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  1. 2018 Bengalzone Premier League

    Best post in the last week !!!
  2. Holy shit, new Alice in Chains. I thought the first single was good, but I love this one. Dark, heavy, all the things I've loved about AIC. That riff makes me want to go punch people in the face. "So Far Under" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qusV7bKsrAE
  3. Mike Brown Thought of the Day

    "Alright men, I thought I would take some time to share a favorite quote of mine from Harry Truman. Old "Give'em Hell Harry" himself." "If you can't convince them, confuse them" "Yep, have had that gem hanging in my home office since I took over in 1991"
  4. Auden Tate, WR - 7th Round

    Obviously, one is slower and one is faster and I get that. My point is that with the naked eye, you cannot tell the difference unless they are running next to each other. Since a player like Tate, a redzone matchup nightmare, isn't going to be expected to be the guy to "take the top off", what difference does it make ?? I don't really care that the 6'1 CB can run a 4.3 forty. That big 6'5 frame going up top to grab a ball is going to have the advantage. The question still remains on whether the coaches think he's better than they currently have. Malone has speed as well and Erickson is a pro bowl level returner. Come to think of it, GapControl might be onto something with Core, but the coaches have always loved the guy. Maybe new coaches change the past line of thought...
  5. Auden Tate, WR - 7th Round

    There are plenty of “slow” WR’s in the league. I think slow isn’t really fair though. If Tate ran in the 4.4’s how high would he have gone ?? Now ask yourself if you can watch two guys run a 40 and tell the difference between 4.4 and 4.6 ??
  6. Auden Tate, WR - 7th Round

    C'mon now Stripes. We both know that will never and I mean NEVER happen. That dude will be a lock to make the roster for 3 more years minimum, regardless of how fans feel. In all fairness, he was hurt. The way I see it is, the front office should have known better than to take him at #9 with his injury history. However, if he truly comes back at 100% and that speed creates the problems for defenses they hope, most won't be complaining. I'll reserve judgment until then. Tate equals practice squad (to be plucked) unless they cut LaFell and carry 7 WR's. Injuries would be the only other way.
  7. Auden Tate, WR - 7th Round

    I really love the look of this kid and can’t wait to see him during preseason. That being said, it’s still a really tough group to crack. Green, Ross, Boyd, LaFell, Malone, Core and Erickson That’s 7 already and should they happen to cut LaFell (which they never do) that would still be hoping they carry 7 WR’s at all. None of the other guys are going anywhere, nor should they. Minus injury it will be a struggle for him regardless of how much praise he gets. In regards to TE, I see the same thing. Eifert, Kroft and Uzomah, along with 3 others and the international guy, Bohringer that was a WR and is being carried as a TE. Still rooting for Tate though...
  8. 2018 season

    Happy Independence Day !!! Because freedom bitches !!!
  9. 2018 season

    Maybe Alexander did screw up Ogbuehi. Maybe he just sucks fat balls. Maybe a combination of both. At this point I’m more hopeful for what we get from Fisher. If Ogbuehi gives more I will be shocked. He’s literally done nothing but suck.
  10. 2018 season

    I could rattle off a LOOOOONG list of things the Bengals are "due" to have happen to them. An offensive lineman coming in and providing an upgrade is certainly one of them.
  11. 2018 season

    Yeah, have to think if there was a time to draft a Center in the first round with plans to have him start week one, the timing with the hiring of a new o-line coach is pretty fortunate. He will be learning just like everyone else and ensure he's right there with the guys that have been here more than a few months. I'm looking forward to seeing Price play.
  12. 2018 season

    Happy that Price will be good to go for camp. Seriously happy. What that line could have been had they just found a way to keep Zeitler. Or should I say value the OG position...
  13. I’d have to go with Whit and Zeitler. One was the type of leader they seem to talk about, except Whit was actually good as well. Zeitler was a 1st round pick that should have solidified the online for years to come. They let proven leadership and pro bowl level continuity walk out the door. Just stupid not to make sure you don’t lose both of them. Jones and Sanu bugged me, but when you look at the production of their replacements, most people wouldn’t believe it was basically a wash. Not to say I wouldn’t have rathered they kept at least one of them as well, but it didn’t hurt in the same manner.
  14. 2018 season

    You are the only one that can use the tickets as well. If you can’t go, there’s no selling them or even giving them away. However, for the price, it’s hard to go wrong. Missing those games won’t hurt in the grand scheme of things. Still not doing it....
  15. I hear a lot of "IF's" when talking about Ogboogie becoming a player capable of rising beyond the level of "turd sandwich". "IF" Pollack can make that happen, a succession plan to head coach should be put in place. Honestly, I already completely wrote Ogboogie off. Haven't thought about him in a while. Can Pollack reach out to the LB's as well ??
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