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Everything posted by kdubdub

  1. I've been here since when JT had the board...been a fan since I could remember. I feel the op. Not jumpin ship but I feel him. Not a fan of either pick because teams aren't built with skill players. All these damn high picks on the outside of the offense. Just tired of bad moves. Every skill player on offense is loaded with 1-3 rounders...wish they valued defense like offense
  2. I'm in Atlanta. He is coming here and that's all sports talk was going on and on about today. He wants to play for a playoff contender and Atl is not that. But, Arthur Blank will roll out to red carpet and the facilities are top notch. Hopefully he sees the better opportunity in cinci.
  3. I enjoyed the movie but I had a big problem with Rey's use of the force. She went from novice to almost killing Kylo Ren. BUT, in that vision she had it looked like she was a youngling...so maybe Luke wiped her mind and they stashed her away so no one would find her. When she said 'use the force' it looked like she was remembering something. Still, her use of the force with a little training is a stretch. Also, fire the design team for death stars because these dudes are 0-5!
  4. Very good. Not an all time classic. I think the deep Star Wars fan will be a little mad about some things. The casual fan will love it.
  5. I hate the 'don't fire him because it could be worse' argument. In Atlanta they say that about Mark Richt all the time (not a uga fan).
  6. It's not arm strength, system, or mechanics. Dalton doesn't have 'IT' on the biggest stage. That unmeasurable magic is not there. The sample set is big enough. He sucks in big games. He was perfect for this franchise 10-20 years ago. Now, I would roll the dice and see what's out there.
  7. Haven't posted in a long while but just wanted to say...   Andy Dalton is a good backup pretending to be a starter.  
  8. Ugly - I think everyone believed the hype and the edge that i saw week 1-3 wasn't there. #1 in power polls. Experts saying how Bengals are a better team and roster...butt kicked from top to bottom Good - this is a timely loss and hopefully reignites a fire in this team. Super ugly - #84
  9. You can never, Jericho....e-e-ever, have too many pass rushers. Makes your whole defense better
  10. We don't have a qb like Seattle. He isn't getting the credit he deserves
  11. He will be but the question is will there be either a) a quality vet backup or b) 1-4th round qb being groomed. They have to decide to pay him or not soon
  12. That man is looking for the ball on any and every route he runs. Even if he is the last option you have to be prepared. He is a phenom, most talented wr beside maybe Megatron, but come on...
  13. Big time players/people show up in big games/toughest times... Don't think that describes Dalton, Marvin Lewis, and it kills me to say it but AJ Green too
  14.   For real...when is the last time you went to a college game?  I live in Atlanta and good luck sitting in an SEC stadium
  15. I'm really excited about Eifert...the more the better.  We needed someone like him and Gio.
  16. Can't wait.  I think he is the final piece that gets this team into the AFC championship game
  17. The one thing we don't have that all the nfl coaches have is the ability to talk to these players and work them out. They have a direct comparison with players on their own roster that they are familiar with and see everyday. So when "insert college star name" isn't picked over "college player you don't know about" there is hours of time that goes into the decision. Lacey wasn't even the best rb on his team...might have been 3rd or 4th with some of Bama's young talent. You give Gio Bama's line and he might have come out with more hype than Reggie Bush.
  18. He is what we need but your looking at ocho 2.0 if he comes here. Marvin can't control this dude. Our hc's track record proves as much.
  19. [quote name='JBandJoeyV' timestamp='1360601269' post='1213894'] Rey is a huge liability in coverage. Lots of LBs are as well but the good ones make up for it with play making abilities. Stuffs, forced fumbles, occasional ints. Rey brings virtually none of that to the table. [/quote] Rey is a thumper. He needs to be inside on a 3-4 base team...knocking heads with guards every down. That is his strength and I always felt he was a bad match for Zimmers D. We had no business drafting him because it was a sexy pick..,not a talent fit pick. the coverage liability is a little over blown. He cant run around with Gronk/Hernandez, Tony G, Gates (when healthy), V Davis, Jimmy Graham, etc (damn that list is starting to get long) but your right...most guys across the league can't. It is a problem because te's are winning around the league.
  20. Do you guys watch other lbs? He is right...Rey is solid 'B'. He is going to do fine in the right system. I remember how people had the same take on Ahmed Brooks. It's all about the system and utilizing someone's strengths
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