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  1. Linky: https://www.wcpo.com/sports/football/bengals/paul-brown-stadium-going-cashless-for-full-capacity-2021-season No cash. No folding money. All transactions, including buying beers from roaming vendors, will be included. Specifics from the article.... The following forms of payment will be accepted inside the stadium: * Credit cards (Visa, Mastercard or Discover) * Debit cards * Apple Pay * Google Pay (concessions only) * Universal debit card purchased at cash-to-card kiosks located throughout the stadium. Roaming food vendors will be equipped with card readers, the team said. Not sure exactly how this will work. Do they expecf that I'll just hand my phone to the folks between my seat and Tim the Beer Man standing in the aisle and expect them to pass it down and back?
  2. BTW - I have nothing but a hunch to go on, but my guess is that the ceremony will be on 9/30, the week 4 game against Jacksonville. Its a Thursday Night, and therefore the earliest "national" game, which the Stripes could leverage off of to help garner HOF support for whomever (cough..Ken Anderson Ken Riley... cough) gets honored. Heck, the whole broadcast could feature Bengal historical greats during the cutaways to commercial breaks if the league got behind it. The only other logical choices would be opening week (but we play the Vikings, nobody will be watching) or the Browns (but thats in week 9, much too late IMO for an honor thats supposed to be season-long). And with our home schedule being backloaded, it really seems to me like Week 4 is optimal. My .02
  3. To further infuriate folks, here's my personal list: Class of 2021: QB Ken Anderson + CB/S Ken Riley (alphabetically, not gonna rank them against each other) From the other fifteen: 1 - WR Isaac Curtis 2 - OL Willie Anderson 3 - DL/LB Tim Krumrie 4 - OL Max Montoya 5 - QB Boomer Esiason 6 - RB Corey Dillon 7a/b - WR Chad Johnson + WR Cris Collinsworth (I keep flip-flopping on these two, so I'd put them in together) 9 - CB/S Lemar Parrish 10 - PK Jim Breech 11a/b/c - RB James Brooks, CB/S David Fulcher, DL/LB Reggie Williams (in any order, its all good) 14 - TE Bob Trumpy 15 - OL Dave Lapham
  4. Can we at least start by ranking ballot players from the same position? If there's a "best" player at that position, the "next best" player shouldn't be considered until the "best" player is. Here are the position with multiple nominees, and I've listed them in the order I would take them in: QB: Ken Anderson, Boomer Esiason RB: Corey Dillon, James Brooks WR: Isaac Curtis, Chad Johnson, Cris Collinsworth OL: Willie Anderson, Max Montoya, Dave Lapham DL/LB: Tim Krumrie, Reggie Williams CB/S: Ken Riley, Lemar Parrish, David Fulcher The positions with one nominee: TE: Bob Trumpy PK: Jim Breech So instead of comparing seventeen nominees, it really boils down to eight .... or nine if your #1 overall pick is from a position that has a #2.
  5. Nah... go back and watch the Soldja in his video. Saphead was translating.
  6. Linky: https://sports.yahoo.com/kellen-winslow-ii-sentenced-to-14-years-for-string-of-rapes-sexual-assaults-215452589.html Glad that POS is gonna be locked up for a long, long time. Hope he gets a boyfriend while in prison.
  7. Cap Tracker Update, 8pm (Linky: https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/cap/) Bengals: $12.0M (11th best) League Average: $8.2M Top Three: (1) NYJ $35.8M; (2) JAX $34.0M; (3) LAC $33.1M Bottom Three: (30) NOS -$10.7M; (31) PHI -$14.5M; (32) LAR -$26.6M AFC North: (11) CIN $12.0M; (14) BAL $8.1M; (19) CLE $5.3M; (22) PIT $1.0M 10 of the 13 clubs with higher-than-average space are AFC: (1)NYJ (2)JAX (3)LAC (5)IND (6)DEN (7)TEN (8)KCC (9)NEP (11)CIN (12)MIA. Nine teams are over cap: (24) HOU -$0.9M; (25) BUF -$1.0M; (26) ARI -$2.4M; (27) GBP -$2.6M; (28) CHI -$3.7M; (29) NYG -$5.8M plus the three listed above. Bengals Free-Agency Gains/Losses (Linky: https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/free-agents/all/cincinnati-bengals/) -- other sites may be more up-to-date. I'm using this only because it coexists on same site as the cap tracker -- Gains: Trey Hendrickson DE 27 (NOS) 4yr/$60M (2021 Cap Hit = $12.4M) Mike Hilton CB 27 (PIT) 4yr/$24M (4.8M) Chidobe Awuzie CB 26 (DAL) 3yr/$21.7M (4.0M) Larry Ogunjobi DT 27 (CLE) 1yr/$6.2M (6.2M) Losses: Carl Lawson DE 26 (NYJ) 3yr/$45M (14.3M) William Jackson CB 29 (WAS) 3yr/$40.5M (6.6M) Cethan Carter TE 28 (MIA) 3yr/$7.8M (1.7M) A.J. Green WR 33 (ARI) 1yr/$6.0M John Ross WR 27 (NYG) 1yr/$2.2M (1.8M) Randy Bullock K 32 (DET) N/A B.J. Finney C 30 (PIT) 1yr/unk Resigned: Samaje Perine RB 26 2yr/$3.3M (1.4M) Tony Brown CB 25 N/A
  8. Cap Tracker Update: (per - https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/cap/) Bengals: $18,188,390 (10th best) League Average: $9,768,360 Top Three: $50.1M NYJ, $34.0M JAX, $33.2M BUF Bottom Three: -$14.5M PHI, -$17.1M CHI, -$26.6M LAR AFC North: (10) $18.1M CIN, (15) $8.1M BAL, (20) $5.3M CLE, (24) $0.7M PIT Weird Stat: 10 of the 11 teams with the most cap space are AFC. In the NFC, (5) CAR ($31.1M) has more cap space than the next three NFC teams combined. (12) MIN ($12.3M) + (16) SEA ($7.8M) + (17) TBB ($7.2M)
  9. After his entire career in Cincinnati It's going to be weird seeing him on another team's injury report.
  10. How are you getting C$303. When I try to build that jersey (retro, full-stitched, patch, name+number) I get C$262. Does your quote include shipping, or have you put on weight and are using more fabric? Are we starting with the same jersey? https://www.theriderstore.ca/collections/10-jerseys/products/mens-new-era-retro-jersey?variant=19666450972768 (PS the jersey shown HAS a retro patch on both sleeves already)
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