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  1. Redskins are smart. At home and its hot? Wear your whites and make the other team sweat
  2. found one https://nflwebcast.com/atlanta-falcons-live-stream-online-free/
  3. Anyone have a stream or a radio station link? All I get is a voiuice saying I'm out of the approved area
  4. That's the only thing that worries me, I'd prefer production over potential (I still think he will work out tho). And on a side note, when you re drafting as late in the round as we were do you expect an instant starter?
  5. Either he's having a bad night (or not as good as we thought) or the coaches want to see what Yoshi's got
  6. Couple years ago we would have been begging to move Evans to LB. 😋
  7. Quick question..why would you wear black in the early season? Thats just dumb
  8. Better yet, team a Make-A-Wish kid with each ruler. It's a win-win
  9. Got to give it to Geno, but here is no way Reid was a scrub: Reid was the first-round selection (#7 pick overall) of the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1970 NFL Draft.[4] In the team's third season, it won the AFC Central Division and made the playoffs. In 1971, Reid established himself as one of the NFL's best pass rushers by recording 12 sacks, a figure he repeated in 1972. In 1971 Reid was a consensus All-AFC selection and the following year he was consensus All-Pro as well as being voted consensus All-AFC again. In 1973, he topped those marks by recording 13 sacks. He was named All-Pro by the Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA) and was second-team All-Pro according to the Associated Press and Pro Football Writers Association. For the third consecutive season Reid was consensus All-AFC. In 1974, due primarily to injuries, he recorded only seven sacks, bringing his career total to 49. In his final season, Reid was again an All-AFC selection by Pro Football Weekly. Although sacks were an unofficial statistic, the Bengals kept track of them and Reid retired as the leading sacker in the team's short history. He made two trips to the Pro Bowl (1972 and 1973) before his retirement following the 1974 season due to knee and hand injuries and his desire to focus on a music career. In 1996, he received the NFL Alumni Career Achievement Award for his success in his post-NFL career. He was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1987 and received the Walter Camp "Alumnus of the Year" award in 1987. In 1995, he received the NCAA Silver Anniversary Award. Reid was named as part of the Bengals' 40th Anniversary All-Time team in 2007. In 2017, Reid was named as part of the Bengals' 50th Anniversary All-Time Team. If not for injuries there is no telling how far he could have gone.
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