th-7th rounder and WR Chase 26 [B]Tate 22 [/B] PS: Williams-Irwin-Taylor WR Higgins 24 Morgan 22 WR Boyd 24 [B]Thomas 22[/B] I wanted Sewell over Chase. With that said I have absolutely no worries about Chase's drops. I don't think anyone should. He is going to play at least 3 years of this contract and we will keep giving him chances. He will eventually make plays or he won't. Regardless it's not like the other team will just leave him open and double up Higgins and Boyd all the time. I love Tate. He is a great 4th option and I'd like to see him more and more involved. Morgan stands out for special teams and has some untapped upside having been coached by Walters in college where he set records so it makes some sense that he is the 5th active on gameday. But, although I didn't think about it prior to cuts, this position logically is just like RB. We were debating Irwin and Taylor and should have just logically said we have them both AND Thomas and any of the 3 will probably make a similar impact on the game day roster. Having all 3 still in the fold is great. I also assume they hid Williams so to speak because he has the biggest upside of the group of 5 but is the rawest as he learns a new position. [B]Grade: A[/B] Additions: None (Alex Erickson is a Free Agent, John Brown too but he is likely to land in NO or KC) 2022 Outlook: Tate and Thomas will be able to walk. I don't think either have big markets and we'd welcome them both back. Morgan-Williams and Irwin would all be under contract. Being as top heavy as we are with 3 legit talents you can let the rest of the roster figure itself out. A mid round pick or a veteran on a team friendly deal make the most sense. TE [B]Uzomah 22[/B] Sample 23 Wilcox 22 PS: Moss-Schreck All this group is missing is a high end talent. And I don't believe this offseason was the one to invest in that. They swung for the fences a bit with Pro Wells and Cheyenne O'Grady and seemed to miss as neither is on even the practice squad. Uzomah is a glue player to this franchise chemistry and Sample isn't far off. This wasn't a position where I believed they should invest and they didn't. [B]Grade: A[/B] Additions: None 2022 Outlook: This is a tough one. We can probably upgrade from Uzomah on the field but not off. He has just 35 catches after signing a pretty lucrative deal. I would love to see them start putting a basketball player who is transitioning to the NFL on the PS every year. An uber athlete who needs seasoning. With 16 spots there are far worse ways to use a spot. K McPherson 25 P [B]Huber 22 [/B] PS: Chrisman LS [B]Harris 22[/B] I think it's odd for a fanbase to have affection for all of their special teamers but here we are. Harris and Huber are in the fabric of the team, veterans that have been here for as long as I can remember....I can't remember who our last punter was actually. McPherson wowed us all in the preseason after many of us, including me, questioned the wisdom of drafting a a player at a position where most fail with their original team. Even Chrisman has OSU ties. Overall I think their strategy was great. [B]Grade: A[/B] Additions: None 2022 Outlook: Huber (37 in 2022 season) has a built in replacement should he decide to retire. Harris (38 in 2022) doesn't have the same luxury. At some point this season it would be wise to grab his potential replacement on the practice squad to carry over to next year. LE Hubbard 26 Sample 25 IR: Hubert-Kareem-Ossai LT Reader 24 [B]Tupou 22[/B] Shelvin 25 PS: Spence-Wren RT [B]Ogunjobi 22 Hill 22 [/B] RE Hendrickson 25 Hodge 24 Ray 22 I hated losing Lawson and think that Hendrickson is a downgrade. I was worried we didn't do enough to get a second 3 technique and Ogunjobi was a gamble. When the dust settled, despite the injuries, I love what they did to remake this position. Only Hubbard returns from the very boring group we had year that couldn't get to the QB. [B]Grade: A[/B] Additions: Olivier Vernon. He was great last year and has ties to Anarumo. Who knows when his injury is cleared up though. 