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  1. It's all creatine. Nothing to see here.
  2. Auden Tate, WR - 7th Round

    It's not like Malone or Core have done that much here. Cody Core was a 6th round pick. He had zero catches last year. Tate can make this roster. He already stands out with his size alone. Dude is huge.
  3. Can Pollack give Marvin a sleeper hold and take over?
  4. The Bengals might have won that 2005 playoff game vs. the Steelers. If they would have won, they would have then played Denver in Denver. THEN if they would have won that game they would have had to play Peyton Manning and the Colts in Indianapolis OR have had to play New England. I think there is a slim chance they could have beaten the Broncos. I don't think they had a chance to beat the Colts. The 2005 Bengals defense was just not very good. They created turnovers and that was it.
  5. Rd. 3 78&79

    Jefferson is my least favorite pick. By a long shot. Too big of a reach with other glaring needs. I hope he proves everyone wrong, including me.
  6. Mark Walton, RB - 4th Round

    You can argue that he isn't fast. Ok. You can't argue his quickness and change of direction. He'll be the 3rd RB and in on some 3rd downs because he can catch and run. Very few LBs have a chance of covering him. He'll also be used for special teams. But yeah, it's a wait and see thing. The Bengals have been good in the 4th round in the past, so there's that.
  7. 2018 NFL draft R1 - Billy Price C

    I love this pick. Billy Price will become the much needed leader of this offense. He's smart and plays nasty.
  8. Mark Walton, RB - 4th Round

    Fast. Check. Change of direction. Check. Can catch and get YAC. Check. Plays hard. Check. Take a look at this clip.
  9. Auden Tate, WR - 7th Round

    This guy is a red zone TD machine. Not fast but is athletic. Actually looks like a TE.
  10. Draft Grades and Reviews 2018

    The Bengals took the #12 overall pick in the 1st round and turned it into Cordy Glenn and Billy Price. Grade A. Second round they took one of the top safeties in the draft. Could have had Connor Williams but passed. Grade B. Third round was Sam Hubbard and Jefferson to help the defense. I've got no problems with this. Jefferson provides good quickness for nickel packages. Grade B. Day 3 was a mix of what looks like talented players at different positions. Only one pick for the O-line, however. Where are they going to have room for 7 picks from day 3? Grade B-. Overall, I'll give them a B grade. Should be interesting to see how Jake Fisher looks at RT with his heart issue. If he's a problem, I wouldn't be surprised to see them take a recently released OT and strengthen that position. Glad we have Pollack as OL coach. The 2nd team OGs played well at the end of the season and if they can produce, this line with the additions of Glenn and Price, should be much better. Again, we also have a new OL coach.
  11. Bengals trade for Cordy Glenn!!

    And AJ Green. All 4 of them played together.
  12. Bengals trade for Cordy Glenn!!

    Good move by the Bengals. And very surprising. The Bills have the 12th and 22nd overall pick. My guess is they are not done. They'll probably try and move up again into the top 10 to get their QB.
  13. NFL Playoffs

    This game will come down to 3 points. It's going to be a close one.
  14. Marvin Praises Bodine, Wants Him Back (not good)

    I really really hope Bodine becomes a stud with Pollack as the OL coach. From sources I know with contact to the team Bodine is a really good dude and teammate. But yeah, Marvin sounds like he has full on Mike Brown loyalty-itis. He's gone.
  15. When it comes to the way the Bengals operate, it makes so much sense that they have a TOP QB. For them to have to manage the roster of a great defense, let alone a great D line, or O line, it leaves too much room for error. I give them credit for drafting Palmer seeing that he could have been that guy that could carry a team. But it didn't work out that way. Thanks, Kimo. What they are looking at is getting a top 5 pick down the road PLUS it being a good QB class if they are to ever get a top tier QB. So, sure, the Bengals can be competitive with Dalton but I seriously doubt he'll ever get them over the hump. Not because of Dalton but because there are too many other roster pieces to hit a home run on and manage for the Bengals FO to ever put it all together. They don't manage the roster well. They draft ok but can't manage the pieces. They refuse to get creative in FA. The reasons go on and on. It's a long standing losing narrative that's just good enough (when the stars align) to break your heart.