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  1. Tom Brady's career ends this season. Tampa Bay will not make the playoffs. Tom Brady will be sacked 30+ times in just 10 total games. Tom Brady will miss at least 6 games due to injuries from being hit so many times. Tampa Bay's best O-Lineman, G Ali Marpet, 2021 Pro Bowler, retired. Tampa Bay's other Starting Guard, Alex Cappa, signed with the Cincinnati Bengals. Tampa Bay's starting Center, Ryan Jensen, suffered a season-ending knee injury this week. With scrubs equal to what the Bengals had last season for Burrow, Brady will be running for his life and dumping the ball off on short passes the entire season to open or not open Receivers. They won't have a running game. They won't have time to throw long passes, one thing that's already an issue for Brady. Tom Brady will not survive this season.
  2. We just paid to protect Joe Burrow. That's going to have to continue during Burrow's career. He's 100 times more important than Bates, so his O-Linemen need to be paid. Just can't pay a Safety with one exceptional season out of four (and one exceptional post-season) Top-10 money, yet we offered Bates' Top-5 and he's turning it down. We have to move on.
  3. Let's not fool anyone here. Joe Burrow is the leader of this team, not Bates. There are plenty who will step up as leaders on the Defense if Bates is not here. Leaders don't put themselves as more important than the team.
  4. "Mommy! Mommy! Mommy!" "The kids are picking on me!" "They're calling me baby names! Tell them to stop!" "Waaaaaaaaahhh!" From NBC Sports: NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Cardinals have removed the "independent study" clause from Kyler Murray's contract extension.
  5. ...to reminisce what it would have been like to win an AFC Championship game there on a visiting team.
  6. https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-safety-rankings-tiers-2022 Kevin Byard has been a prototypical free safety since he was a draft prospect. He is coming off a season with a career-high 90.4 overall PFF grade and a 90.9 coverage grade. That marked his third career 80.0-plus coverage grade, and it was also the third time he was aligned at free safety for more than 600 snaps over a season. Antoine Winfield Jr. may be entering only his third year in the league, but he hit the ground running for a Super Bowl team and then backed that up with an 86.1 PFF grade that ranked second in the league last year. Winfield is a playmaker and exceptionally good in coverage, where his ability to read the play quickly really comes to the fore. Marcus Williams signed a big free agent deal this offseason and has been incredibly consistent in the NFL at a position where consistently high-end play is hard to come by. Jessie Bates III is only a year removed from a 90.1 PFF grade and a truly elite season for the Bengals. That season brought forth his best career PFF grade by more than 10 grading points, although the campaigns on either side of it might be why the Bengals have seemed reluctant to hand him a monster new contract. Similarly, Justin Simmons’ 90.7 PFF grade from 2019 represents his career-high by more than 10 grading points. Both players have shown elite upside and play, but they haven’t been able to maintain that peak for as long as some others.
  7. No, we wouldn't be ghosts to each other because Defense is reactionary, while Offense is all about timing. They can do it with their eyes closed as every body is supposed to be where they are supposed to be based on repetitive reps and timing.
  8. Seriously, the camoflage of the white uniforms in the snow will be so incredible that the league will ban them. Bengals will look like ghosts to the opponents in the snow.
  9. Took these two in July of 2015. Which one looks more likely to do well playing football?
  10. In response to your "Toughest One",... So last season, currently unsigned, future HOF Jason Peters ranked 22nd by PFF among all Tackles in the NFL, while missing only 2 games. Peters has recently stated that he's staying in shape, would be willing to Start or mentor to younger players, and is ready to give it a go for another season. https://twitter.com/SiriusXMNFL/stat...98271337603072 So, here's a guy willing to do anything that just screams LG for the Bengals. Whoever is supposed to play LG can certainly prove they belong over him, but that's highly unlikely to happen. We already have one of our three Free Agent signings coming off of an injury. Rather than waiting for another injury to occur, why not sign Peters now and have him here for the entire training camp? Are the Bengals right now not ready to go all-in to win a Super Bowl? How would signing Peters be any different than the RAMS signing Von Miller? Seems like a no-brainer. Instead of having someone like Bates whining because he's not getting offered an amount of cash that would imbalance to future contracts of Burrow, Higgins, Chase, etc., why not use a small portion of that contract ($12M) and give it to Peters. Pretty certain Peters would come here for the Vet minimum in order to play on this O-Line for our O-Line Coach and this tremendous Offense and Defense. I didn't look it up, but I'm not sure that our current LT was even the 22nd best Tackle overall in the NFL last season. If he was, then he was pretty much right around that mark, so we'd be adding a LG to play alongside our current LT who will probably be just as good as our LT next season.
  11. Kyle, whoever he is, is an idiot. He thinks the Squealers will finish higher than nine AFC teams. He needs to go back to his work Fantasy Football Team where the secretary who guesses wins it all.
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