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UncleEarl

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  1. The problem with signing him is the Bengals don't look for a receiving TE for the future. It also limits another player's snaps in preseason and practice. You know, the player that will be playing come week 6 when Eifert is out for the year again?
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    Burfict released

    This, except the last sentence.
  3. Suggests to me that Dalton has zero faith in Ross to do anything right, which is the real issue with the guy.
  4. This is a big part of it. Mike Brown doesn't overpay for FAs unless it's his own players. With that in mind, why would a FA sign in Cincinnati? If you can get the same $$ with a team that actually wins why be a Bengal? Hell, they still have no indoor practice facility here! Marvin Lewis was here how long? You think players and agents don't know this stuff? Yeah, maybe the new HC can bring in a player or two that he has a relationship with, but I wouldn't expect much.
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    Bengals DC

    As mentioned in the article above this could be all about money. Taylor very well may have a coaching budget, sounds very Mikey like, and may not have a lot left for a DC. A very Bengals thing to happen.
  6. No. They need to draft a TE. Eifert will only take practice snaps away from a young TE until he again is injured. Move on.
  7. As much as it pains me to say it, Belichick won that SB, or McVay lost it. Rams have superior personnel, but with two weeks to prepare you aren't going to run your same old shit on New England. LA needed new wrinkles to keep NE off balance. They had none.
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    Chad Johnson

    Met the man once. He was as cool as you would expect him to be. Today's WRs wear sticky gloves so they can have hands like Curtis had.
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    The Burfict Poll

    Can't believe some are still arguing about the Burfict hit on Brown. Let it go. While they're at it Burfict should be let go as well. When he was one of the top LBs in the league you could put up with his penalties, dirty plays, and other boneheaded issues with the hope he would smarten up. That never happened. Now he's slow and ineffective while still getting suspended and is a penalty magnet. Right or wrong, he is a bad LB at this point. Throw in that he is also the wrong kind of team leader and that should seal the deal.
  10. It's called, Mike Brown is an asshole, so we will stick it to him any chance we get.
  11. Yeah, but they also want to know that the Owner/GM will work to fill deficiencies in talent through the draft AND free agency. They want to know they have appropriate facilities to run a NFL franchise. They want to know if the team does a good job scouting and preparing for the draft. Sure, Mike Brown will give you time, but he won't give you the tools to get the job done.
  12. Ain't gonna happen while Mikey Boy is alive.
  13. McDaniels says, nah...not even worth talking with Mike Brown. https: https://twitter.com/MikeGarafolo/status/1080832468389896193 // https://twitter.com/MikeGarafolo/status/1080832468389896193 t <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">If you’re wondering when Josh McDaniels’ interview with the <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Bengals?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#Bengals</a> is happening, it apparently won’t. Source says McDaniels is passing on Cincy’s request.</p>&mdash; Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) <a href="https://twitter.com/MikeGarafolo/status/1080832468389896193?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">January 3, 2019</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script> witter.com/MikeGarafolo/status/1080832468389896193
  14. Not sure about Oakland, but no way did Hue get a raw deal in Cleveland. By all reports Hue had plenty of input on draft picks, so he doesn't get a pass there. The way the team turned around as soon as Hue left the building and the shade thrown by his ex-players says all you need to know. Hue was part of the problem with meltdowns in the locker room. Jackson may have a good football mind, but his leadership abilities are highly dubious. Cleveland obviously wasn't as bad as they were playing for Hue Jackson. He blew as a HC and only a fool would give him another chance.

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