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  1. No chance as long as Mike Brown is alive/in control. The only reason we made two before was because his father was alive to make the football decisions and leave the financial ones to Mike. PB died and so did our chances when control went to Mike.
  2. BengalTillIDie

    Reality and our 2018 O-line

    Bodine didn't want to play C and let the Bengals know that before they drafted him. He won't be back if anybody else offers him a deal to play G.
  3. The Brown family should do the honorable thing and remove Paul Brown's name from the stadium. His great legacy is being tarnished by these buffoons.
  4. As long as Mike Brown (Elmer Fudd) and Pete Brown (Daffy Duck) are sitting in the owners box this franchise is doomed. The Temple Of Doom would be more appropriate.
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    While Marvin does have his issues, especially during games, he isn't the only problem with this franchise. While PB had winning in his DNA not sure his son shares the same drive. I think he wants to win but isn't committed to win. Also, Belichick isn't probably one of the best coaches of all time he may also go down as one of the best general managers of all time. He is willing to make whatever changes he feels are necessary to get them to the SB each year. He knows how to do it organizationally as well as financially, not sure you can say that about MB. It would be interesting to hear what ML really thinks about what MB decisions that are made. TO and Chad probably are decisions that drove ML crazy but MB wanted them and that was that. Free agent decisions that MB has made that ML was committed to versus what he had to live with would be interesting discussions to have with ML if he would say what he really thinks. Hopefully Katie has a more determined outlook on winning than her father.
  6. Is it really a surprise that there is a risk of blackouts for this three game stretch? I think the risk is there for the balance of the season as well. When you can't sellout, not 85%, your stadium when your team is on a three game winning streak speaks volumes. There isn't a strong and loyal enough fan base to overcome all of the failures on Mike Brown's part in the past. The lost decade of the 90's when he lost a complete generation of fans, his incompetence since he has been GM is legend. While most other teams have a waiting list for season tickets, the Bengals don't. All of the excuses about the economy are just that excuses. This ownership doesn't deserve loyalty from its fan base, especially not from its season ticket holders. Katie, Troy and Paul Jr. are seeing first hand the sins of thefather coming back to bite them in the as* now.
  7. BengalTillIDie

    Peko: 'We'll be all right'

    Peko is average, Atkins is average now and Still should be on the PS or cut if it weren't for the PR move on the part of the Browns. They could have done the same for Still by having him on the PS. He isn't worth holding a spot for even though he is a second rounder. This is the NFL not Goodwill. Hunt is a project drafted in the second round to replace an all-pro in MJ, enough with the projects please. In early rounds. 1 - 3 should be impact players not projects. Only Gilberry and Dunlap are above average players. LBs are average when Burfict is playing, big fall off when he isn't. Add to that losing an average LB in Maualuga and a big fall off there. Vinny Rey isn't even average as is Lamur. Guess why we can't cover the TE even with our starting LBs. Kirkpatrick is a bust and maybe Williams as well. Early round picks that haven't lived up to their draft positions. Makes you wonder about Dennard when he can't see the field ahead of Newman and Hall, long in the tooth and their best years behind them. Our DL covered up our short comings in the safeties last year but can't this year. Jones is amazing and needs to be a ST impact player and get rid of Tate or just use other than as a return man. Sanzenbacher isn't better than Whalen and Gresham is well Gresham. Talent that never will pan out considering where he was drafted. The big surprise to me is the play of the OL last Sunday. Everybody there and they fall flat. Boling and Bodine are average but everybody else is above, or at least they had been. Usually a good pass blocking group but not good in the run blocking, or at least not yet. Add it all up and then consider how we really have drafted the last three years as compared to the Ravens who is the real threat in the AFCN. Their early draft picks see the field right away and they don't stay with mediocre, Nugent vs Cundiff, Hauschka,Stover and now Tucker. Formula for where we are right now. The amazing depth we were supposed to have isn't so amazing is it?
  8. BengalTillIDie

