In the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft the Bengals selected Devon Still DT out of Penn State. The Bengals play in a division where it is important to have a big presence on the defensive line. Devon Still can be that presence. A guy that can wreak havoc in the backfield and disrupt […]
With their second pick in the first round the Bengals tried to improve their line on the offensive side of the ball. Guard is a need for the Bengals and in picking Kevin Zeitler, the Bengals probably improves the position on day 1 this season. Being a Buckeye fan, I got to see Zeitler play […]
Well, it may have played out differently than most could have guessed, but man, the Bengals sure did seem to have a solid draft. After Bengals fans climbed off the ledge on Thursday (looking your direction Mr. Seuberling) and realized what the Bengals accomplished, the total pull by the Bengals looks to improve this team […]
If you follow me on Twitter @WhoDeyFans you may have seen my arguments last night with the WhoDeyRevolution and some of their loyal followers. You see last night I just got tired of hearing the same old Bengal bashing. That site, and more importantly, their followers have turned into something that does nothing but bash […]
Today was National Signing Day for all those high school seniors looking to play college football next fall. But this week’s episode focuses on the guys who signed their Letters of Intent 4 years ago as we welcomed in Scott Wright from DraftCountdown.com to break down last week’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, AL. Don’t forget […]
The NFL Network got Marvin Lewis’ reaction to the Bengals draft. Click here for the video.
The NFL Network looks at the rebuilt Bengals offense. The biggest remaining questions are how quickly will Andy Dalton and A.J. Green play? And where will Chad Ochocinco and Carson Palmer play next? Click here for the video.
Most people consider seventh-round picks as virtual throwaways, players who are drafted who might soon be off the roster. Occasionally, some magic happens, and a productive player emerges from the edges of Mr. Irrelevant. Maybe Baylor’s running back Jay Finley is that player. Maybe. Bengals running backs coach Jim Anderson has a pretty […]