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High School Harry last won the day on December 10 2018

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  1. High School Harry


    Has Meow left the building?
  2. High School Harry

    OC options and then some

    Ummm... what valuable HC experience will be be able to lend?
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  4. On the way to the stadium last game there was a four car police escort, motorcycles all the trimmings, lights flashing, stopping traffic, etc. on 3rd street (I think). I got the stink eye from a motorcycle cop as I trundled across the street but I was there first and in a crosswalk with the walk light for me. The car they were escorting was a black Chevrolet SUV with dark tinted windows. The street vendor on the corner said it was Mike Brown and if you can't take the word of a street vendor, who can you trust?
  5. High School Harry

    Turk Schonert has passed

    Gee-off Hobslobber would be proud. Or pissed that he didn't use it first. But he probably will, anyway.
  6. High School Harry

    2019 Draft Talk

    I'm taking Devin White off my Christmas list. Don't think he will last to 11. Now the Bengals draft has become like placing an order at the Norwood White Castle and waiting for the sliders.
  7. High School Harry

    Turk Schonert has passed

    https://sports.yahoo.com/report-turk-schonert-dies-age-214922688.html Former NFL quarterback Turk Schonert has died at the age of 62, Joe Danneman of Cincinnati’s FOX 19 News reports. Schonert’s birthday was Tuesday. Schonert played nine seasons in the NFL, spending eight seasons in Cincinnati and one season in Atlanta. He went 7-5 as a starter, passing for 3,788 yards, 11 touchdowns and 20 interceptions. Schonert’s final season was 1989. He spent several years as an assistant coach in various leagues, including 13 in the NFL.
  8. High School Harry

    2019 Draft Talk

    https://www.cincyjungle.com/2019/1/17/18186805/2019-nfl-mock-draft-mel-kiper-1-0-bengals-lions-49ers-florida-gators-football Kiper's Latest Mock... Now a few days beyond the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the 2019 NFL Draft, the talent pool for April’s draft is officially set. The biggest factor that’s been solidified this week is how defensive-heavy the top 10 seems to be looking. The strength of this year’s draft class appears to be on the defensive line, with a few players in the back seven vying to be a high pick as well. In Mel Kiper Jr.’s first mock draft of the year, he has seven defenders going in the top 10 in front of the Cincinnati Bengals, who pick 11th. One of those defenders is linebacker Devin White, who Kiper has going eighth to the Detroit Lions. Other well-known names such as Jonah Williams, Dwayne Haskins and Cody Ford also found themselves gone before the Bengals were on the clock. Kiper decided to mock the Bengals with the third offensive tackle to come off the board: Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida Gators The Bengals have missed on a few offensive linemen in the draft in recent years, and there’s still a hole at right tackle. That’s where Taylor would slot in. He took a huge step forward playing on the right side in 2018, though there’s still mixed opinion from people I trust in the league. Taylor is raw, but he has the tools to be a premier road grader in the running game. The Bengals have missed on more than a few offensive lineman in recent years, but the sentiment is clear: the offensive line still needs work. The biggest hole remains at right tackle with what they have there now, and addressing the position in the first round seems logical. But is Taylor worth that pick? As a true junior, Taylor finished his third season starting for the Florida Gators and was the only freshman to start on their offensive line back in 2016. He’s played most of his collegiate career at right tackle, so he wouldn’t have to make an adjustment if he were to be drafted by Cincinnati. But there’s a reason why the NFL scouts Kiper contacted are mixed about Taylor. He is most definitely raw and is more of a projection than anything, especially compared to his fellow SEC pass protector Williams from Alabama. Listed at 6’5” and just around 330 pounds, Taylor has tremendous size already for such a young player and his athleticism for that size is ultimately what’s going to attract the team that drafts him. The bigger question will be if teams feel he is ready to start right away. For the Bengals’ situation, a plug-and-play option at the right tackle position is most definitely preferable considering their current options are just plain bad at the position. But that might no be feasible unless Williams falls out of the top 10, which could still happen. I look forward to personally evaluating Taylor myself in the coming weeks, as Kiper may not be the last person to link him to the Bengals. For what it’s worth, Kiper has Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Kyler Murray going two picks later to the Dolphins, if you’re hoping Cincinnati takes that gamble. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: We need a player not a project. No more Marvin Lewis red shirts. If this is the guy, could we trade down and still get him? Or trade up for White?
  9. High School Harry

