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  3. 5 points
    Man, I'm a Buckeyes fan, but you are the type that makes the rest of us look bad.
  4. 5 points
    For Le Tigre. "What The Bengals Will Actually Do" thread. It's an easy one: 2019 Roster Decisions Retain Dre Kirkpatrick and make him a Team Captain Sign AJ Green to a mega four year deal Offer Joe Mixon an insulting contract extension and point to the first half of the season to assess his value Hold on to Andy Dalton Get outbid for Darqueze Dennard Resign Tyler Eifert, Nick Vigil, Brandon Wilson, Clayton Fejedelem, LaRoy Reynolds, Josh Tupou, Tony McRae, Cethan Carter and Andrew Billings Have Hobson churn out articles about the above being essential "in-the-building" building blocks and that their resignings put the Bengals in cap jeopardy Free Agency In typical Bengals fashion, overpay for an over-the-hill somewhat name tackle or guard (Mike Iupati) and a LB (Wesley Woodyard). Sprinkle in a few never heard of additions and have Hobson write puff pieces extolling their character in telling a story how they once helped an elderly lady cross the street or rescued a kitten from a tree. Draft Draft Burrow in the first and the best, oft-injured combine project on the board in the second. Extreme reaches in all other rounds.
  5. 4 points
    What!! NO!! You sound like my husband. There's no guarantee that the Bengals will have the #1 pick next year to pick Trevor Lawrence, there's no guarantee that Trevor Lawrence won't get hurt, and if the Bengals don't have the #1 pick next year, there's no guarantee that they would trade up (probably not) to snag Trevor Lawrence. You have a chance to get a QB, you take it now.
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    So what should they do? Just not draft anyone because it's obviously useless? You honestly act like it offends you that people might be excited to get a new QB. It's almost like you think it's your actual job to be a wet blanket. Should they just forfeit the pick and call it a day? Please enlighten us.
  8. 3 points
    I always find it mildly entertaining that people think college kids can beat grown men football, even the bad teams. Just no.
  9. 3 points
    On EPSN radio this morning, Kiper was talking about Burrow and said he has zero question marks. The other commentator mentioned he seems to be arrogant and Kiper said it was not arrogance, it was confidence with a chip on his shoulder. He is used to being the underdog and seems to like it and thus will be a perfect fit for the Bengals.
  10. 3 points
    The fuck does that even mean? Maybe you should stick to your "whiner" trolling for everyone that doesn't have the smell of Mike Brown's wrinkly old gooch on their breath. At least that made some kind of sense. Better yet, you could fuck off entirely. All you do here is complain about other people's posts. I don't think it'd be missed.
  11. 3 points
    Hopefully this puts a lot of the "He won't want the Bengals to draft him" bull shit to bed. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/28499580/father-says-joe-burrow-happy-drafted-bengals
  12. 3 points
    he is most likely done being our QB... just fucking give it a rest.....JFK get on to hating Burrow
  13. 2 points
    same. like WTF is wrong with him/her
  14. 2 points
    then why are you here? just to talk shit and tell everyone how stupid they are?
  15. 2 points
    No...it was legal, Harry. He is so dominant--he had the law changed just for the post-game.
  16. 2 points
    Solid input as usual, Kenneth,
  17. 2 points
    and that tibor dude would lose his shit... I am sure they will take that in to consideration
  18. 2 points
    When Trevor was running I was waiting for the announcers to say "First down by a Nose".
  19. 2 points
    Dont you dare screw this up by doing this!!!
  20. 2 points
    I am 100% convinced that the posters on this forum put more thought into improving the team than the owners.
  21. 1 point
    Cowher sounds like he's been slamming appletinis since noon
  22. 1 point
    No one player is going to fix this team. But getting the best available QB in the draft is a good step in that direction. Are you butt hurt he left OSU or something?
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    I am SICK to DEATH of the assholes on Twitter saying he should pull and Eli/Elway and refuse to play for the Bengals. It's as if people's memories extend no further back than the middle of the '18 season. Either that, or they've taken a look at the '19 standings and decided they know enough to post a hot take on how pathetic the Bengals are. One tweeter from Cincinnati even went so far as to say "I don't follow football, but I know the Bengals are a joke." As for the pick, I think the franchise is reaching a crossroads. Apathy is rampant among the general public and whispers of stadium upgrades or replacement have begun. We have experienced multiple years of just-better-than-average and most won't be excited or motivated by that again. The franchise needs to push all its chips to the middle of the table. Go home rich or go home broke, but break-even is no longer an option. Not for this franchise. A scenario where Burrow goes somewhere else and makes the HOF (or even "just" wins a Super Bowl) is worse than one where he comes here and busts.
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    Beckham must have been really drunk and mistook the LSU players for NFL refs. Too lazy to look it up but Athens Joe was almost arrested for smoking a see-gar in the non smoking locker room.
  29. 1 point
    Well, besides making the top dollar a first overall pick will get...wouldn't he also make the mucho endorsement dollar anyway? Or..be labeled a selfish quitter a year from now...and not get any where near the endorsement dollar. "Hi, I'm Joe Burrow. And when I'm not refusing to play in the NFL, I use XYZ every day (well, until I decide to drop it and use something else").
