October 22, 2014

WDW Episode 91 – The Grass Isn’t Always Greener

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It only took one pass play for the tone to be set Sunday. Palmer’s first dropback, BOOM, Geno Atkins threw him to the ground. At that point we ALL knew what kind of day it was going to be for Mr. Quitter himself. Speaking of quitting, did you see that Palmer’s Raider teammate Rolando McClain [...]

WDW Episode 89 – A Giant Win for the Bengals Hopes

The Who-Dey Weekly Podcast is a finalist for the 2nd consecutive year. They will go up against 4 ESPN produced podcasts and 1 CBS produced podcast.

The Bengals got a huge boost this weekend with a huge or shall we say, GIANT, win over the G-Men 31-13 Sunday at PBS. The tone was set early as Andy “Red” Dalton ended the game with an early strike to AJ Green to go up 7-0. Guess he had a pretty good idea about [...]

WDW Episode 88 – One Mo Time

The Who-Dey Weekly Podcast is a finalist for the 2nd consecutive year. They will go up against 4 ESPN produced podcasts and 1 CBS produced podcast.

Well at least the Bengals were competitive in this one. For a while there it didn’t look great. After the 105 yard kickoff return to start the second half you start to wonder if this team will EVER get it together. Then they reel off 14 points to take the lead. Peyton Manning and the [...]

WDW Episode 87 – Back to the Grind

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The Podcast Awards are here! Don’t forget to vote for our show in the Sports Category! Vote now at PodcastAwards.com! Huge thanks to all of you who took the time to nominate our show! Who-Dey Weekly was one of over 5000 podcasts to be nominated in this years awards. It’s an amazing honor and I [...]

Marvin says it is time to step up

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We agree, it is time to step up. Bengals fans have been saying it, the media has been saying it. Now Marvin Lewis said it: “We’re looking for our quarterback and our middle linebacker to take hold of our football team and that’s important for us.” Amen Marvin. Maualuga has been a disappointment this season. [...]

WDW Episode 86 – Sometimes You Just Need to Vent

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It’s been a rough few weeks in the Queen City. I know that as Bengals fans we have endured years, and years, and years, and years of heartbreak. We’ve all grown tired of the losing. One might think that by now our fanbase should be used to the losing. But strangely, even more this year, [...]

WDW Episode 85 – It’s Steelers Week!

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Call me crazy, but I’m not sure ANY Bengals fans envisioned two straight losses to the Miami Dolphins and the Cleveland freakin Browns. It wasn’t that they lost that bothers most, it’s how they were lost. No mental toughness, no swagger, no desire. It was evident on Sunday in the 3rd quarter who wanted to [...]

WDW Episode 84 – What Was That???

The Who-Dey Weekly Podcast is a finalist for the 2nd consecutive year. They will go up against 4 ESPN produced podcasts and 1 CBS produced podcast.

Well who saw that coming? We sure didn’t. 13 points against the Dolphins is all the Bengals could muster up? Andy Dalton looked flat, the receivers looked flat, the running game looked, well, non-existent. Hopefully the Bengals get their act together and there’s no better medicine than playing the Cleveland Browns. Don’t forget to nominate [...]

Week Four Hit List

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  Believe it or not, 25% of the NFL regular season is already in the books, and at the quarter pole, your Bengals are an impressive 3-1.  After the utter carnage of the opener, the last three weeks have been welcomed.  Sunday’s 27-10 dismantling of the Jacksonville Jaguars looked a lot like maturation for these [...]

WDW Episode 83 – Three Wins in a Row for the Bengals

The Who-Dey Weekly Podcast is a finalist for the 2nd consecutive year. They will go up against 4 ESPN produced podcasts and 1 CBS produced podcast.

It wasn’t pretty during some points but the Bengals beat the Jaguars on their home field for the second time in two years 27-10 on Sunday. The offense and defense both came out flat to start the game. The sign of a good team is how you’re able to overcome poor starts and this Bengals [...]