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  1. Thank you, thank you. I very much appreciate the warm welcome I have received from both you and your mother.
    8 points
  2. Thanks for the effort here black jesus
    7 points
  3. 6 points
  4. I love this pick. DB depth is essential. These guys get hurt, and the old 2 corners and 2 safeties stuff is pretty much over. With all the different types of receivers in the game you need to have a backfield that can adjust to what the opponent is throwing at you. Awesome pick. Throw in the Bates uncertainty and it makes the pick even better. I love Jesse Bates, but I’m with the Bengals on not paying top dollar. They are going to have more important players to pay in a year or two. The sad truth is you can’t have a top paid player at every position. If Bates feels the need to leave to get that top pay I will thank him for what he did for the Bengals and root for him to have personal success on his next team.
    5 points
  5. In today’s NFL you need a QB who can throw downfield, targets to throw to and a way to stop the other QB from doing same. Edge rushers and CBs get paid for a reason. The more good young CHEAP ones (rookie contract) we have the better.
    5 points
  6. The face you make when you realize you're going to have to live in Pittsburgh
    5 points
  7. BLACKJESUS DRAFT BOARD OF PROSPECTS I LIKE ( ) = round # worth taking them in QB EJ Perry 6’2, 210, Brown (6) RB Breece Hall 5’11, 217, Iowa St. (1) James Cook 5’11, 190, Cincinnati (3) Tyler Goodson 5’10, 199, Iowa (5) WR Treylon Burks 6’3, 225, Arkansas (1) Alec Pierce 6’3, 213, Cincinnati (2) Justyn Ross 6’4, 205, Clemson (3) Isaiah Weston 6’4,210, N. Iowa (5) TE Trey McBride 6’3, 249, Colo St. (1) Greg Dulcich 6’5, 240, UCLA (2) Grant Calcaterra 6’5, 247, SMU (3) Charlie Kolar 6’6, 260, Iowa St. (3) Daniel Bellinger 6’6, 255, SD State (4) Austin Allen 6’8, 255, Nebraska (5) C Tyler Linderbaum 6’2, 302, Iowa (1) Cam Jurgens 6’3, 305, Nebraska (2) G Zion Johnson 6’3, 317, Boston Coll (1) Tyler Smith 6’6, 332, Tulsa (1) Cole Strange 6’6, 301, Tenn-Chatt (2) Jamaree Salyer 6’4, 325, Georgia (2) Luke Goedeke 6’5, 310, C. Mich (2) Marcus McKethan 6’7, 335, N. Carolina (5) OT Bernhard Raimann 6’7, 305, C. Mich (1) Daniel Faalele 6’9, 387, Minnesota (1) Max Mitchell 6’6, 299, Louisiana (3) Kellen Diesch 6’7, 300, Arizona St. (3) Obinna Eze 6’8, 334, TCU (4) Matt Waletzko 6’7, 305, North Dakota (4) Andrew Rupcich 6’7, 323, Culver-Stockton (6) Austin Deculus 6’5, 321, LSU (6) Luke Tenuta 6’8, 319, V. Tech (7) Ryan Van Demark 6’6, 307, UConn (7) DE George Karlaftis 6’4, 275, Purdue (1) Myjai Sanders 6’5, 255, Cincinnati (3) Cameron Thomas 6’5, 270, Sd State (4) DT Jordan Davis 6’6, 340, Georgia (1) Travis Jones 6’5, 333, UConn (1) Logan Hall 6’6, 275, Houston (1) John Ridgeway 6’6, 320, Arkansas (2) Thomas Booker 6’4, 309, Stanford (4) Marquan McCall 6’3, 379, Kentucky (4) Noah Elliss 6’4, 367, Idaho (5) Jordan Jackson 6’5, 294, Air Force (6) LB Devin Lloyd 6’3, 225, Utah (1) Quay Walker 6’4, 240, Georgia (2) Chad Muma 6’3, 242, Wyoming (2) Brian Asamoah 6’1, 228, Oklahoma (2) Damone Clark 6’3, 240, LSU (2) Malcolm Rodriguez 5’11, 235, Ok St. (3) JoJo Domann 6’1, 230, Nebraska (3) Darrian Beavers 6’4, 255, Cincinnati (4) Troy Andersen 6’4, 235, Montana St. (4) Jeremiah Moon 6’5, 245, Florida (5) CB Andrew Booth 6’0, 200, Clemson (1) Tariq Woolen 6’4, 205, UTSA (2) Marcus Jones 5’8, 185, Houston (2) Cam Taylor-Britt 6’0, 197, Nebraska (3) MJ Emerson 6’2, 200, Miss St. (3) Coby Bryant 6’1, 198, Cincinnati (4) Cordale Flott 6’2, 170. LSU (4) S Lewis Cine 6’2, 200, Georgia (1) Bryan Cook 6’1, 210, Cincinnati (3) Sterling Weatherford 6’4, 221, Miami-Oh (3) Markquese Bell 6’3, 205, Florida A&M (4) Bubba Bolden 6’3, 204, Miami (5) Smoke Monday 6’3, 199, Auburn (5) P Matt Araiza 6’2, 200, SD State (3) Jordan Stout 6’3, 209, Penn St. (5) LS Cal Adomitis, 6’2, 250, Pitt (6) * My draft board has 69 players on it ... NIICEEEE and I hope all 8 new Bengals are on this list, but I will settle for at least 4.
