September 21, 2014

WDW Episode 52 – Giving Thanks to Bengals Fans

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Despite the Bengals losing two AFC North games in a row, the playoffs are in their sites. How confident should fans be? The NFL sent a memo to the Bengals this week advising them to send out invoices for Playoff tickets to season ticket holders!

Comeback Falls Short, 31-24

Robbed by Refs?

The Bengals withstood 3 turnovers, and 14 Raven points off those turnovers, plus several ugly defensive breakdowns and a horrendous call by the officials to make the game very interesting.  But in the end, these steel-belted Bengals couldn’t pull the raven out of the hat in Baltimore, finally succumbing with just 33 ticks left on [...]

My Two Cents: Take a Look at New England

Without AJ Green, Gruden's task gets a bit more difficult

  Coming off a tough home loss to the Steelers last Sunday, the Bengals head to Baltimore for another titanic divisional clash with another monster in the 6-3 Ravens.  After surprising the league with a 6-2 first half, the Bengals are now hurled head first into the teeth of the toughest part of their schedule.  [...]

WDW Episode 49 – Ladies Night

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This week the Number 1 Fan and I welcome in Vera and Kat for our first ever Ladies Night edition of Who-Dey Weekly!

Some Observations From Sunday

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Here, in no particular order, are some random observations I jotted down while watching the Bengals thrilling 23-20 win versus Buffalo yesterday: Observations from Week Four:  –Andrew Hawkins is a dynamic player in space.  In his two opportunities with the ball Sunday, Hawkins was elusive and impressively fast.  The team should try and get him [...]

Bengals Cap Space: What’s The Plan?

What's his plan for the 29 million in cap space? Does he have one?

Today, Mike Florio of PFT reported the latest cap space figures for NFL teams.  Of little surprise to most of us, the Bengals were near the top in available funds, coming in third with a whopping 29 million dollars free to spend.  This, of course, has elicited tyical feedback from the corners of Bengaldom, as [...]

Five Issues, Five Sentences

As Bengals fans, we all have issues.

  In response to USA Today’s analysis of the biggest five issues facing the Cincinnati Bengals, I’m writing five sentences about those issues. It’s a perfect exercise for those of you with short attention spans like me. What was I talking about again? Anyway, the issues from the USA Today article (linked below) are in [...]

Should A.J. Green Start?

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James Walker put up an interesting poll recently, asking Bengals fans who should start opposite A.J. Green. But I think Walker is getting ahead of himself. I don’t think Green should start. Not right away anyway. I saw enough from the Jerome Simpson-Andre Caldwell games down the stretch last season to give them both starting [...]

The 2011 Bengals: WR

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A little time off was chicken soup for the soul, but I am back to continue my quest to review each position group for the Bengals before we launch into free agency, whenever that may be. Today, I am looking at the WRs.

NFL Draft Rewind: 2008 Rounds 1-3

In the coming weeks leading up to the April 28th NFL Draft, I will be taking a look at past Bengals drafts during the Marvin Lewis era. Today’s I look back at rounds 1-3 of the 2008 Bengals draft. After a disappointing losing season and back to back near misses of the playoffs, the team [...]