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See that the jersey numbers are now listed on bengals.com for all the drafted players, I saw that Joe Mixon is 28? All the interviews and stuff I've been seeing he had number 34 Jersey? In all honesty I like 28 better

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Kochman    64
46 minutes ago, FulcherVulcher33 said:

See that the jersey numbers are now listed on bengals.com for all the drafted players, I saw that Joe Mixon is 28? All the interviews and stuff I've been seeing he had number 34 Jersey? In all honesty I like 28 better

 

Same here. Here is history of #28

 

John Guillory ................... 1969-70

Scott Burk ....................... 1979

Cleotha Montgomery....... 1980

Larry Kinnebrew .............. 1983-87

Harold Green .................. 1990-95

Corey Dillon .................... 1997-2003

Dexter Jackson ............... 2006-08

Bernard Scott .................. 2009-12

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3 hours ago, FulcherVulcher33 said:

Let's hope he can have the same kind of production as a certain man with the initials CD:cool:

And none of the attitude.

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Jason    3,406
1 hour ago, High School Harry said:

And none of the attitude.

 

Seriously.  Except on the field.  Corey always ran with a little bit of an attitude.

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|Dr Tarzan|    370

Kinda of a coinkydink....CD is exactly who he reminded me of watching him run as well as  his nice stiff arm.  Love to see him repeat history.

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16 minutes ago, Dr Tarzan said:

Kinda of a coinkydink....CD is exactly who he reminded me of watching him run as well as  his nice stiff arm.  Love to see him repeat history.

Dillon had the best stiff arm in the history of stiff arms

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-oldschooler-    4,565

Damn, Carl Lawson is only 16 years old?!!! Is that even legal? Haha

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Kochman    64

Ive seen Wilson listed as RB, S and CB. Bengals.com has him listed as a saftey but if you click on his name it says RB.

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VonBlade    623

According to Bernard Scott's Wikipedia page he was the first Bengal to rush for a 100 yards since Dillon in 97.

 

So Rudi just didn't exist then?

 

Yes yes I know, it's Wikipedia. I was just curious as to whatever happened to Bernard Scott.

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T-Dub    5,691
19 hours ago, VonBlade said:

According to Bernard Scott's Wikipedia page he was the first Bengal to rush for a 100 yards since Dillon in 97.

 

So Rudi just didn't exist then?

 

Yes yes I know, it's Wikipedia. I was just curious as to whatever happened to Bernard Scott.

 

Rudi>CD for me.  Punishing runner and seemed like a cool dude.  No drama.  Still can't believe Detroit did him dirty like that.  Stealing a man's luggage wtf is that.

 

Also the last time we had a run game worth talking about.  Him & JJ in the backfield come the 4th Q and the defense would start thinking about that ice tub.

 

On a related note, why did they carry Hewitt last year? For his 2 receptions?

 

 

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DanvilleBengal    103
20 hours ago, T-Dub said:

 

Rudi>CD for me.  Punishing runner and seemed like a cool dude.  No drama.  Still can't believe Detroit did him dirty like that.  Stealing a man's luggage wtf is that.

 

Also the last time we had a run game worth talking about.  Him & JJ in the backfield come the 4th Q and the defense would start thinking about that ice tub.

 

On a related note, why did they carry Hewitt last year? For his 2 receptions?

 

 

I'm pretty sure that Hewitt's official position is TE, but it's more like H-Back/FB, because most of the time he's the lead blocker for Hill and Bernard.   Cincy doesn't want a traditional fullback because it would use up a roster spot, so it goes to Hewlitt for that job.

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PatternMaster    481
On 5/6/2017 at 6:48 PM, VonBlade said:

According to Bernard Scott's Wikipedia page he was the first Bengal to rush for a 100 yards since Dillon in 97.

 

So Rudi just didn't exist then?

 

Yes yes I know, it's Wikipedia. I was just curious as to whatever happened to Bernard Scott.

 

It says Bengals rookie, which is true

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fredtoast    875

Damn you Jake Elliot.  Brandon Wilson was supposed to be #3 so he could be known as BW3 and get a big endorsement deal from Buffalo Wild Wings.

 

BTW I assume Brandon will be listed at safety.  Our coaches did not have much faith in our back up safeties last year.  Smith and Fejedelem rarely saw the field unless someone was injured and at times we even played Shaw at safety instead of either of those two.

 

If Brandon is close to either Smith or Fej as a safety then his return skills could win him a roster spot.

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Jason    3,406
On 5/15/2017 at 11:44 AM, fredtoast said:

Damn you Jake Elliot.  Brandon Wilson was supposed to be #3 so he could be known as BW3 and get a big endorsement deal from Buffalo Wild Wings.

 

BTW I assume Brandon will be listed at safety.  Our coaches did not have much faith in our back up safeties last year.  Smith and Fejedelem rarely saw the field unless someone was injured and at times we even played Shaw at safety instead of either of those two.

 

If Brandon is close to either Smith or Fej as a safety then his return skills could win him a roster spot.

Do they even serve weck anymore?  I rarely look at the menu when I go.

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fredtoast    875

Two of the greatest NFL RBs I ever saw wore #28 (Adrian Peterson, Coery Dillon)

 

I love it.

 

Now I have to go look up who else wore #28.

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fredtoast    875
On 5/17/2017 at 3:50 PM, SooneraBengal said:

 

 

Warrick Dunn....pound for pound one of the toughest players in the history of the league.  Weighed a buck eighty-five and made his living running between the tackles.

 

Marshall Faulk......Hall of Fame badass

 

Butler By'not'e....Led the league in apostrophes twice.

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