2022 Outlook: This position is going to be very deep next year. DE will probably go 7 deep. Free agents at DT in Ogunjobi-Hill and Tupou will cloud things but any of them could come back and are unlikely to be high priced. DT could be a major need next offseason or Ogunjobi (27) or even Hill (26) could come back long term. SLB Pratt 23 MLB Wilson 24 Bailey 24 PS: Bachie-Jones WLB Davis-Gaither 24 [B]Evans 22 [/B] I wanted Bynes back but other than that I once again love what they did. Evans seems to be progressing. Bynes is on a practice squad back in Baltimore so available if we need him. Grabbing Bachie was a nice add as well. [B]Grade: A[/B] Additions: None (Josh Bynes on Ravens PS) 2022 Outlook: This will all depend on progress. Outside of the OL this is the biggest sink or swim position on the team. Not one of the 5 players at the position has proven themselves yet but all have shown something to lead us to believe they could settle the position. We could be looking for a lead LB next year or depth. S Bell 23 [B]Allen 22 [/B] PS: Henderson S [B]Bates 22[/B] Wilson 23 Probably the strongest position on the team. Allen was a great addition and Wilson and Henderson are both still progressing. Getting Henderson back to the PS is a huge positive. [B]Grade: A[/B] Additions: None (Shawn Williams was released in Arizona) 2022 Outlook: I have no doubt Bates is back for 2022 but beyond I am not sure. I hope they don't play hardball and they bring him back long term but I believe they Franchise him if not. I was thinking this could be a spot for an early draft pick to eventually replace Bell and didn't realize he is only 26...younger than Wilson. CB Waynes 23 [B]Apple 22 [/B]McCloud 24 IR: Lewis CB Awuzie 24 [B]Phillips 22 [/B] PS: Brown-Rose CB Hilton 25 Davis 22 Another position where I love everything they did. Invested heavily and wisely at the position and then backended it with potential upgrades. Added a high reward low risk guy in Apple. Rewarded Davis for his hardwork. Through 3 guys on the practice squad to hedge for the future. i am not sure how I feel about the McCloud signing but I trust them. Grade: A Additions: None 2022 Outlook: A lot of this depends on Wayne's health. If he is healthy and can play up to his contract then we won't necessarily need an early investment. He will be a Free Agent after next year so it wouldn't hurt. QB Burrow 25 [B]Allen 22[/B] This is one of only 2 positions where I think they errored and they should still do more. I hope they agree and they are only carrying 2 in order to try to grab someone. Word was they tried to grab Sinnett after the Dolphins game but he decided to go to their practice squad. I don't expect a backup to be flawless but I lean heavily to guys with athleticism and experience. I want someone who can come in the second half of a game and run for a couple first downs. I don't mind Allen but they needed to hedge. After final cuts you saw a bunch of guys swap teams to others practice squads. It might be telling we didn't get one. I am hopeful we still have our eyes out. [B]Grade: D[/B] Additions: to PS: Newman-Ta'amu (Driskel-Texans, Hundley-Colts, Finley is a Free Agent) 2022 Outlook: Burrow is great but I want to at least have a mobile option in camp. At this point, unless there are other cuts I would add Ta'amu for the season and see where things land. LT Williams 24 Prince 24 IR: Adeniji LG [B]Spain 22[/B] Smith 25 PS: Sutherland C Hopkins 23 Hill 25 RG Su'a-Filo 23 Carman 25 RT [B]Reiff 22 Johnson 22[/B] This is the position where I disagreed the most with where they landed. We essentially have 4 rookies as backups on the OL and we know eventually they will see time. I don't have any qualms with any of the 5 backups individually, but collectively it's a position that is just too thin to inspire confidence. Losing Price and Jordan added to that although individually I was glad to see them go. I would like for them to add at least 1 veteran to the mix. [B]Grade: C[/B] Additions: Okung-Wagner-Reiter-DiCastro-Easton-Skura Trade-Duvernay-Tardiff (Bobby Hart is available too) 2022 Outlook: With 3 true rookies as backups and potential growth from both Adeniji and Prince we could actually be in a much better place by the end of next year. It wouldn't be a surprise if Carman or Smith was a starter by next year. RT would still be a huge question.
