Thank you to everyone who participated in the first installment of this game involving Andy Dalton. If you are not one of those people, get over there and do it now. So far, WhoDeyFans have high expectations for the gunslinger from TCU. And why shouldn’t they? Once you’ve voted on Dalton, let’s play the game […]
Archives for June 2012
The Bengals’ need for a #2 WR is well known. While there are a number of candidates for the job, some of whom may turn out to be legitimate options, a proven threat would comfort and excite fans even more for the upcoming season. Just such a threat could be coming on the market.
A month ago, I was scorched by a burning river of Browns fans for saying that Greg Little disappointed and Colt McCoy had no weapons. The insults and expletives grunted into cyberspace by these Dawg-crazed nuts barked that the blame for the team’s meager passing game rested squarely and solely on Colt McCoy. He (called […]
With the news coming from PBS slowing down until the start of training camp, I thought it might be fun to playing an expectation game involving the young marquee players on the roster. The game is simple. Get out your looking glass and tell us how you think the current player will stack up against […]
As free agency began in March, the Bengals were estimated to have nearly $50M in salary cap space, the most in the league. This led fans to call on Mike Brown to dip into that sizable war chest and sign one of the top available free agents. But the front office turned a deaf ear […]
Offense drives interest in the NFL, but I find myself more and more intrigued by the defense that this team is putting together. I’m not completely sold on all parts of it yet, but I am more comfortable with it than I was a month ago. Plus, the strength of the line should help cover […]
With minicamp wrapped up, it is time to make an official update of the roster projections to kick off a discussion of how players are progressing. The end of minicamp marks the end of activities for the next 6 weeks until the start of training camp. So sound off about who you think ought to […]
There are plenty of reasons for optimism for the 2012 season. A not-flashy but good approach to free agency and a fantastic draft have strengthened a team that was already good enough to make the playoffs. The holes in the roster are being filled in, and a foundation for success is being laid with quality […]
We’re talking Fantasy Football this week! Where do our beloved Bengals stack up this year in fantasy?
Money makes the world go ’round, right? But sometimes money makes the football stop going ’round. There could be trouble afoot in the Steel City. Money, in the form of a restricted free agent tender offer, has pitted the cash-strapped Steelers franchise against its very productive young receiver, Mike Wallace, who clearly does not want […]