July 23, 2014

Who Dey Reader: ESPN’s Ultimate Standings

The Bengals finished last at No. 122. Next year, they might tout marked improvement when they climb to 115.

This week’s edition of ESPN the Magazine ranked all the franchises in the four major sports (football, basketball, baseball, and hockey) based on factors that are important to fans. Our beloved Bengals finished butt-naked last at No. 122. Here are some highlights from the magazine article. -According to Forbes, the Bengals made $49.4 million last [...]

Web Gems: Who Dey Perspective

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Jack Brennan of our beloved Bengals front office provided us yesterday with another of his diamond-encrusted nuggets of web comedy commonly known at the “Who Dey Perspective”. This article turns from the typical rebuttal to Cincinnati Enquirer articles to focus on ESPN’s recent ranking of all 122 professional sports franchises in North America’s four major [...]

Entertaining Bengals Cards: Dan Ross

That's right bro. Me and my mustache set the Super Bowl record for receptions. Get at me.

 

Andre The Not-So-Giant?

Andre Smith and the offensive line could use some shuffling

Word is starting to make its way around the interwebs that the Bengals’ more recent first round pick named A. Smith is working to shed some pounds and perhaps shed the title of “bust”. Check out this quote from Andrew Whitworth,

Heir Jordan?

With his brother gone, is Jordan ready to fly?

Many people have assumed that if Carson Palmer doesn’t play this season, it will be rookie Andy Dalton who starts the season opener under center. But Carson’s brother, Jordan, has been campaigning to be the heir apparent, mixing a more outspoken offseason with a lot on on-field work as well. Others believe that the Bengals [...]

Cedric Benson can lead the Bengals

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At times in the past few seasons there was never a clear leader of the Cincinnati Bengals. You would think Carson Palmer would have taken that role, or Chad Ochocinco. Sometimes, they would flirt with that role but they never actually did any leading. Now, the Bengals may have a leader and he is not [...]

The 2011 Bengals: Linebackers

Rey Maualuga believes in the 2011 Bengals Linebackers (Robbins/Getty)

In the weeks since the completion of the NFL draft, I have been looking at the various position groups in an effort to shed light on where the team currently stands with their personnel and to foreshadow needed moves once free agency begins. Today, I focus on the linebackers. Rey Maualuga will have a lot [...]

Entertaining Bengals Cards: Don Bass

Is it me or do I look a little bit like Chad Ochocinco? Child please?

WDW Episode 31 – We’re Heating Up

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Now that summer is upon us things are starting to heat up here at the podcast. There is some talk that the NFL and the Players are close to an agreement. Let’s not hold our collective breaths. Speaking of hot

Players are Right About Palmer

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I never claimed to be the smartest guy in the world, but I have been perplexed by the variety of opinions on Carson Palmer and his demands. What’s been fairly black and white to me since the very beginning seems to have drawn a lot of complex and diverse opinions. Some want to dish out [...]