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Madieu Superstar

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  1. John Ross - PLOT TWIST

    Who says that he is? Because Andy Benoit told you so? I’m glad you’re happy with Lafell. I watch his effort when it comes to blocking and I won’t see who coaches him. Boyd got 54 catches last year. I’m glad. Must have been tough competing with Lafell, Core, Erickson, and Uzomah for that target share. What happened this year? Good coaching or bad coaching? Im sure he helped them some. Both players seem to be playing their best football away from the Bengals. Good for them. There was no no one else to throw to in 2011 besides AJ. Every time Caldwell got a target, it was intercepted. Simpson best play as a Bengal came at the end of 2010.
  2. John Ross - PLOT TWIST

    Doctson was hurt all of last year. I said healthy. Comprehend better, please. what’s your point? Tavon Austin is shorter than Ross, slower than Ross, and jumps about 5 inches less than Ross. He was the product of a gadget offense in college. He’s worked out about as well as Pat White and Steve Slaton did. I couldve told you it’s dumb to draft a 5’8 WR who doesn’t jump off the page athletically in the top 10. Too much would have to go right for him to be worth the pick. He’s competing against Watkins, Cupp, Woods, and Gurley for snaps. Why would he play? If Ross was 5 years in and had yet to show a glimpse of top WR potential, I wouldn’t expect a new coach to fix that. Ross is not Austin. Yet. New Coaches Please
  3. John Ross - PLOT TWIST

    How did they get this? pretty cool stuff. I can’t gauge anything from this stuff, as im not a scout, but I’ve never believed that he’s a bust at this point. Does anyone here believe that if healthy and playing under someone like Sean Mcvay, he still wouldn’t succeed? we have to face the fact that there are complete idiots coaching these players at this point. hopefully someone competent comes in and evaluated these guys with a fresh (and smart) set of eyes.
  4. 2018 Coaching prospects

    That’s the point that I’m trying to make. Teams have good wins or comebacks. It shouldn’t be a win that you remember for years.
  5. 2018 Coaching prospects

    I waste too much of my life responding to you. It’s normal to be happy that you won. It’s better to win than lose. That doesn’t mean that it was a win of any real significance. It isn’t and it wasn’t. What did that win actually mean? It was a harbinger if nothing. They won a game in October at home against a team that ended up just as good as they were.
  6. 2018 Coaching prospects

    You just don't seem to get it. It's sad. Yes, it is not practical to expect to be number one in my profession. There are probably tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of people who have the same profession as me. That's like striving to win the lottery. It's stupid. Furthermore, how does one measure their desk job performance versus another? Pro sports is not like life. There are only 32 professional football teams in the United States. Those 32 teams all go against each other every single year. These 32 teams all have the same salary cap constraints and player acquisition rules. For a professional football team to not have finished number one in its 50 year existence is sad. Even sadder is not being able to finish amongst the league's 8 best teams in 25+ years. That's a different kind of pathetic. If you failed to rank in the top 8 of the 30-32 people in your profession in any year in the last 25+ years, I'd say that you're either entirely incompetent, very content with being average, or both. Either way, it's not a good look. Fans of NFL teams are not supposed to settle. It's not real life for us. We settle for the crappy jobs we have, or the ugly wives who trapped us. When you root for a football team, you're supposed to root for them to reach the apex of the sport. And unless they changed this sport, comeback wins in October against average teams is not the apex.
  7. 2018 Coaching prospects

    There really is no such thing as a "big victory" if your playoff resume reads as Marvin's and Andy's. I'm not sure why this is hard for you to understand. Coming from behind in October at home against a 2-2 Seahawks team is not a big victory. I'm not sure why you think that it is. For God's sake, that Seahawks team should have lost to Teddy Bridgewater in the Wild Card round lol.
  8. 2018 Coaching prospects

    Comparing Andy Dalton and Brett Favre is the best idea I've seen in a long, long time.
  9. The proof is in the pudding. Why use a first round pick on a guard if you have no interest in signing him to a second contract? The Stealers used high picks on both Pouncey and DeCastro and signed them both to lucrative contract extensions. 2 interior lineman at the same time.
  10. A center would definitely be a good anchor for the rebuilding of the line. But MB does not really value the interior of the line. He paid Boling and I doubt he’s going to be willing to pay (or invest draft capital) in the other 2 spots. Best you could hope for would be a 3rd or 4th round pick. Here’s to the next Rod Payne or Jonathan Luigs!
  11. 2018 Coaching prospects

    hahaha the same one who coached Dalton to 18 TD's in 16 games last year.
  12. 2018 Coaching prospects

    You didn’t prove anyone wrong, you dolt lol. Like I said, I could care less if we come back against Pagano’s Colts at home. Come back from 14-0 against Pittsburgh on the road and then talk to me. Mediocre standards from a mediocre poster.
  13. 2018 Coaching prospects

    What does that have to do with anything? They came back from 14-0 against Pittsburgh on the road and they have ZERO offensive talent. That’s good coaching. They scored in the second half against Pittsburgh! Never thought I’d live to see the day... but thank you for the tip. I’m glad Marvin’s team was able to come from behind against the Colts this year while playing at home. It means more to me than Harbaugh’s .590 winning percentage, 10 playoff wins, and 1 Super Bowl.
  14. Shazier may not play football again

    The celebration was after that. They were dancing on the field as he was down.

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