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Jason

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  1. I think Atlanta takes Pitts, and I’m still team Chase, but I’d be happy with this result.
  2. You need to revise your tiebreaker guesses. They are creating bookends. Please see my responses to your posts for further instructions. Also applies to MontanaBengal, but he deleted his post.
  3. It’s ironic because I heard Philly moved out of 6 because they thought the Bengals were taking Chase.
  4. A. Orange/Black Super Bowl jersey is still my favorite. These are probably 2 Already purchased black and white Burrow jerseys.
  5. Your tiebreaker guess creates a bookend om Stryker57 with Le Tigre. Please change your tiebreaker to a number higher than 93 or lower than 71.
  6. Not everyone is picking Chase, so the contest will stay first pick.
  7. Your tiebreaker guess creates a bookend with TigerJ@w and ClaptonRocks. Please change it to greater that 109 or less than 84.
  8. I don’t think HSH was talking about the first round.
  9. Is everyone planning on guessing Chase? If so I think I might do a repeat of last year and have everyone guess our second pick.
  10. Everyone gets 1 guess. No limits on how many times Chase or Sewell (or Pitts?) can be guessed. The first year or 2 I did this I limited the number of times a player could be guessed to 5.
  11. Ok, here it is, the contest thread. Here are the rules: 1. Guess the player you think the Bengals will take with their first pick. It does not matter when that pick is, whether at 5, 26 or 37. So don't tell me they trade the pick. 2. This year there will not be a limit to how many times a player may be guessed. 3. The tie breaker will be the pick number where Pete Werner is taken. Do not give me a team and a round, I want a number. In the event there is still a tie, there will be a second tie breaker between the 2 contestants. It will be another player to be determined at that
  12. They expected to get something out of this guy named AJ Green.
  13. Chase isn’t the only one. But he’s the only one worth taking at 5. There might be 1 guy who makes it to 38 who contributes a lot early, and very few, if any, from 69 on. At OL on the other hand there will be good players at 38 and 69.
  14. Even if you do think Tee can be a 1, we still need another outside guy for 3 wide sets, which they will run a lot this year.
  15. Well, we kind of do, just not early. With Erickson gone we need a backup for Boyd.
  16. On my new Covid work schedule Monday is my work from home day so I'll get to see it.
  17. Sometimes. The odds of finding an elite player drop pretty quickly the deeper you go in the draft. Every draft has so many blue chip prospects. The odds of those guys turning into elite players is higher. If your first pick is outside that number, then yes, your odds get better with more picks in the top 2 or 3 rounds. But if your first pick is in that blue chip range you’re odds are much higher if you stay at least in that range. We are in that blue chip range at 5 in this draft. And that’s even higher considering how many QBs will go before us and we don’t need one.
  18. After listening to HTPG today I’m thinking a lot about switching to team Sewell. I’m not officially there yet, but the point about the bengals recent lack of success picking OL not near the top of round 1, and their history of success with second round WRs is giving me pause. Plus it may be more likely that Diyami Brown makes it to 38 than Leatherwood.
  19. The best thing about this is Randy sitting in PBS.
  20. I disagree. This year. One thing this team doesn't have enough of is elite players. You have a chance to get one this year. Get that player. Next draft trade down and add a bunch of other good players. For now grab the great player.
  21. Exactly. Plus Chase will likely be a higher graded player than Sewell.
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