August 16, 2017

Archives for February 2011

Carson Palmer makes the Bengals outlook very hazy

Will the Bengals decide to keep the QB or trade him? Who really knows? On one hand, if he really wants out, it would be nice to get a nice deal for him.  Maybe an extra first round pick in the draft? However, with the labor deal, that may not even be possible. If there […]

Bengals Best Bet May Not Be Quarterback

After a so-so workout for Cam Newton Sunday at the NFL Scouting Combine, and other quarterbacks showing elite speed, it appears that the Bengals may be better off seeking a quarterback later in the April 28th – 30th draft. Cam Newton turned in the 3rd best 40 yard dash time among quarterbacks.

Cam Newton Tailor Made for Old Spice Commercials

Can’t you just picture Cam Newton saying “look at your quarterback, now back to me, now back at your quarterback, now back to me!” Cam Newton is ready to take on the NFL, but is the NFL ready for Cam? Sports Illustrated reporter Peter King tweeted that Cam Newton told him in a phone interview […]

Bengals Draft Trivia

With Bull and Seubs quizzing people on Bengals draft history on this week’s podcast, I thought it would be fun to throw out a Bengals draft question of my own and see if anyone can figure out what player I am referring to. Post your comments if you think you know the answer.

Going Tagless Can Be Irritating

In a somewhat unsurprising development, the Bengals are not expected to place a franchise or transition tag on any of their free agents for the second consecutive season.  The tag deadline is 4 PM Thursday.  Among key free agents for the Bengals are Cedric Benson and Johnathan Joseph.

WDW Episode 24 – It’s Getting Drafty In Here

The podcast is back and better than ever! Joining Andy and Seubs this week is the newest member of the Who-Dey Weekly team, Timm Bates. Timm fills us in on just how his Bengal love affair began, as well as what’s in store for over the next week. We also introduced a new segment […]

The Disparity of Parity

In the past 10 years, 10 of the 16 NFC teams have represented their conference in the Super Bowl. Only San Francisco, Dallas, Minnesota, Atlanta, Washington, and Detroit have failed to make it to the league’s championship game in the last decade.

Could New Hire Help Cam Newton?

According to multiple sources, the Bengals have hired Eagles QB coach James Urban to replace the departed Mike Sheppard as the Bengals receivers coach.  Joe Reedy’s article is here.  Geoff Hobson of is also reporting the hiring.  Urban, who was recently appointed the Eagles assistant offensive coordinator, appears to be a great fit for the new […]

Cincinnati Bengals make some coaching moves

In a flurry on Twitter, the Cincinnati Bengals have made several coaching decisions today.  Here are the tweets from the official Bengals twitter feed:   Bengals Cincinnati Bengals  Other staff moves: Paul Guenther to assist with DBs, David Lippincott promoted to quality control coach helping with DEs and LBs. Bengals Cincinnati Bengals  #Bengals hire Eagles […]

CBA Uncertainty Puts Twist on Palmer Drama

Circle March 4th and April 28th on your calendars. These dates will play a key role in how the Carson Palmer saga unfolds in the coming months. March 4th is the start of the new NFL league year, and traditionally when free agency begins. April 28th is the first night of the 2011 NFL draft. […]