July 25, 2017

Why Pursuing Mike Wallace is Insane

In the past few days, Bengals nation and some media types have become aflutter with the possibility of Cincinnati making a move for Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace. Since the Steelers are tight against the salary cap, a deal could be structured that would make it difficult for Pittsburgh to bring Wallace back. However, because […]

Bengals Sign a Running Back

The Bengals got a bit of a jump on free agency with the signing of former Detroit Lions running back Aaron Brown yesterday. Brown is heading into his fourth NFL season after having spent his first three seasons with Detroit, who selected him in the 6th round of the 2009 NFL draft.  Brown was cut […]

Free Agency: Hot Corners

  When free agency opens next month, there will be some big-name cornerbacks hitting the market. Cincinnati could use one, but it is unclear if the team will spend its considerable cap space on the position. For one, the team has already locked up Leon Hall long-term. And Nate Clements should be back for another […]

Do the Bengals Really Need a Safety?

As free agency nears and the draft approaches, there is continued speculation about who the Bengals will acquire at guard, running back, cornerback, and safety. All those positions are considered to be significant needs. But is the last one really that significant? I’m not sure it is. Here’s why. Most people expect the team to […]

Keeping Their Own

Free agency can be a frustrating time for WhoDey fans because the Bengals are almost never in the hunt for the top free agents every year. They are oriented around re-signing the guys that they have, who know the system, and generally shun the flashy, high-priced names that get most of the attention in free […]

Bengals Can’t Punt on Free Agency

Teams are built–and rebuilt–through the draft and free agency. Drafting well is the big key to sustained success because the salary cap prevents teams from going all Yankees/Red Sox/Phillies on the NFL and buying up all the top talent. Free agency is an important tool teams use to make a key upgrade, fill in a […]

Bengals Free Agents: Guys I’d Keep

Joe Reedy put together an unofficial list of Bengals free agents for our viewing pleasure today. Here it is, courtesy of Reedy’s blog. Below are the guys I’d keep. Exclusive Rights:  Cedric Peerman and Vincent Rey – Both are good special teams players and Peerman has shown some ability as a running back as well. […]

Free Agency 2012: Bengals Targets

Time to turn the page Bengals fans. Cincinnati’s next football game is several months away, so we might as well look at the roster tweaking that will take place with free agency. Here’s a quick look at some potential targets for the Bengals at various positions. RB:  Michael Bush – The former Louisville Cardinal is […]

Would You Trade For Aaron Curry?

I have noticed rumblings on ProFootballTalk.com that the Seahawks are entertaining offers for LB Aaron Curry, their 1st round pick from 2009. PFT reports that they are currently talking trade with three teams, although they do not name those teams.

Mid-Week Ramblings of a Deranged Fan

At mid-week, I am only now able to say that I am at peace with the debacle that was last Sunday:  Our beloved and infuriating Bengals lost an infinitely winnable game  to a clearly  inferior opponent at home.  I may finally be able to acknowledge it, but it still hurts to write it. Next comes Buffalo, with their […]