  30. 1 point
    I'm glad we didn't buy into the Joe Brady hype. Dude has 1 year of real work behind him, not even at a coordinator level. Who knows what his time as Assistant Pissant in the Saints organization actually means. We bought on the hype last year (Sean McVay hype anyway, ZT was never highly touted by anyone) and a year later it's all gone quiet, his team is a spent force which has completely mortgaged its foreseeable future, and here we are. This organization can only take so many boy geniuses.
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    Ha ha good one. FYI - Just now on Sirius NFL Radio talking to the new Browns HC. talking about what QB traits are the most important and he said , in order: 1. Accuracy - you can improve it a bit with footwork, etc but it is a natural trait 2. Movement Skills 3. Being able to make plays when the pocket breaks down 4. The "It" intangible Listening to that and thing of Burrow I was going check, check, check, check.
  32. 1 point
    While doing his taxes with Turbo Tax, America's #1 Tax Preparation Software. BTW, I hope Joe takes it easy with the commercials at first. I don't mind a few but the Hobo Progressive commercials are really starting to look stupid considering the team didn't protect their home this year.
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    I was thinking we trade with Miami for their 3 first round picks and take Tua then best OL or LB with the next 2 picks. Pick up Fitzmagic for 2 years while Tua heals and gets up to speed. I mean we have to pick an injured player with our first round pick right? This morning on the drive in a Sports dude was bashing the Bengals for letting Joe Brady go to the Panthers. Said we should trade with Carolina so they could have Burrow and Brady back together. What he didn't realize is our front office has probably never heard of Joe Brady.
  34. 1 point
    Agreed. He looked pretty solid in the first half against a really good defense. Then they made adjustments.
  35. 1 point
    Ross's hours of practice and experience to say nothing of his veteran leadership will help Joe improve his skills at Super Mario Cart.
  36. 1 point
    I would like to see 2-3 more scouts. Steve Radicevic was the West Coast scout who got promoted to Director of Pro Scouting. But I think he is still doing the West Coast scouting gig too. Same with Mike Potts who is now Director of College Scouting and still doing his Southeast region college scouting. You can't be 2 places at once. I understand now why the team misses players wearing braces, fully recovered from injury, etc. They have to be relying too much on just tape or networked friends opinions and not actually going to games and seeing with their own eyes. I know Bengal's use their coaches as scouts as most other teams also do. But most other teams use the coaches as the 2nd and 3rd opinion guys not the 1st cut. A recent article talked about a another team's scout who went to see a highly regarded lineman who was injured. Watching the player he noticed he wasn't just wearing a jersey joking around on the sideline. The player was involved, drawing diagrams on the whiteboard, really involved with team. You wouldn't know that if you were not there. He starts for the team now. Scouts are pretty cheap...$50k -$100k...depending on experience. Just finding a couple solid starters every year would be little money well spent.
  37. 1 point
    I was kinda on the fence too, but this kid has to be taken. If he's not a franchise QB there is no such thing.
  38. 1 point
    I'll admit that I wasn't sold on Burrow until last night. He's got to be the pick. The dude is special and the Ohio connection could only make this more special if he leads us to the promised land. Truly an unbelievable performance.
  39. 1 point
    No thanks to Trevor the Transgender under any circumstances. He looks like Caitlyn/Bruce Jenner without any makeup.
  40. 1 point
    After Last Night - I think it should by JOE
  41. 1 point
    Don't forget Tate! Can you imagine Tate running the post or slant and getting the ball in stride.
  42. 1 point
    Burrow with Eifert, AJ Green, and Boyd to work with....
  43. 1 point
    this is another pretty well done piece on JB..
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    Strangely enough every team still in the playoffs is coached by a guy who was either a head coach at either the pro or upper echelon college ranks or was an NFL offensive or defensive coordinator before becoming the head coach of their current team. Makes one go hmm.
  45. 1 point
    Shame AB can’t be in LV...that would have been a perfect location
  46. 1 point
    Hobson: ...and because of that, the Bengals will not have enough cap space to sign any premier free agents...
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    At least at a high level, the offensive system was *meant* to be pretty much exactly what the Rams run... lots of 3-receiver sets. As outlined in an article late in the season, it leaked out that they abandoned this scheme and made a mish-mash of various ideas from Van Pelt, Turner and others. This was much more effective (mainly because they actually used Mixon the right way). So from my perspective whatever scheme comes about for next season won't be what Taylor tried to implement at the start of this season, but probably a different scheme that takes parts of everything they learned from this season. For his part Taylor already said what they do next year won't be what they tried this year. The good part is they all apparently learned that they didn't have the personnel to implement the Rams system so hopefully whatever emerges fits the players. TL;DR: There is no scheme right now, Taylor and staff are creating a new one for next season. We just have to hope it looks more like the last 8 games than the first 8.
  49. 1 point
    Kris Richard is jobless at the moment. I'd bring him in as DC and DB coach. He's worked wonders with the secondary wherever he's coached.
  50. 1 point
    Heh heh ehhhh that asshole Peter King. I bet you dollars to donuts he actually did something really shitty here: I bet King actually did bring the Seattle writer somewhere he didn't belong. You think Wyche would follow through and call King's boss to get him fired, as part of an elaborate motivational scheme? For one football game? King has proven over the years he has the emotional intelligence of a Hefty bag full of hog fat (and an ego the size of ten such bags), so I'll side on precedent here.
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