    OC options and then some

    https://www.cincinnati.com/story/sports/nfl/bengals/2019/01/16/tracking-cincinnati-bengals-offensive-defensive-coordinator-hires/2591506002/ Who will Cincinnati Bengals hire as offensive and defensive coordinator? | Live updates Fletcher Page, Cincinnati EnquirerPublished 11:12 a.m. ET Jan. 16, 2019 | Updated 5:04 p.m. ET Jan. 16, 2019 All has been quiet on the Cincinnati Bengals coordinator front since it was reported Zac Taylor would fill the head coaching position to lead the franchise into the future. Taylor can't officially be announced until the Los Angeles Rams are eliminated from the playoffs. But the offensive and defensive coordinator positions, vital for a 35-year-old entering his first job as head coach, can be filled. The latest The Detroit Lions hired Darrell Bevell as offensive coordinator on Wednesday. The former Seattle Seahawks OC was reported earlier this week to be in the running to join future coach Zac Taylor's staff with the Bengals. The Bengals and offensive line coach Frank Pollackparted ways earlier this week. That leaves quarterbacks coach Alex Van Pelt and wide receivers coach Bob Bicknell as the only offensive position coaches remaining from Marvin Lewis' staff. Special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons, secondary coach Robert Livingstonand cornerbacks coach Daronte Jones also remain. Offensive coordinator Bill Lazor and special assistant Hue Jackson were among those let go last week. Offensive coordinator candidates New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo adjusts his headset during the second quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs at MetLife Stadium. (Photo: Brad Penner, USA TODAY Sports) Ben McAdoo Age: 41 Current job: Unemployed this past season. Experience: 22 years; New York Giants head coach from 2016-17; served in various roles for the Saints, Packers, 49ers and Giants. Bengals connections: None. Zac Taylor connections: None. Green Bay Packers head coach Mike Sherman watches his team during the third quarter of their game against the Detroit Lions in 2000. (Photo: Dale Guldan) Mike Sherman Age: 64 Current job: went 5-13 in 2018 as head coach of the Montreal Alouettes in the Canadian Football League. Experience: 40 years; head coach of the Green Bay Packers from 2000-05; head coach at Texas A&M from 2008-11; various roles for the Packers, Texans, Seahawks and Dolphins. Bengals connections: None. Zac Taylor connections: He's Taylor's father-in-law and hired Taylor to work as a graduate assistant on his staff at Texas A&M from 2008-11; Taylor served as assistant quarterbacks coach for the Miami Dolphins while Sherman was OC. Jun 4, 2018; Thousand Oaks, CA, USA; Los Angeles Rams pass game coordinator Shane Waldron during organized team activities at Cal Lutheran University. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports (Photo: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports) Shane Waldron Age: 39 Current job: Los Angeles Rams tight ends coach/passing game coordinator. Experience: 13 years; served in various roles with the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams. Bengals connections: None. Zac Taylor connections: They worked on Sean McVay's staff together the past two seasons. They said it: “I think Shane has given us a whole lot more than a passing game coordinator. I think the leadership that he provides, the steady force as far as just a great demeanor, a great presence, somebody that I can certainly learn from.” – Sean McVay, to Detroit Lions media in November 2018. Defensive coordinator candidates (Photo: The Associated Press) Jack Del Rio Age: 55 Current job: Unemployed last season. Experience: 20 years; Oakland Raiders head coach from 2015-17; Jacksonville Jaguars head coach 2003-11; Broncos defensive coordinator 2012-14; Panthers defensive coordinator 2002; various roles for Saints and Ravens. Bengals connections: None. Zac Taylor connections: None. Chicago Bears head coach John Fox during the second half against the San Francisco 49ers at Soldier Field. (Photo: Mike DiNovo, USA TODAY Sports) John Fox Age: 63 Current job: ESPN analyst. Experience: Chicago Bears head coach 2015-17; Denver Broncos head coach 2011-14; Carolina Panthers head coach 2002-10; Giants defensive coordinator 1997-2001; various roles for Rams, Raiders, Chargers and Stealers. Bengals connections: None. Zac Taylor connections: None. Robert Livingston (left) is now an assistant defensive backs coach for the Bengals. (Photo: File/Cara Owsley) Robert Livingston Age: 33 Current job: Cincinnati Bengals safeties coach. Experience: four years; various roles for the Bengals. Bengals connections: served as a Bengals scout from 2012-14; special teams assistant coach, defensive quality control coach in 2015; assistant defensive backs coach in 2016; secondary coach 2017-18. Zac Taylor connections: None. Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier watches as his team plays the Philadelphia Eagles at Mall of America Field at H.H.H. Metrodome in December of 2013. (Photo: Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports) Leslie Frazier Age: 59 Current job: Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator. Experience: 30 years; Minnesota Vikings head coach from 2011-13; Buccaneers, Bills, Colts, Bengals defensive coordinator; various roles for the Eagles and Ravens. Bengals connections: served as Bengals defensive coordinator from 2003-04. Zac Taylor connections: None. Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers is shown before their game against the Detroit Lions on Dec. 31, 2017, at Ford Field in Detroit. (Photo: Mark Hoffman/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) Dom Capers Age: 68 Current job: Unemployed last season. Experience: 46 years; Carolina Panthers head coach 1995-98; Houston Texans head coach 2002-05; Packers defensive coordinator 2009-17; various roles for Patriots, Dolphins, Jaguars, Stealers and Saints. Bengals connections: Served as Pittsburgh Stealers defensive coordinator from 1992-94. Zac Taylor connections: None. (Photo: The Associated Press) John Pagano Age: 51 Current job: Houston Texans senior defensive assistant/outside linebackers. Experience: 29 years; defensive coordinator for Raiders, Chargers; various roles for Saints, Colts, Chargers and Texans. Bengals connections: None. Zac Taylor connections: None. Rex Ryan went 65-68 in eight combined years with the Bills and Jets. (Photo: Mark Konezny, USA TODAY Sports) Rex Ryan Age: 56 Current job: ESPN analyst. Experience: 30 years; New York Jets head coach 2009-14; Buffalo Bills head coach 2015-16; Ravens defensive coordinator; various roles for Ravens, Cardinals, Kansas State, Oklahoma and UC. Bengals connections: University of Cincinnati defensive coordinator from 1996-97. Zac Taylor connections: None. In this June 8, 2017, file photo, New Orleans Saints linebackers coach Mike Nolan walks on the field during NFL football practice in Metairie. Nolan, who has been coaching in the NFL since 1987, is in his first year as New Orleans’ linebackers coach. He is trying to help improve a Saints defense that ranked 27th last season. (Photo: AP) Mike Nolan Age: 59 Current job: New Orleans Saints linebackers coach. Experience: 39 years; San Francisco 49ers head coach from 2005-08; defensive coordinator for the Broncos, Giants, Redskins, Jets, Ravens, Dolphins, Falcons; linebackers coach for Broncos, Chargers and Saints. Bengals connections: None. Zac Taylor connections: None. 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  10. High School Harry

