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  1. They need to make sure the stripes match on the jerseys and pants. Please don’t wear the jersey with black stripes on the shoulder and pants with orange stripes.
  2. It seems like people who want to draft Sewell in the first, think that drafting Chase instead means the Bengals are somehow ignoring their offensive line...why is that? If they go oline in the 2nd and 3rd with good talent, isn’t that addressing it? It’s not like Sewell is light years ahead of every other tackle in this draft. Add two solid draft picks, Reiff and bring back Pollack seems like addressing the line to me.
  3. I’m pretty sure this was created by Phil Simms.
  4. 3 wide is essentially our base offense. On top of that we have zero depth at the moment.
  5. JB’s first year at LSU wasn’t anything to write home about. His second year however...
  6. At the minimum, 1, 2 and 3. ATL is a wild card and they could, maybe even should, pick Pitts, Chase or Sewell (in that order).
  7. I see no lies here. As a Lakers fan that scares me if we get out of the West.
  8. Training camp fodder. Maybe he sticks, maybe he doesn’t, but we need bodies there especially with CJ coming off of an injury that normally takes 24 months to get back to 100% (at least in basketball that’s the timeframe — KD is challenging that with how he’s playing year 1 of coming back).
  9. With the Jets trading Darnold, they're picking a QB. With SF trading up and giving up lots of draft capital, they're choosing a QB as well. If the scenario you mentioned above plays out and we can't trade down, you go with Slater or Waddle. In this case I'd take Slater even though Waddle brings something this offense needs with which is a WR that brings speed and separation. That's something even Chase doesn't give you lots of. Yes, Chase ran a "4.38", but it doesn't really show on tape to me. He makes a lot of contested catches because DBs are with him, but Waddle (and Smith) separates
  10. I'm not a fan of Mayfield, but I guess at that point it's a really good pick.
  11. I’m back and forth on this one, but the depth at OL in this draft and the lack of the type of WR we need in this draft make Chase the choice for me. We can get GOOD, quality starters on the OL in the 2nd and 3rd round whereas there may not be a starting WR in the 2nd or 3rd rounds. Most WRs in this draft play the slot and that’s not what we need. If we knew Terrace Marshall would be there in the 2nd, I’d go with Sewell, but the odds of that are slim. However, there’s a great chance either Dickerson, Humphrey, Leatherwood, etc. will be there in the 2nd and all of them are day 1 starters for
  12. I agree...and I love Mix, but history has shown you don’t need to overspend on a RB or really even draft one high. The only one of these three contracts that’s OK is Uzomah. Yeah, he got hurt, but I don’t think he’s severely overpaid when healthy.
  13. I think we really overpaid for Hendrickson., I hope he proves me wrong.
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