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  1. 11 hours ago, UncleEarl said:


    KC was injured too.  Down to three WR, none of which were starters.  Defensive backfield was all banged up and mostly rookies.  Top LB went out in the middle of the game. 


    Depth is important.  KC had guys who stepped in and got the job done.  The Bengals did not. 

    They lost by 3 points.  What an absolute total dereliction of duty!😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  2. 3 hours ago, Kingspoint said:

    Christian McCaffery is available and the Panthers are willing to take on part of his 2023 salary to make a deal work. The contract: https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/carolina...caffery-21749/

    The acquisition of Marshall Faulk is what made "The Greatest Show on Turf" work. Bengals have all the pieces except for the Runningback.

    What the Panthers want are something the Bengals' Mike Brown has never ever been willing to give up....draft picks, and it's going to take at least one 1st Rounder.

    You have to trade Mixon away the same day to keep the peace in the lockerroom. But, what an upgrade!!!!

    The rest of the AFC would be scared to death with Chase, Higgins, Boyd, Hurst and McCaffery, all getting throws from Burrow.

    Get 'er done!


  3. 8 hours ago, High School Harry said:


    Gloom and Doom from the local press (Cincinnati Enquirer) ☝️ Don't shoot the messenger.

    1. NFL prediction: Cincinnati Bengals at Dallas Cowboys

    The Bengals’ offense flat out wasn’t ready to play in the opener, and facing Dallas on the road isn’t exactly the ideal game for Joe Burrow and Co. to get things fully on track.

    The Cowboys’ defense is every bit as good as Pittsburgh’s, if not better. The Stealers recorded seven sacks and forced five turnovers against Cincinnati. Dallas led the NFL in takeaways last season, and linebacker Micah Parsons might be the best pass rusher in the league.

    Parsons sacked Tom Brady twice in the Cowboys’ 19-3 loss last Sunday. Parsons will move around, looking to exploit weaknesses in the Bengals' rebuilt offensive line. The offensive line may end up being better this season, but it’s probably going to take more than a few games for the unit to gel.No one expects Burrow to throw four interceptions like he did in the opener. But he won't be able to fully settle in until the line shows improvement. And Burrow will have to contend with the best ball-hawking cornerback in the NFL. Trevon Diggs led the NFL in interceptions last year.

    Why so down on the Bengals? After all, Dallas will be without quarterback Dak Prescott and the Cowboys’ offense was even worse than Cincinnati’s in the opener.But Dallas has the better defense, and the Cowboys will have homefield advantage. The Bengals are 1-6 all-time in Dallas, with the win coming in 1988.

    The Bengals will lose, 17-16.

    If that prediction comes to fruition, will it be time to panic? Not at all. The Bengals’ offense will get going soon. It just needs more time after Burrow missed half of training camp, and the first-team offense didn’t get any time on the field in preseason games.

    Remember, the Bengals sputtered out of the gate last year after taking it easy in the preseason. They narrowly escaped the opener with a three-point overtime home win against the mediocre Minnesota Vikings. Cincinnati then laid an egg on the road in Week 2, losing 20-17 against a bad Chicago Bears team.

    That boy is stupid as shit!!  BURROW was Mad as Shit after Last week and he's gonna beat the Cowboys like a Bass Drum at an HBCU Halftime performance!!  😂😂

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  4. 18 hours ago, UncleEarl said:

    Same shit, different players.  


    They haven't played together.  That was there first time under live fire, and it was against one of the Better Dlines in the league.  That is My only bitch, they should have played at least a Quarter together in each of the last two preseason games.  You've gotta be beside each other under live fire to figure out what happens when it's real!!  But the Athletes are there, they just have to gel.

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  5. 49 minutes ago, High School Harry said:

    Pissing Arrogant Aaron Donald off so much that he, Donald, beat him over the head with a helmet is good enough for me.

    Voltron earned it whereas Flounder Carman had it handed to him and couldn't keep it.


    I'm wondering if Spain is damaged goods somehow.


    I really hope we can trade Carman in that a fresh start elsewhere would be a good thing for him.

    Would love to get a good look at Leatherwood via the same fresh start philosophy if we would not have to absorb his entire contract hit.

    I think he has the potential (hate that word) to be a strong first man off the bench along the O line and we still have

    some borderline characters on it as of now.


    Disclaimer... I am wrong far more often than I am right.


    I doubt it.  My guess is that if they want to sign him, they will do it after the first game,  Right now, his Minimum Salary is 1.12 million, which would be guaranteed if he's on the roster for the first game.  if they sign him in week 2, then its a game to game contract.

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