    OC options and then some

    https://bengalswire.usatoday.com/2019/01/16/bengals-miss-coordinator-target-darrell-bevell-hired-lions/ Darrell Bevell to Lions (I posted elsewhere but not sure where to post. Sorry.)
  11. High School Harry

    Coaching Staff 2019 Changes as they come

    https://bengalswire.usatoday.com/2019/01/16/bengals-miss-coordinator-target-darrell-bevell-hired-lions/ Darrell Bevell to Lions Another one bites the dust.
  12. High School Harry

    OC options and then some

    https://www.yahoo.com/sports/eddie-faulkner-set-Stealers-running-221004252.html FWIW some putz named Eddie Faulkner named Squeelers running backs coach.
  13. High School Harry

    Uniform change

    I think its much too late to begin the process of uniform changes for this season. Besides, Mike Brown would go nuts with all the unsold old jerseys, etc. in the pro shop.
  14. High School Harry

    OC options and then some

    We are falling way behind in the coaching hire category with having to wait for the Chiefs to be out of the post season games. May have to wait until after the Stupor Bowl. Not good. Unless he has some solid possibilities in mind, could get ugly with looking at left overs. Don't know his contacts or connection to possible hires but with hiring coaches and them all getting in line for the draft is going to be crunch time. And, yes, Cleveland is getting stronger. Some excellent young players and now coaches who look like they weren't recruited out of Ringling Brothers, Baunum and Bailey Enterprises.

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