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Kochman

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  1. I would as well. My niece and nephew will be starting college after my wife graduates so I should be good for atleast 6 years.
  2. Hell yea and congrats. My wife wasn't in school last semester so she asked one of her friends and I got it through her.
  3. I've been getting it for the last few years. My wife's in college so I get it for 120. If you know anyone in college and know there birth day you can get it at a student discount.
  4. https://walterfootball.com/nfldraftgrades.php Cincinnati Bengals: Ja'Marr Chase, WR, LSU - B Grade The Bengals had a difficult decision between Ja'Marr Chase and Penei Sewell. They ultimately decided on the former, which I don't agree with, but don't hate either. Sewell would have been much better for them, especially when considering Joe Burrow's recent knee injury. That said, Chase is going to be a superstar receiver in Cincinnati for a very long time, and it's not like he and Burrow have to develop any sort of chemistry. Cincinnati Bengals: Jackson Carman, OT/G, Clemson - A+ Grade I love this pick. Back in February, some league sources told us that Jackson Carman could sneak into the opening round. He obviously didn't, so the Bengals are getting awesome value with Carman, especially when considering that they traded down eight spots. They had to improve their offensive line to protect Joe Burrow, and they did just that with Carman. Cincinnati Bengals: Joseph Ossai, DE/OLB, Texas - B Grade It was always going to be receiver/tackle, tackle/receiver and then edge rusher for the Bengals, who needed to replace Carl Lawson. Joseph Ossai is someone I've consistently mocked in the third round, so this pick makes sense. Ossai is a low-upside player, but he should be a solid contributor for Cincinnati. Cincinnati Bengals: Cameron Sample, DE, Tulane - B+ Grade It's no surprise that the Bengals are adding another edge rusher, given the powerhouse offenses they have to battle in the AFC North. They have yet to beat Lamar Jackson, so obtaining another pass rusher was a must. Cameron Sample is someone I had in this range, so this seems like a solid pick. Cincinnati Bengals: Tyler Shelvin, NT, LSU - B+ Grade I wonder if Joe Burrow demanded Tyler Shelvin as well. Shelvin is a monstrous nose tackle who can help stop the run. Remember, the Bengals haven't beaten Lamar Jackson yet, so this should help them stop Baltimore's rushing attack. This is the right range for Shelvin. Cincinnati Bengals: D'Ante Smith, OT East Carolina - A Grade It's no surprise that the Bengals are drafting another offensive lineman so that Joe Burrow, coming off a knee injury, is as well protected as possible. I've had D'Ante Smith pegged around the third frame, so the Bengals seem to be getting strong value with D'Ante Smith. Cincinnati Bengals: Evan McPherson, K, Florida - C Grade I hate kicker picks in the first three rounds, and I'm not a fan of them in the fourth frame. The fifth round is just OK, but know that kickers grow on trees. There's a tree outside my house, and there are four kickers growing on it right now Cincinnati Bengals: Trey Hill, C, Georgia - A+ Grade I thought Trey Hill put himself in first-round consideration when he handled Derrick Brown well in a 2019 matchup. I eventually moved him to the third round because of some knee injury concerns. Apparently, teams were more worried, but this was the right time to take a chance on such a high-upside player. Cincinnati Bengals: Chris Evans, RB, Michigan - B- Grade The Bengals lost Giovani Bernard this offseason, so it makes sense that they would find a running back at some point on Day 3. Chris Evans could become a solid complement for Joe Mixon. There were better running backs available, but this isn't a bad pick. Cincinnati Bengals: Wyatt Hubert, DE, Kansas State - B Grade Wyatt Hubert didn't make my final mock, but he was slotted in the seventh round in a previous update. The Bengals are trying to load up their roster with as many pass rushers as possible to stop the dynamic offenses in the AFC North, so this pick makes sense to me.
  5. Teven Jenkins-Oke St would be my pick @ 38 if he is still available.
  6. I haven't really listened to the words of that song until now. Very nice Jamie. He was a good dude.
  7. Report: Quinton Spain visiting, likely to sign with Bengals Josh Alper 28 seconds ago The Bengals may be getting some veteran offensive line help. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported on Sunday that former Bills and Titans guard Quinton Spain would visit with the team. Tyler Dragon of the Cincinnati Enquirer reported Monday that Spain is expected to sign with the team assuming all goes well with that meeting and COVID-19 protocols. The Bills released Spain last week after signing him to a three-year, $15 million contract during the offseason. He had been a starter with the team last year, but took on a reserve role in Buffalo this season before being let go. Cincinnati’s line has struggled to protect quarterback Joe Burrow all year and they had three linemen go down with injuries in Sunday’s loss to the Browns. Left tackle Jonah Williams has a neck injury, center Trey Hopkins is in the concussion protocol and right tackle Bobby Hart hurt his knee. Guard Xavier Su’a-Filo was already on injured reserve, so a healthy, experienced player would be a welcome addition to the group
  8. Damn don't know how I missed this post. RIP ONYX
  9. Xavier Su'a-Filo G, Cincinnati Bengals Bengals signed OG Xavier Su'a-Filo, formerly of the Cowboys, to a three-year, $10 million contract. Source: Ben Baby on Twitter Mar 18, 2020, 4:21 PM ET
  10. He wouldn't come here for the crumbs we would offer but I havent seen anything about Whit resigning with the Rams yet. I read speculation but no official word.
  11. I really want Andrew Dickinson from Findlay. He will be a Guard in the NFL. He is my wifes cousin and was our ring bearer at our wedding. Great kid with good head on his shoulders. All of my wifes family is Browns fans so what would be better him getting drafted by the Bengals late in the draft. He was given a 5th round evaluation. He may or may not get drafted I would love to see him in a Bengals uniform whether it drafted or FA. The D2 works against him but he was a man among boys there. He would be a development player. https://www.nfldraftdiamonds.com/2019/09/offensive-line/ Andrew Dickinson, OL, Findlay – We are going to keep it going down. Let’s talk about a D2 prospect that will get a shot in the NFL. Dickinson is an OG at the next level but man is he a solid blocker. The starting guard has started in almost every game since entering college in 2015, after sitting a year. He is an All-American with a mean streak. He is a straight mauler and a player I love on film. Both he and his teammate Logan Bailey will bring NFL teams in. He has ability and is a solid player.
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