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PatternMaster

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  1. Maybe, thats a mystery my friend...... But the next time your at Rays stay away from the 6-way cause my cousin Mike is pissed after what I told him you said about him
  2. My cousin works at Rays Chili Parlor, its honest work for good pay plus the free oyster crackers are a nice bonus.
  3. Lol @ comparing Zac to Jimmy J, they have nothing in common. JJ was a national champion HC at da U before joined the Boys, Taylor has zero HC experience. As for what Taylor deserves, well thats easy...he deserves to be fired. Taylor is arguably one of the worst coaches in the history of the NFL. The numbers dont lie, despite his likeability, Taylor is an abysmal HC.
  4. Solid response, hard to argue against the old crying while laughing emoji
  5. This shows you how explosive and athletic this guy is, its amazing that someone his size can jump that high. I want to see how they utilize Hubert, he's a jack of all trades type of player that can do it all.
  6. That is semantics, Taylor was annouced as HC on 01/20/19 and Pollack left on th 01/15/19. I'm positive Taylor had communicated what coaches he wanted to keep and which ones he wanted to replace when he was hired as the head coach. Taylor wanted his own guys at certain positions and Pollack saw the writing on the wall so he quit before he was fired. Paul Dehner's tweet that is embedded in article confirms as much. https://bengalswire.usatoday.com/2019/01/15/frank-pollack-out-bengals-offensive-line-coach/ It's no coincedence that Pollack left after seeing his fellow coaches get fired and knowing that Taylor wanted to hire Turner for OL coach.
  7. He was 20 years old when he was drafted and 21 heading into his 2nd season, not surprised he didn't have all the details of being a pro athlete mastered. The point is it's obvious that Jordan was setup for failure and should have never been put in this position. As stated earlier, last offseason was unprecedented so when you combine all the factors are you really surprised Burrow got hurt. Because of a pass happy but utterly clueless head coach and front office that allowed an average oline to go to shit through bad personnel decisions it's no surprise Burrow got hurt. It could have Jonah or Hopkins that gave up the pressure that lead to the injury, the overall scheme and techniques that were being employed is what caused the injury. It was obvious that Jordan was overwhelmed and out skilled a lot last year, especially in that game. Keeping him in the game and continuing to ask him to pass block is not the best strategy.
  8. The fans don't decide shit because we're clueless...who cares how comfortable some schmuck feels, if Jordan is one best players he will make the team. When fans blame Jordan for Burrow getting hurt they show how clueless they are, the real blame lies on the front office and coaching staff. Jordan wasn't given the coaching he needed to compete because Taylor fired Pollack to hire his father-in-law's screw up buddy only to fire him and rehire Pollack after the franchise QB gets hurt behind an awful offensive line, nothing screams incompetence more rehiring someone you fired and 6 wins in 2 seasons. Also, the coaching staff called too many pass plays which increased the chances of injury. While no one could have foreseen a severe injury, Bengals fans have worried about Burrow’s health thanks to a combination of poor offensive line play and one of the most pass-heavy offenses in football. Despite being a rookie, Burrow dropped back more than any other quarterback in the NFL, averaging an absurd 41.1 pass attempts per game, the most in the league. He was on pace to set the record for pass attempts by a rookie by more than 30 attempts (currently held by former Colts QB Andrew Luck). Yet he was getting sacked on 8.0 percent of his dropbacks, the seventh-highest number in the league. Coming into Week 11, Pro Football Focus graded the Bengals 26th in pass blocking, and ESPN ranked them 28th in pass-block win rate. Per ESPN, the Bengals have been able to hold off opposing pass rushers for at least 2.5 seconds (what they call a “win” as a pass-blocking unit) on just 50 percent of the team’s snaps. Coming into the game, Burrow had taken 72 hits—a historically high number: https://www.theringer.com/2020/11/22/21590357/joe-burrow-bengals-injury-rookie-quarterback WFT has the best d line in the NFL and Jordan was getting pushed around all game, a competent coaching staff would call less pass plays to protect the franchise from injury or put in someone else. Which leads to the front office that did a horrible job of putting enough quality players on the field. Jordan was a day 3 pick that had Jim Turner has his position coach since he came into the NFL...not exactly the ideal situation for success against the best of the best. Jordan knows he needs to improve, he feels like shit for what happened to JB, and he's doing everything he can to ensure this never happens again. Placing all of the blame for Burrow's injury solely on him is ridiculous and ignorant.
  9. Well, Covid-19 affected plenty of players and now things are more normal than it was 12 months ago.
  10. I think he made a million dollars......atleast he didn't get knocked out
  11. "Hubert is an excellent college rusher who has filled up the stat sheet in the Big 12. Since 2019, Hubert has racked up 98 pressures, 20 QB hits, and 17 sacks. He plays with a relentless motor and good play strength. His weapon of choice is a strong bull rush. He earned a 90.7 pass-rush grade from Pro Football Focus while producing a pass-rush win rate of 19.3%, well above-average." https://www.si.com/nfl/seahawks/gm-report/seahawks-2021-draft-profile-wyatt-hubert
  12. https://www.bringonthecats.com/kansas-state-football/2021/4/27/22403855/kansas-state-wyatt-hubert-draft-profile Great read on Hubert, ultimately it compares him to Rob Nicovich, best case scenario. He's an under rated athlete with short arms, 30 inches, that plays with his hair on fire. He's going to have to get some counter moves if he's going to have a long career. If Hubert is used in a hybrid DE/LB role, similar to Ossai, he can have success early in his career in certain situations. Also, I think he's a core special teams guy becauseof his motor and reported love of the game, I can see him blocking a punt or causing fumbles on returns.
  13. I don't know about that, he got knocked down and out classed. His opponent was going for a knock out and almost got it.
  14. Impressive afro, I want to see what he does once the helmets come out.
  15. Winning is the best cologne, if they win free agents will come. Just like Green Bay, Farve showed he could win and free agents got on board.
  16. They're run by a moron and a charlatan, the results are expected.
  17. When are you going to update the Whodeyian Chronicles with Burrow, that pretender Palmer needs to be replaced?
  18. Yeah, he had 8 receptions for 89 yards and 1 TD before he got hurt in the second game of the season. He was on pace for 64/688/8 before he suffered a season ending injury. He caught Burrow's first TD and he's working out with him right now, he's not going anywhere.
  19. Lol... Why would anyone want to play with a weight belt on, have you ever played football?
  20. Morgan Moses is available, I would take a look see for depth/competition. Adding a vet like Moses would sure up this offensive line.
  21. Here's another gem...he's decent college coach. No way he's coaching grown men like that, atleast not successfully.
  22. Here's a great video of Turner coaching them up.... After watching this video it's obvious this guy is a hack....can't believe Taylor hired him and fired Frank Pollack.
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