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  1. If Jerry doesn't want to cough up a big enough contract and gets cheap with the Tag and tries to go transition instead we should take a run at Prescott. Failing that the Ravens did release RGIII today.
  2. I am happy the name is finally changing and I think it is about time. I know the question of why people like me who dislike the name became a fan has been asked and whilst I cannot speak for everyone my experience is this. I became a fan in 1981 as a 10 year old living in Wales and watching this weird American sport with my father as a way of bonding. I became obsessed and this was my team but as a 10 year old from another country I had no frame of reference for why the team might or might not be offensive. I am now 49 and have lived in the States for the past 14 years, I absolutely get wh
  3. With the 243rd pick in the ES draft and their ninth and final selection we are taking a swing on potential over proven ability with this small school prospect. Initially we think he can contribute on special teams and as an extra blocker in the run game but the long term upside is there thanks to his freakish athleticism. The Cincinnati Bengals select; Matthew Wilkerson, TE Edward Waters Matthew Wilkerson, TE, Edward Waters Wilkerson is a small-school sleeper who has generated some buzz in the scouting community. For Edwards Waters, Wilkerson showed off a good skill s
  4. In need of an early down thumper to spell Joe Mixon and protect him from overuse the Cincinnati Bengals are delighted to grab a young local talent, with the 224th pick in the ES NFL draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select; Mike Warren, RB Cincinnatti Burly, interior runner who faced his fair share of foggy boxes and early traffic but used footwork and contact power to create yards for himself. Warren's touchdown production is a product of build and running demeanor. While he lacks the burst to consistently gain yards outside the tackle box, he should be able to keep doing
  5. If anyone with multiple late 7th rounders is interested in moving up, pick 215 is available for trade until I am on the clock.
  6. With the 180th pick in the ES draft the Cincinnati Bengals select; Justin Strnad, LB Wake Forest He's built like a tall, puffed-up safety, but he also runs like one with the range to find play after play when he's kept clean. Strnad could have issues against downhill running attacks due to a lack of size and hand usage. He's an explosive athlete and aggressive striker, but big backs could wear him down on the pro level. He has the twitch and burst to roam from sideline to sideline and should play faster and more efficiently as his recognition improves. He's an ascending
  7. First miss for the Bengals, really hoped Deguara would be there at the top of the 6th to join his hometown club. Great pick for Jacksonville, he is a stud as a blocker and has some real upside as a receiver too.
  8. Coming in to the draft the Bengals had two needs to address on the OL and having addressed our issue at RT with Isaiah Wilson we are thrilled to address the LG position here with a real value pick. With the 147th pick in the ES draft the Cincinnati Bengals select; Logan Stenberg, G Kentucky Logan Stenberg, G, Kentucky Height: 6-6. Weight: 317. Arm: 33.13. Hand: 9.75. 40 Time: 5.30. Projected Round (2020): 2-4. 3/14/20: Stenberg and Landon Young formed a good left side of the offensive line for Kentucky in 2019. Stenberg had a good week of practic
  9. As a United fan I am with GHH on this. I don't care when the games resume but with the season already so far gone we have to complete the current campaign. We cannot look at deciding the leagues on current standings but to wipe away over 3 quarters of a season as though it never happened would be ridiculous. If we ultimately end up finishing this season in the Autumn and then change the schedule for the next couple of years leading into the 2022 World Cup that would make some logical sense. Don't get me wrong, I hate the idea of Liverpool adding another title to their haul but I also love
  10. With the reality of a tepid market for our veteran QB due to the glut of experienced signal callers out there we are keeping the red rifle for the next step in our rebuild and that allows us to take a QB who needs a year on the bench whilst we build that pro skill set. Think Taysom Hill for how he will be used this year but with definite potential to start long term in our soon to be explosive offense. With the 107th pick in the ES draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select; Jalen Hurts, QB Oklahoma Like Tim Tebow, Hurts is a winning dual-threat quarterback known for hi
  11. Not quite the sure thing that Chase Claypool represented at the top of this round but another weapon for a rebuilding, quick strike offense under Zac Taylor. Special teams and a contender for the WR3 slot at this point but there is clear upside here and his continuing improvement throughout his college career demonstrates a coachable player with a high potential ceiling and a floor that still makes him a contributor out of the gate. With the 97th pick in the ES 2020 mock draft the Cincinnati Bengals select: Gabriel Davis, WR UCF Davis did not travel far for college, s
  12. Time to add some playmaking ability to our toolkit and hopefully secure a legitimate WR2 to plug in alongside the franchise tagged AJ Green. With the 65th pick in the ES 2020 mock draft the Cincinnati Bengals select: Chase Claypool, WR Notre Dame Overview The comparison to former teammate Miles Boykin is an easy one since both have elite size and explosiveness, but Claypool has a higher ceiling and is a little more pro-ready. Claypool doesn't have shake to get much separation underneath, but he's physical inside the route and is adept at making contested catches
  13. Laviska was the playmaker I considered taking at 41 before going OL. Still not sure I made the right choice, good pickup for the Colts with Rivers in the building.
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