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Cincinnati Bengals (2012 Season)

Discussion in 'Professional Football' started by buckeyemania11, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. :lol: Wasn't rolling my eyes at what you posted... I just think with the Bengals not being able to improve their playoff position, might as well get The Law Firm healthy and rested for the playoffs.
  2. Jake

    Jake Towson must go down, and they must go down hard.

    I figured he was just resting until I heard the dude say the word injured.

    I think the Bengals are going to Houston, who looks like they're going to lose 2 straight to end the season. Dalton won't be a deer in the headlights this time.
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  3. I certainly like our chances against Houston a little better than I do against New England. That being said, I'm still not overly confident. :lol:
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  5. Jake

    Jake Towson must go down, and they must go down hard.

    How about the fans who bought tickets weeks ago thinking the Ravens game would be important? They're now watching Bruce Gradkowski duel with Tyrod Taylor.
  6. :rofl: Had the turd goblins taken care of business against YOUR BOYS, this game would have meant something. :smash:
  7. Jake

    Jake Towson must go down, and they must go down hard.

    I wish my Boys had made the game ending FG attempt at Baltimore. :bonk:

    Oh, oh...touchdown Texans.
  8. At least there was some competition when you last faced Baltimore. Yikes.

    Although I've been overly critical of the Bengals, they truly are a couple of pieces away from making a serious run in the playoffs. (not this year, obviously)

    If they could draft one key offensive guard, a key LB, and a safety, I REALLY like the direction this team is headed in. Green, Sanu, Jones, Sanz, Gresh (although he needs to get better catching the ball) in the receiving department has me confident for years to come.
  9. buckeyescott11

    buckeyescott11 Sophmore

    Our guards have been pretty solid most of the year so I'm fine not getting another guard. I'm worried about losing some of these players though soon. Atkins, Johnson, Smith, Gresham, Dunlap all have contracts expiring soon and they're all HUGE parts of this team. I will say another rotational DE, another LB, and a good SS would make me feel great about this team.
  10. I'm not so sure I'd be overly upset if Gresham went elsewhere next season. Do I think that will happen? No.

    If the Bengals knew how to sustain success, they would make sure the D-line guys are re-signed next year.

    About the guard situation, I was just speaking of adding some depth/competition to the O-line. Couldn't hurt.
  11. Bucknut24

    Bucknut24 Trolololol

    Need center and safety
  12. buckeyescott11

    buckeyescott11 Sophmore

    I was impressed with Robinson when he's played this season, Cook not so much.
  13. Bucknut24

    Bucknut24 Trolololol

    Yea cook blows
  14. RB07OSU

    RB07OSU #7 aka Vick the human joystick Staff Member BP Recruiting Team

    Hope we can address safety, runningback, and center in that order. Wouldn't mind a middle linebacker either.
  15. buckeyemania11

    buckeyemania11 HATE, HATE, HATE, HATE!!!

    having the Raiders early 2nd round pick puts them in good position to draft a solid S and a solid RB with their first 2 picks

    but being them the Bengals, I expect them to do something dumb with these picks
  16. Bucknut24

    Bucknut24 Trolololol

    Not sure there's a rb worth picking up in the first 2 rds

    Wait til 3rd or 4th rd

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