    5 points
  8. 5 points
  9. Admittedly, I don't watch much college football at all so I rely on a lot of the information posters put here. It helps me immensely because I can zero-in on guys that are mentioned and embed related tweets, videos, etc. I'm really looking forward to the draft and watching with everyone on the board.
    5 points
  10. When in doubt go with the older player IMO. The younger guys can come in later.
    4 points
  11. Bengals by 10+. I don't think Dallas is going to be good this year. They always seem to lose big games too. I see the Bengals winning this one 35-20 or something to that affect. I think the Bengals are going to be the #1 scoring offence this year too.
    4 points
  12. Because he tweeted that before the official announcement. And I posted it before the official announcement.
    4 points
  13. Everyone needs to watch this clip if you haven't. Brilliant I would watch an entire game commentated by this guy.
    4 points
  14. I'd have re-signed Spain and used the 4th round pick on another position.
    4 points
  15. I'd be re-signing Spain as a hedge against the charge and against repeated suckage at the line of scrimmage.
    4 points
  16. I am pissed that we didn't spend a draft pick on who could be our next punter for the next 10-15 years.
    4 points
  17. Bell lighting up JuJu after he danced on the 50 made me love him forever... and he is a Buckeye. \and yes on Ross.. one of our worst picks ever I was just talking about speed isn't everything
    4 points
  18. It's so weird and glorious to be in middle of the draft process and not feel like your team ABSOLUTELY NEEDS starting players. I'm usually pinning my hopes/expectations on draft picks at this time of year...not now! What a difference in attitude and enjoyment.
    4 points
  19. LOL! I'm still in the running, but honestly I hope Mem wins...he deserves it as far as I'm concerned. Like I've said before, I'm not on social media much (hate it!!!), so I really do appreciate guys like Mem making this place a "one-stop-shopping for all things Bengals" info source.
    4 points
  20. Kenny Pickett's gf watching the size of her new house shrink with every pick.
    4 points
  21. Dam why no love for Peko? Nothing wrong with Peko, he was a fine player for us. Fourth round DT that played well for years.
    4 points
  22. There is no pick that would bother me because the Bengals have proved over and over and over and over and over again with all of their decisions for the last 2-1/2 years that they know what they are doing. If a pick is there that I question, I am going to have to assume that I don't have the information I need to understand their reasons for making the pick, and I'll let it go. There is no getting mad anymore at their decisions for me. "Damn, it feels good to be a Bengal!"
    4 points
  23. Devonte Wyatt... Anyone who has multiple charges of domestic violence is a red flag.. Regardless if he's the best 3tech i think he's a bad fit here .
    4 points
  24. My final mock draft: I'd be super happy with the first 5 picks. Getting a possible #1 CB, a 3T and a center would be ideal.
    4 points
  25. When I was a kid (mid-60's), my Mom would give us a $20 budget for Christmas and let us look through the Alden's catalog. We could order whatever we wanted, but shipping charges must be included (which could be looked up in the catalog), and we couldn't go over budget. So, the dilemna was always quality vs quantity. Do I spend the whole budget on one big Christmas present or do I get four good ones, or a lot of gifts of low cost. It's the same here for the Bengals. They have a combined budget of draft picks in the 1st through the 7th Rds. Do they go volume and take 8 presents, or do they combine them to get fewer, but better quality, or more and less quality. I did it differently different years. There was one year when I used all of it on one gift (a shooting gallery, and then that gift was a month late in the mail, so that sucked, and I to this day feel ashamed for asking Mom too often, "do you have any news on when it arrives"). Since the Bengals pretty much have most of what they want, and really don't have pressing needs, they have the luxury to go quality and not quantity. Their biggest concern is future costs of hefty contracts, which they don't have to address this year. They can still obtain a middle-of-the-pack 1st Round pick that can be resigned down the road.
