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  1. In the interest of fair reporting - here is a positive article on the Bengals social media and marketing, from the Athletic: Bengals’ new voice: How team’s social media, marketing seek fan reconnection CINCINNATI — Elizabeth Blackburn reads the comments. Yeah, those comments. “I’m deeply entrenched in Bengals Twitter,” she says. Twitter can be a dark place and the underworld of Bengals fans on social media has a history of some of the ugliest and most vitriolic responses in the NFL. It comes with the territory for a franchise without a playoff win in
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  2. Well, except me. I do get to decide what is proper. I own a Ban Hammer!!
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  4. Point takin..your right... Everyones right to express their thoughts regardless of what anyone else thinks is proper..
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  5. Pass on Rudolph. Hasn't been effective in a few years. I'd just as soon with with Uzomah. Allen would be an interesting replacement for Shawn Williams or as a backup to Jessie Bates.
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  6. I'd prefer the Bengals address the offensive line in a big way through free agency with a bonafide OG and OT allowing them to go another way in the draft for a weapon player as mentioned. I am way onside with that being Pitts as I think TE is a way bigger need than people realize. I would also love Chase for obvious reasons. As much as I like Sewell, we will go more than 600 days between games from his last one in college to his first one in the pros. I am not sure he's going to be the guy to come in and save Joe's life in 2021. I would not hate the pick but, my preference is offensive line in
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  7. 01 PENNEI SEWELL (OT) OREGON 02 JOSEPH OSSAI (EDGE) TEXAS (OR) JOE TRYON (EDGE) WASHINGTON 03 MARVIN WILSON (DT) FLA ST 04 QUINN MEINERZ (OG) WISC-WHITEWATER 05 REGGIE ROBINSON (DB) TULSA 06 KUONY DENG (LB) CALIFORNIA 7A QUINTON BOHANNA (NT) KENTUCKY 7B MARK WEBB (DB) GEORGIA Re-sign Lawson & Jackson. Add a starting OG/RT as well as rotational TE (Everett?), WR, LB & CB/S in Free Agency if possible. I'd also bring in a FA (Pro/College or both) PK for competition. If you add a starting RT instead of OG in FA, Williams moves inside to Guard.
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  8. FA gonna be SO critical to my thoughts. My clear preference for Chase if he's there (or Pitts/Waddle/Smith) if he's gone are all predicated on them actually addressing o-line in FA with at least two top-tier signings. Daryl Williams/Thuney my dream scenario. That would open up so much. If they whiff in FA on significantly improving o-line, that pushes me back toward praying Sewell is there at 5 and opens up my nightmare scenario where they haven't improved o-line, Sewell is gone, and they reach for another lineman at 5.
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  9. He did a respectable job for the Hawks, although he did go full ghost in the playoffs. Just too pricey for a part time sort of good pass rusher.
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  11. I’ll take a LG and RT in FA then take Chase or Pitts at 5 and Creed Humphrey at 38. OL fixed AND you pick up an elite weapon for JoeyB. Seems like a good plan to me.
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  12. God that's hideous. Orange needs to be a very small part of the uni, a touch here and there plus the helmet. Burrow looks like he should be in a deer stand with his rifle.
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  13. Here's the first 7 anyway 1. Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson I might start beginning my mock drafts with the second pick, because Lawrence heading down to Jacksonville to become new coach Urban Meyer's franchise QB is about as close to a lock as you can have in early March. The Jaguars' quarterback room has ranked among the league's worst in Total QBR over the past three seasons, finishing no higher than 26th over that time. But Lawrence has elite traits in just about every area of his game. Michael DiRocco on his fit with the Jaguars: Lawrence would
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  14. Orlando Pace was a finished product
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  15. Jets are going quarterback. They are praising Sam D to the heavens and saying everything but he will be there and start. Pumping him up for some sucker. He gone. (btw... not being contradictory and argumentative. I like your input and your viewpoints.)
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  17. Bad news for players who will be cut, bad news for players about to be free agents but good news for teams with cap room.
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  18. TE Age Starts 2020/Career stats Notes Overall Receiving Pass Block Run Block Snaps Rudolph-Vikings 31 12/132 28-334-1 111.8 Rating, 7.1 ADOT Cap Casualty Cincinnati Native 66.5 66.6 73.8 59.1 573 Reed-49ers 31 1/36 26-231-4 90 Rating, 8.0 ADOT
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  19. The more i look at free agents and releases I realize how imperative it is to sign WJ lll... League is pass happy and Jackson is a good one.. Franchise Lawson if you must abs we ll see how he responds this year.
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  20. I’ve avoided this thread from the most part, because folks have dug in opinions on ownership etc, but for better or worse, if you want to actually hear from the 4th generation , Elizabeth Blackburn was on the Dehner and Morrison pod that just dropped today. “Hear That Podcast Growlin’” if you don’t normally subscribe and are searching for it.
