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In the article "Ten young players who will make a splash in 2007" by Brooks of SI, he listed Geathers as follows:


Geathers led the Bengals with 10.5 sacks last season, despite playing as a situational pass rusher. A high motor guy with a relentless energy, he is a force off the edge. As the first Bengal player to record double-digit sacks since Alfred Williams in 1992, Geathers has earned more playing time in the Bengals defense. Given more snaps, he could challenge for the league lead in sacks.

heres the link: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2007/writ...outs/index.html

Also, Fan Nation ranks the "TOP 10 WIDE RECEIVER CORPS IN NFL", and the Bengals are number 1, over Indy, detroit, the Pats, & 'zona. Hell I'm a self-confessed homer, and I'm not sure I believe that one. Here's the quote:

1. Cincinnati - Chad Johnson, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Chris Henry - Henry is suspended for half the season, but Johnson and Houshmandzadeh are good enough to carry this offense

Link: http://fannation.com/blogs/post/20099


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Interesting blast-from-the-past from Dr. Z -

Jeff of Pittsburgh says he's been a fan of mine for "long, long time," specifically, since the Giants-Bears "Sneakers Game" in 1934. His question -- what is my all-time favorite play by an offensive lineman? Jets-Bengals, early 1980s. Mark Gastineau, New York's great pass-rushing DE, has made his sack dance a media and fan favorite. On one particular goal line play, though, the Bengals run for a touchdown, behind a Max Montoya trap block -- on Gastineau. In the end zone, Montoya does his own little dance. Afterward in the locker room I asked him if that was his "trap dance," and he nodded, yes, and repeated it for me, something along the lines of the Mexican Hat Dance.
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