    5 points
  15. Very happy that Trenton Irwin made the roster....looks like a gritty gamer who's not afraid of contact and can actually hold onto the ball..take note Ja'marr. A little surprised and disappointed Thadeus Moss got cut....thought he looked good in pre-season. Mitchell Wilcox? Why him? Excited, but not the least surprised, that Evan McPherson is officially the Cincinnati Bengals's PK....he's going to do great things for us.
    5 points
  16. Check that, huge break for the Bengals T.J. Watt ruled out for Sunday https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/09/25/t-j-watt-ruled-out-for-sunday/
    4 points
  17. Who the hell is pissed at Burrow? He had a rough game. First one I remember. Thanks for stopping by to yell at everyone.
    4 points
  18. I think that most members have me on ignore… …otherwise most of my posts would get dozens of “likes” rather than just one or two.
    4 points
  19. The athletes are focused on branding and the media are attention whores who do anything for likes/clicks
    4 points
  20. Uh oh, I see an ad hominem in there... Honestly if the odd shitpost from Tibs "runs folks off" then maybe the internet isn't for them.
    4 points
  21. Not trying to jinx anything but he looks good here...
    4 points
  22. 4 points
  23. that play makes mess happy... remember when the quitter would just dump it on free plays?
    4 points
  24. Agreed. So maybe it’s time to give it a rest, huh?
    4 points
  25. They still text each other everyday, it's just like peaches and herb said so eloquently back in the day reuinted and it feels so good. Seriously though, I think Tobin deserves a few attaboys for his offseason moves and this trade is the strawberry on top of the icing on the cake. The oline group has done a 180, looks really promising now and for the future. The other offensive position groups are stacked with young talent, with the one area for improvement is TE but even then it's not below average. On defense it's a similar story with a good mix of guys who know each other from college(Hubbard & Bell, Pratt & Hill, etc..), played for the coaches on previous teams, or drafted guys. The addition of Hilton and Allen in the secondary is huge. Hilton adds on to the swagger Bell and Bates bring, he's the missing link to help this defense on 3rd downs. Allen is like a coach on the field and he knows Lou's defense. Overall a solid unit that should compete with anyone.
    4 points
  26. https://www.cincyjungle.com/2021/9/2/22654726/trenton-irwin-bengals-practice-squad-nfl-cuts-2021 Trent Irwin back on the practice squad.
    4 points
  27. HA HA HA BOSWELL FINALLY MISSED ONE AGAINST US
    3 points
  28. Not fun here, nearly been locked down for a whole year since Feb 2020. But football is back so things are on the up. Hopefully Bengals as well.
    3 points
  29. Good list, only thing I'd add was to the Bad column, Wilson not falling on the ball and instead trying to scoop and score, could have had a turnover there.
    3 points
  30. As pissed as I am, I have to note...this fucking division is there for the taking. Stealers offense sucks, and they have having injuries. Ravens are beset by injuries, and Browns got taken to the limit at home by the Texans backup QB. Fucking get your house in order ZT and win some fucking games.
    3 points
  31. Have we ever had a special teams player of the week, ground player of the week, and rookie of the week...the SAME week? Sign of good things to come my friends!
    3 points
  32. 3 points
  33. Great post! It's this kind of quality posting that should make you feel empowered to judge what others do and say. And the way you added in the emojis so we all know how we're supposed to translate and react .... superior stuff.
    3 points
  34. It took some serious balls to go for it in that situation today and the only reason it failed was because Mixon slipped. If he doesn’t almost fall down and he picks up the yardage, no one is saying a word. I actually give him credit for going for the jugular there. 1-0 is what matters.
    3 points
  35. A different regime would've handed off 3 times and went to the locker room like bitches
    3 points
  36. Good lord, can we please give this kid a chance to play in his first NFL game? Seems like a reasonable request.
    3 points
  37. In context, the fact that he got rid of them speaks more clearly to his coaching skills. None are still with the team, and two are out of pro football.
    3 points
  38. 3 points
  39. Playoffs or playoffs-caliber record. If they go 10-7 and miss the playoffs then fine. This team has spent too much in free agency, invested too heavily on both sides, and has too good a quarterback to be satisfied with some mediocre bullshit.
    3 points
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