    4 points
  26. Murray - another player that needs to stop whining and play better. These guys are very annoying.
    4 points
  27. Fox Sports' Emmanuel Acho picked the Bengals as having the scariest offense in the NFL ...
    3 points
  28. That’s my brother!
    3 points
  29. Harder than it has to be because you think so, or the info you see says so? Unless I missed something and you have some sort of connection to the sports world or are some kind of talent evaluator, the only thing you know is what you get from the internet, just like most of us. For you to take your collected judgments from the internet and then keep pushing the negative on the team because they did not take who you think they should have taken because some websites say someone would have been a better pick for the Bengals is ridiculous. I can appreciate all views and opinions on the forum, but when you are being negative about the team, about something you or anyone else can`t prove at least until the players actually play and show how they work out with the team, it is just a waste of time.
    3 points
  30. You twist things to either have your way or just like to shit on this draft.. What GM has a spotless draft? We'te damn lucky to have a this staff making the picks instead of your ouija board guy Husan..
    3 points
  31. I don't think the AFC Champions are going to be flying under the radar no matter how many prime time games we get or dont get.
    3 points
  32. You don't like the draft we get it. You also can take almost every draft and every draft pick, with few exceptions, look later in the draft and find a better player. You are basically setting things up so you can't be wrong. If these three guys aren't Pro-Bowlers you will be able so say you were right.
    3 points
  33. Jerry Jones leaked the Cowboys draft board and Dax was the 18th best player on it ...
    3 points
  34. Now that the team has, finally, embraced free agency as a way to build a team, the draft becomes importnat but NOT critical year to year. Where in the past we had to land like 50% 'good' players each year that is no longer a neccessity. To me, this provides the draft in a different context - very few, if any, immediate starters. Draft and develop and increase depth and competition. If there are large gaps (like OL was), fill in with free agency. When do have a nice run of great players who need to be re-signed, then you revert back to the depth created as you can't sign all the best ones all the time. Solid position to be in.
    3 points
  35. they were told at his pro day, everyone was. Carmens representative told everyone. he needs to grow up now based on things that happened years ago? or did i miss somethong else? or talking about the out of shape showing up last year?
    3 points
  36. 3 points
  37. This makes me feel a LOT better -he played G a bunch at NDSU and has reps like this :
    3 points
  38. I do....doesn't seem like a great pick
    3 points
  39. My take a day later ... When it comes down to why the Bengals took Daxton over Cine (who went with the next pick and I coveted) I think the error I made was assuming the Bengals wanted a traditional S who plays in 1 or 2 high and can fill the gap on run plays (which is Cine). Basically what you see in a 4-3-4 defense of old. However, after watching Lou's presser and focusing more on how the Bengals want to play D, it is clear that Lou doesn't run a traditional defense, in fact he often plays what I would call a 4-7 (4 down linemen and 7 DBs, as really the Bengals starting LBs are ex college S - Pratt and Wilson). So in this way, Daxton is a Swiss Army piece that can be placed anywhere along the back 4-7 the Bengals play, where he can be in the slot, off the ball, up high, or blitzing off the edge like an "OLB" etc. In fact I think the speed with which he closes on the QB on blitzes is his 'sexiest' trait from the highlights. In this way, his position should really just be seen as "DB" rather than S or CB - as he can do everything other than play on the DL. Moreover, with many teams now going to 4 or even 5 WR late in games, teams need 6-7 guys who can drop back and play the pass. This helps the Bengals in that regard, and when you throw in Booth's durability concerns because of hernias, the Daxton pick makes a lot more sense.
    3 points
  40. Dax the way.....uh huh uh huh.......I like it......uh huh uh huh
    3 points
  41. Disappointing. If true, could mean his time here is done. This team needs to leave the rape to their division rivals.
    3 points
  42. Carman was basically handed a starting spot last year and muffed it. He couldn't beat out Adeniji for the RG job. He was a worse prospect at the end of the season than at the start. So no, we do have a need at LG and either Johnson or Green or Karras if we take a center will start ahead of Carman.
    3 points
  43. They will take a TE. They might take McBride. But NOT at 31.
    3 points
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