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  21. At that point, I don't know what's worse. O-line is really deep in this draft, but relying on ANY lineman other than maybe Sewell to seamlessly step in for week 1 is sub-optimal. That's why addressing this in FA has to be job 1 from my view.
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  22. Your thoughts about the team are welcome anytime..
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  23. I I have to respectfully disagree. I don't think it would matter in the least. If through whatever miracle Tua was able to adjust to right handed centers, I see no reason why Burrow would have any problem whatsoever adjusting to a left handed center. Boomer was a left handed QB and Bengals receivers didn't seem to have a problem catching his passes. Much ado about nothing imho.
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  24. Id rather they go after Moten first but he could be franchised.. Feel more secure landing a tackle first but Thuney would help the interior immensely.. Btw why the wait on Havenstein unless Zach has some inside info on an injury.. Give them our high 5th rounder. Hed look good at RT for us. Havenstein and Thuney would..make my day.
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  25. Huh? He's not as good as a healthy Trey Hopkins and maybe not as good as Billy Price. Martin was cut because he gets overpowered regularly and that's not worth 6 mil per year.
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  26. Of course they'd love to have his talent there.. He doesn't want to play there..pretty clear about it. Makes the organization's image bad when your best player doesn't want to play there...
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  27. OK man,.. I've got no beef with you at all but I think this needs said: Nobody died and appointed you the Thought Police. This team has been a fuckin heartbreak for their fans for literal decades. People are going to come in here and bitch and yeah, be kind of sour about it. I agree it gets old sometimes, the same one-liners over and over, but here's the thing: That's a you problem. If you don't like someone's content, put them on ignore and move on with your day. Simple. It's not your responsibility to decide what content everyone else should see. Like
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  28. Sounds like a candidate for reclamation. So much po-ten-tial and not living up to it. Wonder how working with Pollard would work as far as an attitude adjustment? Trade them Michael "Burrow Killer" Jordan or maybe even Billy Price (which I would not like to see happen)? Yeah, I'd bring him in. Hopefully resturcture his contract. How much worse than Bobby Heart or Cedric Oggie or Jake Fisher or the other free agent who was here for a cup of coffee and two dozen Krispy Kreams whose name I can't even recall at the moment?
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  29. Yeah, their tweet was pretty lame. I get that it's their job to try and polish a turd, but I was really looking forward to a legitimate leak.
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  30. All i know is, I really don't want a 2022 Draft/OTA's/Training Camp Covid-19 thread
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  31. This makes sense but also gives me a headache. Readers has 6.5 sacks in his 5 year career. Averaging 1.3 a year. He has never played over 60% of the snaps for his team in a season.
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  32. Yep. There is like Chase blindness going on or something.
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  33. These are my top guys for 3rd WR. Interesting to note how bad AJ Green was. When the QB threw to him they had a 55.1 Passer rating, one of the worst in the league. WR Age Starts 2020/Career stats Notes Overall Receiving Pass Block Run Block Snaps Conley-Jaguars 28 4/52 40-471-2 90.1 Rating, 10.3 ADOT $3,745,000 4.35 40
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  34. ...we certainly don’t want to bitch about the bitching about bitching., do we?
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  35. The anticipation is overwhelming isnt it ??.....
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  36. Maybe the Blackburn women are trying to do that.. Your too pessimistic ... I know the past the past.. Get over it..
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  37. High standards? Child please
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  38. Another hint, from Elizabeth Blackburn's "Vision" article: https://www.bengals.com/news/chapter-2-the-vision-high-standards-connection-and-enduring-legacy "First, in case you have not heard, we are getting new uniforms. I know many of you have asked for these for quite some time. It's a long process working with NIKE and the NFL and, like I said above, we have high standards. We want this next iteration of our jersey to become as beloved, iconic and timeless as our helmet. We'll be publishing a LOT of great content around the launch of our new uniforms later this spring
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  39. Matt Miller has updated his top 50 after a chance to spend more time with film. Here's his top 10: 1. QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson Previous Rank: 1 Details: QB1 — 6'5 5/8"— 213 lbs NFL Comparison: Andrew Luck 2. WR Ja'Marr Chase, LSU Previous Rank: 5 Details: WR1—6'0 1/4"—208 NFL Comparison: Michael Thomas (but faster) 3. TE Kyle Pitts, Florida Previous Rank: 6 Details: TE1—6'5 1/4"—246 NFL Comparison: Mike Evans + Darren Waller 4. OT Penei Sewell, Oregon Previous Rank: 2 Details: OT1—6'5 1/8"—330 NFL Comparison: Jason Peters 5. QB Justi
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  40. Id like the Colts in our division as well. Move Baltimore to AFC east and Miami to AFC south.. Actually id like to redo the whole damn league some.. What say you?
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  41. What kind of cowpunk disco bondage monstrosity is that? AW HELL NO!
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