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  1. Offensive Line

    Suspended 1 game. https://www.bengals.com/news/cordy-glenn-suspended
  2. Jaguars @ Bengals Pregame Chatter

    In the food for thought department: if you look back at history, the Bengals have actually been fairly quick to axe new coaches who don’t improve on the previous one. In 76, Bill Johnson took over an 11-3 team and went 10-6, 8-6 and was out halfway through the next year. Homer Rice went 4-12 in 79, same record as they had in 78 which started under Johnson, and was gone. Gregg improved the team to 6-10 then went to the SB the next year so he hung around until 7-9 in 83. Wyche improved to 8-8. When he quit/was fired after 3-13 in 91, Shula improved by two games the next year. And of course Lewis went 8-8 after LeBeau’s 2-14 so he got some time. in short, I don’t think it’s just Turners seat that’s hot. no new coach in team history has done anywhere nearly as bad as Taylor relative to the prior regime. None. And he’s not been just bad, but stinking up the joint bad.
  3. Jaguars @ Bengals Pregame Chatter

    Yup, pretty much this. He’s either still hurt and being pushed or doesn’t want to be here, and neither case ever results in good things on the field or in the locker room. The most interesting part of all this to me is the suggestion that there’s some heat coming from the front office (if not, why would coaches, presumably Turner and/or Taylor, push to get an unwell or unwilling Glenn back to work?). I had mostly dismissed the idea that Zac’s seat might be getting warm so soon into his tenure, but maybe it is.
  4. Jaguars @ Bengals Pregame Chatter

    Lol Now all we need is Glenn to say something about how he’d rather be flipping burgers...
  5. Jaguars @ Bengals Pregame Chatter

    Today in things I didn’t see coming but probably should have: https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/10/17/bengals-cordy-glenn-at-odds-over-handling-of-his-concussion/ This will end well (not).
  6. Jaguars @ Bengals Pregame Chatter

    Yup. That’d be our Bengals. Can’t even tank right.
  7. Jaguars @ Bengals Pregame Chatter

    Will wonders never cease?
  8. Time to begin the rebuild

    If you don’t have a franchise QB and you’re in position to take a prospective one — meaning you’re picking in the top 1-3 — I don’t think that there’s any question that you pull that trigger. Now, I also think that if the Bengals aren’t picking in the top 2, both blue-chippers (Tua and Herbert) will be gone. In that case, assuming they’re someplace in picks 3-10, my instinct is trade down. This team isn’t one or two players away. There are several QBs who look like good value mid- to late first round and if you can pick up an extra second and change, or maybe even a 2021 first rounder and change, do it. of course, the problem of who is doing the scouting and drafting remains.
  9. Jaguars @ Bengals Pregame Chatter

    Dennard cleared to practice. https://www.bengals.com/news/dennard-cleared-to-practice
  10. Zach Brown

    As Mikey naps...
  11. Zach Brown

    ANOTHER TRADE! (still not us)
  12. 2nd Round Pick: Drew Sample, TE, Washington

    There’s precious little you can judge about any player on this team right now because it’s just so bad. Even players we know have talent, like Mixon, look terrible. I have no idea whether Sample is any good or not.
  13. Zach Brown

    TRADE! (not us tho)
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