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2018 NFL draft R2 - pick 46

2018 Bengals R2 pick 46  

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You've got to figure Williams is in the doghouse. Dude basically built the doghouse.  Watching him take an angle on a ball carrier is like watching Shaq shoot free throws.  

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1 hour ago, COB said:

You've got to figure Williams is in the doghouse. Dude basically built the doghouse.  Watching him take an angle on a ball carrier is like watching Shaq shoot free throws.  

Yet they drafted Illoka's replacement, he will be expected to start, or compete for it.  Not sure I understand what they're doing there.  Unless they want to move Illoka to SS.  

I'd be fine with never having to watch Williams miss a tackle again either way.

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On 4/27/2018 at 6:15 PM, AMPHAR said:

I read nothing into the pick as far as snap count or roster spot. 

I doubt this pick plays more than 50% snaps without massive injury.

They said he’s a Center Feild type safety which I hoping for the opposite.

They got Malik Jefferson, coverage backer. I think it comes down to the scheme, more than anything. 

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so quoting myself from

http://forums.bengalszone.com/topic/25884-2018-nfl-draft-r2-pick-46/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-453191

Trading down was a terrible decision. We need quality, not quantity I could be proven wrong, naturally, when this FS is named a first ballot Hall of Famer, but for now, this pick is gawdawful. WE NEED STARTERS in day 1 and 2 picks and this schmoe ain't a starter. We also have multiple needs at other positions more than DB. This guy is small for a S and yet also isn't all that fast. The draft profile calls him a "ballhawk" yet he's got exactly one pick to his name. I'd be ok with this pick if it was round 6 or later, but it ain't The rotting cherry to top this turd sundae is that they passed up a better S with more size AND more speed from a bigger better football program. This better S went to Texas just a few picks later so the silver lining is that this shoulda made Army's kid happy. THIS PICK SUCKS DEAD DONKEY DONG and I wrote that for Dimster, as a summary

so, uhm

uhhhhh

yeah *cough*

could someone cook up a big ole plate of crow for me?

Lots of bbq sauce, hold the feathers, claws, and beak please

I will wear a tee shirt proclaiming "Bates for DROY 2018" while I consume it

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Bates has played quality ball, and I am very happy to see it -- and I definitely groaned when Iloka was dropped.

Ward is probably taking DROY though.

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2 hours ago, TJJackson said:

so quoting myself from

http://forums.bengalszone.com/topic/25884-2018-nfl-draft-r2-pick-46/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-453191

so, uhm

uhhhhh

yeah *cough*

could someone cook up a big ole plate of crow for me?

Lots of bbq sauce, hold the feathers, claws, and beak please

I will wear a tee shirt proclaiming "Bates for DROY 2018" while I consume it

Looks like dead donkey dong is on the menu.

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19 hours ago, Stripes said:

Bates has played quality ball, and I am very happy to see it -- and I definitely groaned when Iloka was dropped.

Ward is probably taking DROY though.

Iloka has barely played for Minnesota. Literally, he's been on the field 7 snaps I believe, and five of those on special teams.

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Wonder what the deal with Iloka is?  Strange he isn’t getting more love from Zimmer.

Heck we know first hand Zimmer will take a safety and throw him in there.  Used to bring Crocker back from the dead all the time. 

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1 hour ago, membengal said:

Iloka has barely played for Minnesota. Literally, he's been on the field 7 snaps I believe, and five of those on special teams.

I’m at a loss to explain that.  Shocking.  I’m going to guess something is up with him personally, either mental or physical.  He’s a good player when he’s right, which he almost always was for us.

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Per Cincyhokie you’ll be eating dead donkey dong, so forget the crow.  

Don’t feel too bad, even the gms and scouts who pick these guys have no idea how most of them will turn out.  

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