    Take a deep breath

    I don't think it is a matter of making or not making a statement - obviously the Bengals have done both but the problem is the good happens at home and when they hit the road they struggle. I don't think it is a matter of being Bandwagon or not, if the Bengals don't have home field advantage in the playoffs they will be in trouble. Fans are seeing a consistent theme that they are tired of and are expecting again. This is not a Ravens or Steelers team that is mentally tough enough to win on the road in the playoffs. I don't like either one of them but you have to give them credit they have whatever it is we lack, to get it done on the road in the playoffs. Is this the year the Bengals do it or are we going to be talking about what could have been again. Every year we make excuses, "cheap shot Steelers, we have injuries, refs screwed us, etc.," but the results have always been the same. And please don't go down the path of "remember what it was like before Marvin". I do remember but Marvin has been here eleven years and this theme is getting old. Look at the Seahawks and Forty-Niners who were about like we were when Marvin got here. Guess what, yes they lose games but lately they also are taking care of business on the road as well as at home.  
  9. BengalTillIDie

    Take a deep breath

    The national stage is too big for Marvin and it is reflected by his team.
  10. BengalTillIDie

    Jay gruden

    [quote name='bigboi' timestamp='1357436728' post='1204971'] alright so lets blow everything and switch back to the offense the Bengals ran when bratkowski was here. [/quote] Who says that Hue would run the same offense that Brat does? Just because Hue was the receivers coach under Brat doesn't mean he would run the same offense.
  11. This team is always young and always up and coming. I am fed up with that excuse. I have watched them since '68 and other than the two SB appearances which happened before Moses parted the Red Sea this organization has done nothing but dissapoint. When we have a chance to do something we hire a scrub in Gruden who MB thinks has pedigree because of his name. Seems he did this before with a guy name Shula and how did that turn out? Mike needs to turn the team over or die. We are doomed as long as he is involved with day to day decisions regarding this team.
  12. BengalTillIDie

    Jay gruden

    Let Jay go back to the arena league. His name is Gruden but his strategy today was absolutely horrendous. Please Eagles hire him now or better yet Cleveland because he is clueless about strategy. Let Hue Jackson organize the offense and guess what we win. And don't tell me about dropped passes etc., this strategy was doomed from the get go. The only thing that kept us in this game was a real coordinator named Zimmer. Mike do yourself a favor and name Mike your HC and move Marvin to GM.
  13. BengalTillIDie

    Jay gruden

    [quote name='saphead' timestamp='1357435597' post='1204909'] Jay Gruden always looks like he should be pounding draft beers at the local golf course. [/quote]
  14. BengalTillIDie

    Bye Week Notes

    Again nobody on our roster to fill the void of Jones being out? It isn't like Jones was going to be the answer for sure. I like a lot of people are hoping he or Sanu will be but we won't know until they get their chance. ML's refusal to play rookies unless they are all world first round talent like Green is stupid. Look at what happened to Dunlap until injuries forced ML's hand. Also, maybe the problem is we don't have a qualified WR coach in Urban who can get these rookies to play at the next level. I doubt that Green has learned much from Urban if anything at all same goes for Gresham with Jonathan Hayes. I thought this was to be a WR corps by committee at the #2, looks like the committee is incompetent.
  15. I'm not sure if this has been brought up before but I think that the main thing that has changed in the front office is that the Brown family has complete control over the team which was not the case at this time last year. Look at it from Mike's point of view, why should he raise the value of the franchise when he is looking to buy out the only other majority owner who is not a Brown family member? He paid $200 million that could have been substantially more if the franchise was more successful and raised the $ value of the franchise. Now that the Brown's have complete control look for them to improve the value of their investment. It is purely a matter of economics with MB mixed in with a heavy sprinkling of wanting to win. Now that winning may mean more value for his investment look for more changes in the structure of the Bengals organization from MB. He's not going to go crazy but he will spend where he sees the ROI. For example he is going to weigh the value of a covered practice facility against the ROI, and if he sees the value he will do it.

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