October 22, 2014

Gruden Gets Extension in Cincy?

First year Offensive Coordinator Jay Gruden reportedly has received a 3 year extension with the Bengals.

Reports have surfaced that Bengals first year Offensive Coordinator Jay Gruden has received a 3 year 3.6 million dollar extension with the Cincinnati Bengals

Postseason Draft Grades from Mel Kiper

Mel Kiper has released his Mock 2.0

During the latest episode of the Who-Dey Weekly Podcast, Timm mentioned that one of his “dream” guests for the show in 2012 would be to have Mel Kiper, Jr come visit us on the podcast. After seeing the draft grade that he bestowed upon our Bengals in 2012, I might have to extend an invitation. [...]

WDW Episode 59 – Houston, We Have a Problem

Well the Bengals season has ended with a thud in the playoffs with a lopsided loss to the Houston Texans. We look back on the game itself and we recap the season that was with Bengals.com’s Geoff Hobson. Don’t forget Who-Dey Weekly is now recorded LIVE each and every Wednesday night at 9 pm. Featuring [...]

Position Review: Running Back

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I was going to review tight ends next. But when I saw Nate’s post considering the possibility that Trent Richardson could slip to the Bengals at #17, I had to switch gears. Coming into the season, Marvin Lewis and Jay Gruden assured us that they were committed to running the ball to take pressure off [...]

Why Trent Richardson Could Fall to the Bengals

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I was all set to write about something else tonight, making a fearless prediction about the Bengals first pick that is still three months away. Then, I noticed something. Most of the teams picking ahead of the Bengals have franchise running backs or more glaring needs. So even though Richardson is ranked as a top [...]

Gruden to stay in Cincinnati

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Jay Gruden is loyal. Now lets just hope he can expand his offense to be able to compete for 4 quarters with the rest of the NFL. Gruden told the Rams and the Jaguars he will not interview for their head coaching positions.  Personally, I think he was a long long shot to actually land [...]

Position Review: Wide Receiver

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The Bengals keep six receivers. With Jordan Shipley and Andre Caldwell ending the season on IR, we have eight names to sort through as we evaluate the wide receiver position. As a whole, the wide receiving group could have and should have been better than it was in 2011. Is getting Shipley back enough to [...]

Position Review: Quarterback

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In order for us to develop informed opinions about who the Bengals ought to pursue in free agency in March and in the draft in April, we need to look through each position and evaluate its performance in 2011. Since the Bengals have the cash and the good foundation that ought to allow them to [...]

Grading Units

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Now that 2011 is officially in the books, let’s compare notes on the various personnel groups did over the season. Some brought a lot of value, and a some were not as good as they needed to be. Here is how I would rank them in terms of value to the team (#1 being most [...]

Random Offseason Thoughts

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After a weekend filled with football, family and more football, it’s time for me to catch up with the rest of my WDF mates and post a few thoughts as the Bengals begin the offseason. Because it’s Monday and I can’t come up with a fun package, they are coming at you random-style. So enjoy [...]