Spor_tees Posted December 4, 2010 Report Share Posted December 4, 2010 So I just saw that Eric 'Sleeping with the' Bieniemy was the RB coach for the Vikings and just took the job as OC for the Colorado Buffaloes and it got me to thinking. It seems like many of the best players in Bengals history, seemed to have a lick of sense to them and have later found jobs in either coaching or the broadcast booth. Just to name a few: Munoz, Boomer, Wilcots, Lapham, Ken Anderson, Krumrie, Collingsworth, Trumpy, ...I am sure there are some I am leaving out...I don't think it is any coincidence that so many guys came from a time when the Bengals had success.Personally I don't see any brainiacs on the current Bengals roster.FYI: Carson scored a 26 on the Wonderlic test. Eli Manning scored a 39, Phillip Rivers a 30, Tony Romo a 37. On a side note Drew Brees only scored a 28 and Peyton Manning a 28 as well. Not real sure what to take from this other than the fact that Peyton Manning and Brees might be a lot more Football smart than book smart. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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