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3 hours ago, High School Harry said:

Thursday

May 14, 2020

12:10 PM EST

 

Joe Burrow still not signed.

Nothing new to report.

 

Carry on

He is just like Akile.  Holding out and will be a bust.  :ninja:

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4 hours ago, I_C_Deadpeople said:

Akili was not even good enough to be a bust

I remember drafting him and thought fuck no..

I guess we were right about him..

Ive hated  Oregon or Oregon St.qbs since then..

 Justin Herbert included.

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2 hours ago, Passepartout said:

Maybe it is his agent that is trying to get him on a deal that rivals Tua from the Fins!

Jb is slotted at 37mil as the first pick..

Tua at 5 is at 30mil..

The only negotiation would be guaranteed money..

That is probably set in stone too ..

Or close...

 

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5 hours ago, claptonrocks said:

Jb is slotted at 37mil as the first pick..

Tua at 5 is at 30mil..

The only negotiation would be guaranteed money..

That is probably set in stone too ..

Or close...

 

Exactly.  There is little negotiation for rookies.  They get what they are slotted to get.

 

 

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On 5/14/2020 at 12:09 PM, High School Harry said:

Thursday

May 14, 2020

12:10 PM EST

 

Joe Burrow still not signed.

Nothing new to report.

 

Carry on

He probably won't sign.

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15 hours ago, claptonrocks said:

I remember drafting him and thought fuck no..

I guess we were right about him..

Ive hated  Oregon or Oregon St.qbs since then..

 Justin Herbert included.

I remember Collinsworth slobbering all over Akili on 700 WLW saying "it was the right pick". 

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9 hours ago, claptonrocks said:

Jb is slotted at 37mil as the first pick..

Tua at 5 is at 30mil..

The only negotiation would be guaranteed money..

That is probably set in stone too ..

Or close...

 

1st Round contracts are guaranteed, that is why being pick 33 sucks.     About the only thing negotiable is when he gets the signing bonus money paid which was what held up Joey Bosa from signing with San Diego. 

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22 hours ago, I_C_Deadpeople said:

Akili was not even good enough to be a bust

For those who have forgotten, and why wouldn't they, Akili had a career completion pct. of 46.6%,  and 13 INTs vs. 5 TDs, all of which led to sparkling 52.8 QB Rating (which seems too high, given his performance).

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8 hours ago, Duluoz said:

For those who have forgotten, and why wouldn't they, Akili had a career completion pct. of 46.6%,  and 13 INTs vs. 5 TDs, all of which led to sparkling 52.8 QB Rating (which seems too high, given his performance).

I think below bust is 'unmitigated disaster'. 

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1 hour ago, WRAPradio said:

Didn't he win his first start?  Cleveland maybe?

The first game I saw at PBS he started against the Dolphins. He played well and we were up  by 10 going into half until the final play. Smith got strip sacked by Jason Taylor and Taylor took the ball into the end zone with no time on the clock.   It was the last time I ever saw Smith look even close to an NFL quality QB. 2nd half was horrific. 

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Jesus, Akili should have NEVER have been drafted in the first rd, period. There were SOOOO many red flags that they just flat out ignored. They got what  they deserved in the end....fuck em. 

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10 hours ago, Duluoz said:

For those who have forgotten, and why wouldn't they, Akili had a career completion pct. of 46.6%,  and 13 INTs vs. 5 TDs, all of which led to sparkling 52.8 QB Rating (which seems too high, given his performance).

That’s bullshit. 5 TDs? Are you sure?

 

Seems way too high...

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13 minutes ago, claptonrocks said:

Thats sad then..5..lol

That means I personally witnessed 20% of Akili’s TDs in person..., awesomeness. 

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11 hours ago, WRAPradio said:

Didn't he win his first start?  Cleveland maybe?

Not sure if it was the first game but he did beat Cleveland and went ape shit

with an exaggerated throat slash celebration giving further proof of what a class

individual he was.  I think that particular gesture was then outlawed by the NFL,

Akillus' only major contribution to professional football.

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The 1999 Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals maybe possibly be the worst draft in the history of all sports.

 

253 Chicago Bears Jim Finn  FB Pennsylvania Ivy from Cleveland [R7 - 12]
  1 3 Cincinnati Bengals Akili Smith  QB Oregon Pac-10  
  2 33 Cincinnati Bengals Charles Fisher  CB West Virginia Big East  
  3 65 Cincinnati Bengals Cory Hall  S Fresno State WAC  
  4 98 Cincinnati Bengals Craig Yeast  WR Kentucky SEC  
  5 135 Cincinnati Bengals Nick Luchey  FB Miami (FL) Big East  
  6 173 Cincinnati Bengals Kelly Gregg  DT Oklahoma Big 12  
  7 209 Cincinnati Bengals Tony Coats  G Washington Pac-10  
  7* 245 Cincinnati Bengals Scott Covington  QB Miami (FL) Big East  
  7^ 249 Cincinnati Bengals Donald Broomfield  DT Clemson ACC  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

               
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
               
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