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Everything posted by PatternMaster

  1. He's the winningest coach in franchise history, it must have been a rough 16 years for you if Marvin brought you very little joy.
  2. I don't get the hate Marvin, he did some great things here and always handled himself with class. If you don't like the way he answers stupid questions from the media, like why didn't win in the playoffs, what do you really want him to say, then that's on you. Marvin is enjoying his millions he earned and has moved on
  3. He's also a convicted sex offender and rapist...not to mention a fucking soldier...
  4. McCoy said he will decide over the weekend and never visited, its time to move on.
  5. https://fansided.com/2019/05/29/5-nfl-teams-hire-marvin-lewis-2020/?utm_source=connatix&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=connatix
  6. I have interest in many things that will never happen, the real question is does McCoy have any interest in playing in Cincy. I'm sure he will have a robust market for his services and go with the highest bidder that gives him the best chance of winning a Super Bowl ring, which will not be the Bengals.
  7. I think Anderson likes the flexibility of working with whomever he wants and having control over his schedule.
  8. So wait...ODB, his new nickname, is acting like an unprofessional douche...who would've thought..
  9. https://amp.businessinsider.com/florida-massage-parlor-founder-orchestrated-trump-donations-from-spa-employees-2019-3
  10. I agree, hopefully the Bengals go oline in the first and third round, preferably OT then OG or C. There is a C coming out of Texas A&M named Eric McCoy who was coached by Turner and should be available in the 3rd or 4th round. An elite OT prospect like Ford, Williams, or Dillard at 11 combined with a player that can play either OG or C in middle of draft would go a long way to helping this offensive line.
  11. As the coaching staff is being completed it seems as if the new coaches are either former players with credible experience(Taylor, Eason, Lukabo, and Singleton) or hungry lifers(Turner, Callahan, Anamaru) who are getting an opportunity to step up. Either way it's an interesting staff for a team that is built to win now, with an upgrade to the offensive line and the back 7 of the defense, because of the glaring lack of NFL experience when it comes to calling plays and being responsible for the outcome of the season. The move to replace Pollack with Turner was a head scratcher and a huge risk. Turner's immediate success will be critical to the success of Talyor as a head coach. I'm going to be cautiously optimistic with this motley crew of a coaching staff.
  12. So the less NFL experience the better, sounds like a great strategy.
  13. https://www.raiders.com/video/salute-to-service-award-nominee-jemal-singleton
  14. I wonder if Paul Ryan is calling on this woman to apologize for her behavior
  15. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1852738241454566&id=100001552240055&ref=m_notif&notif_t=feedback_reaction_generic
  16. Thought this was interesting....
  17. This is the 2nd murder of black man by knife by an alt-right member in a few months.
  18. I can't imagine Ross being anything more than a 4th WR early on as he offers next to nothing in run blocking, he's not very physical.
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