August 23, 2014

Draft Countdown: Day 22

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In advance of this year’s draft and my upcoming book, here’s Day 22 of the countdown.   Did you know? Former Bengals tight end Reggie Kelly, who was drafted in the second round of the draft by the Atlanta Falcons, thought he might be selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and former head coach Tony [...]

Focus On: Tight Ends

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The trend toward receiving tight ends not only makes game sense, it also makes business sense. TEs cost half (or less) of what WRs cost. When a team can get a guy who is a physical mismatch at half the price of play-making WR, what’s not to like about the guy?

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 [...]

Pick To Click

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On Thursday, I enjoyed listening to a spirited debate on Cincinnati’s ESPN1530 as the former Bengal and fill-in host Artrell Hawkins sparred with former NFL scout and guest co-host Carlos Fisher about the likelihood of Armon Binns becoming an impact player for the Bengals in 2012. Artrell, a UC grad, had been impressed by what [...]

“O” The Improvements

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After finishing a meager 20th in overall offense in 2011, the Bengals have made a number of changes to their personnel in order to better implement Jay Gruden’s version of the West Coast Offense. There will be at least four new starters from last year, as well as new regular role players. And at every [...]