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whodey1971 last won the day on February 12 2013

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  1. whodey1971

    Iloka cut

    The Safety market is dry. It would not surprise me at all if Iloka is back in a few weeks with a re-worked deal, provided he would be interested in returning. He won't be offered what he was scheduled to make here on the open market, but he is still a viable NFL Safety.
  2. I think this is one of the more intriguing picks they made last year. Apparently, he blew it up at the Senior Bowl - leaving some to wonder if maybe the coaches at Virginia didn't know how to pull out his talent. Who knows...but it's possible this could be a steal . Time will tell...
  3. Given the premium on the position, they should take at least one every year. You never really know when you might strike gold
  4. If the NFL, media, Pittsburgh franchise, anyone...was serious about player safety, they would lead every one of these press releases/stories with "Shazier, who injured himself by using the same spearing technique he employed throughout his career, is..."
  5. Playing devil's advocate here... but after everything this franchise has put its fanbase through, I've got to believe that if you were serious about being done with this team, it would have happened by now already. Jay Gruden would not be the worst coach in the history of this team. I don't want him either...but hey - I'm a Bengals fan. I have come to expect disappointment.
  6. whodey1971

    #5 Defense

    What would make this defense even better...is if the offense could stay on the field for a while
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    I'll grant him this... Andy doesn't seem to duck the public eye despite recent performance
  8. Here is the good news, and the first step to recovery. Realize you should be using "they" when you type "we"
  9. Average NFL Score: Home Team 23 Visitors 20 Pats scored 27, despite a few errant passes from Brady. It should have been enough to win the game. The Pats' D giving up 21 points in the 4th quarter is what lost them the game. Could Brady have been sharper? Sure. Was it his fault they lost? Nope.
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    The Bengals today signed eight players to the practice squad: --LB Brandon Bell (rookie, Penn State) --K Jake Elliott (rookie, Memphis) --OT Kent Perkins (rookie, Texas) --DT Josh Tupou (rookie, Colorado) --WR Kermit Whitfield (rookie, Florida State) --DT DeShawn Williams (second-year player, Clemson) --HB Jarveon Williams (rookie, Texas-San Antonio) --S Brandon Wilson (rookie, Houston) All of the players signed to the Bengals’ practice squad today were with the team in preseason. An NFL practice squad may include up to 10 players, thus the Bengals currently have two open practice squad spots.
  11. Chuck Norris wears Katie pajamas?
  12. How long before we get a localized PR stunt...John Ross vs Billy Hamilton in a race to raise some $ for charity?
  13. Responding to multiple comments above... Rule #1 - believe nothing you hear coming from "inside sources" within 2 weeks of the draft Rule #2 - in case you are tempted to believe something you hear...see rule #1 Hypothetically...if the Bengals did trade up to #2, I certainly hope it is for Jamal Adams or Solomon Thomas...and not any RB If they stick at 9, and he is there...They need to take Reuben Foster. Wouldn't you rather see him paired with Burfict, than say...Shazier?
  14. Obviously picks are worth whatever both trading teams believe they are worth. Although going with the "conventional" trade value chart... Pick #9 = 1,350 points Pick 25 = 720 points Pick 89 = 145 points 2nd round picks range from 270-580 points. For the sake of argument, let's say the Texans threw in their own 2nd round pick. This would mean if this deal took place: Bengals give up 1,370 points Texans give up between 1135 - 1435 points As much as I love the idea of trading back, gaining extra picks, and drafting someone that plays OL... I don't think there is enough sweetener on the deal to entice the Bengals.

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