thezerawkid

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  1. Not that you aren't making a good point, but, yeah, you can leave now.
  2. Dude, you are slaying. Leaving nothing hanging.
  3. Derision and drama are also good for ratings and, in turn, margins. Just look at television these days.
  4. Wait, why doesn't she get to decide to press charges?
  5. Damn, man, I couldn't agree more. Its so hyped and so hyperbolic and it's generally a goddamned vacuum. It's the same shit over and over again.
  6. Yeah, there's a reason that instead of being drafted in the top half of the first round we got him as a supplemental pick. The NFL didn't paint the target on him, but they have sought to intensify it.
  7. Yeah, man. Plead the fifth.
  8. Will he want one? He's got to know patience is wearing thin with him and the post season ineptitude...his very own patience might be nearing an end, who knows?
  9. Totally with you. I just think that we have our part time number two and/or nickel back guy on the roster already. Quality secondary depth can be iffy. He knows the system. He was fairly measured and in check last season, even though his play took a bit of a hit. Unless you have a sure fire upgrade or guy where there will be no drop off, you don't cut him.
  10. Who knows enough about this guy to give a scouting report?
  11. Subjectivity aside, do we have his replacement on the roster? If not, are we going to?
  12. Whatever, on a good day he's still pretty darn good. On a not so good day he's serviceable as a third CB.
  13. I think, at some point, we all have to admit that it's time to wait and see what determination the court makes. He hasn't been found guilty of anything and if the court shows leniency, what does it hurt if we have another experienced, formerly outstanding defensive back?
  14. Didn't see it linked anywhere yet. Nothing earth-shattering here and I am sure we have all discussed it plenty and it may be the one thing we are closest to consensus on, but still, it's nice to hear that Marvin may be coming to terms with his Cincinnati coaching mortality. A little bit. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/19095719/cincinnati-bengals-coach-marvin-lewis-anticipate-contract-extension-season