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Old 02-22-2012, 01:40 PM
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McNally is 68 years old.
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Alexander isn't done. McNally is a 68 year old consultant. A good hire, but not a replacement.
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Alexander isn't done. McNally is a 68 year old consultant. A good hire, but not a replacement.
Aww damn! I got my hopes up. What was I think. Someone slap me.
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He may not replace Alexander, but he's one of the best O-line coaches EVER. He will do nothing but help.

And he's 6 years younger than LeBeau.
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He may not replace Alexander, but he's one of the best O-line coaches EVER. He will do nothing but help.

And he's 6 years younger than LeBeau.
LeBeau defies logic. He's always looked at least 10 years younger than he is.
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His hiring could mean a few things.

1. We are trying to go after a guard in FA and lure him to learn from the legend?
2. We definitely plan on drafting a Guard.
3. Both!
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LeBeau defies logic. He's always looked at least 10 years younger than he is.
really he looks like hes pushing 90
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And he's 6 years younger than LeBeau.
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Alexander isn't done. McNally is a 68 year old consultant. A good hire, but not a replacement.
how old is **** Lebeau?
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You might be reading just alittle too much into this. I believe if you check you will find that McNally really is not interested in coaching any longer. He is not even going to participate on the field rather he is going to be looking at film and consulting.
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Hopefully he will convince MB of the value of interior linemen. MB has a lot of respect for the men who worked under his father, so perhaps he can get him to understand that G is not a useless position.
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Hopefully he will convince MB of the value of interior linemen. MB has a lot of respect for the men who worked under his father, so perhaps he can get him to understand that G is not a useless position.
Mike paid Bobbie good money to keep him here at guard.

He also drafted Whitworth to play OG. Both Willie and Levi were under long term contracts at the time.
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You might be reading just alittle too much into this. I believe if you check you will find that McNally really is not interested in coaching any longer. He is not even going to participate on the field rather he is going to be looking at film and consulting.
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Good lord stop it. Mcnally said in the article he isn't going to be involved in any on-field coaching so nobody is going to be learning from him.

He is a consultant who probably will be involved in evaluating talent and watching film. It likely means they are serious about upgrading the line though and he will be involved in selecting who they should target. Which is good news.

Paul Alexander is one of the best coaches in the business though and is not going anywhere.

Exactly what I was going to say. Hobbs article on the Bengals website is more in depth about what McNallys role will be. He also points out the McNally retired from coaching in 2007 I believe.

I also doubt very much PA's job is in jeapordy. I don't really feel a change there was necessary, but personally I would've like to seen one. PA has done well with little talent over the years. Better than a lot of others over the same period of time.

More than likely, McNally is here because they are finally ready to do some serious upgrading on the line. This is encouraging news! We could see Nicks and a G at 17 or 21 yet!!
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Exactly what I was going to say. Hobbs article on the Bengals website is more in depth about what McNallys role will be. He also points out the McNally retired from coaching in 2007 I believe.

I also doubt very much PA's job is in jeapordy. I don't really feel a change there was necessary, but personally I would've like to seen one. PA has done well with little talent over the years. Better than a lot of others over the same period of time.

More than likely, McNally is here because they are finally ready to do some serious upgrading on the line. This is encouraging news! We could see Nicks and a G at 17 or 21 yet!!
There is an individual who loves to start these threads and generally his interpretation of the article is not even remotely close to what the article stated. Completely predictable.
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Wow. JoePong got the hammer. So did the other PA thread.
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Wow. JoePong got the hammer. So did the other PA thread.


He got banned?

No way, he is right all the time.
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INDIANAPOLIS - Even before he sees this current crop of linemen work out here Friday at the NFL scouting combine, Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander has some definite opinions.

He emerged from Wednesday night's interviews shaking his head.

"Some guys confuse you," Alexander said. "They confuse you on film. Then when I interviewed them, they confused me in the interview. I think that kind of answers it. The guy's got issues. On film, you don't know why he did this or that. Then you interview him and you don't know why he said what he did. Well, that's what he is."


But there is no confusion that the Bengals need some kind of help at guard. The three who played the most snaps are all scheduled to be free agents. So is Anthony Collins, who backed up both tackles.


With there some discussion there may not be a cornerback or running back good enough at Nos. 17 and 21 after the first wave, could what was supposed to be a defensive first round go wide receiver/guard or guard/wide receiver?


Alexander, of course, won't say if he does think there is a worthy first-round guard. But he'll probably have his answer by Friday night. He likes the combine setup, starting with the interviews, progressing to Thursday morning's weigh-in, and then the workouts that he sees as mini competitions.


"A lot can be answered here," he said. "When you interview the guys you can tell if a guy has football in him. You find out what kind of guy he is. Do you have any chemistry with the person? Can you work together?


"Then when you see them walk across the stage, you have to trust your eyes a little. Then you go to the workout and it's nice seeing them go against each other. On film, they're only going against themselves."


The one guy that would seem to be up for debate is Georgia tackle Cordy Glenn because Stanford guard David DeCastro, said by some to be the best guard prospect in a decade, figures to be gone.


The 6-5, 346-pound Glenn played left tackle this past season, where some said he slipped. But he projects to be a powerful interior player that could be the answer at left guard right now.
Alexander won't say what he thinks of Glenn, but he wants his guards versatile. After the Bengals took Glenn's former linemate, right guard Clint Boling, in the fourth round last year, Alexander had him play some center in the preseason for the first time in his life.


"That's always good," he said. "You always like a guard that can play tackle or a guard that can play center."


Boling began the season as the starter at right guard, but went back to the bench when Bobbie Williams returned from a four-game NFL suspension. With Williams, 35, recovering from surgery for a broken ankle, Boling looks to be the heir apparent as the Bengals look to bulk him up and try to get him to play lower.



This guy irks me beyond belief. So glad we hired a consultant this year. I mean seriously. Is he going to try and say DeCastro or Glenn are bad guards? NATE I CAN'T BLOCK LIVINGS!!! Alexander shut up! You sound stupid.
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This guy irks me beyond belief. So glad we hired a consultant this year. I mean seriously. Is he going to try and say DeCastro or Glenn are bad guards? NATE I CAN'T BLOCK LIVINGS!!! Alexander shut up! You sound stupid.
He said nothing remotely close to that. He said that he had an interview, with whom was not revealed, with bizarre answers when questioned about poor decisions on the film. Do you think every guard at the combine is a rocket scientist and all have great mental make-ups?
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to me this is a case of the blind leading the blind PA has to go bring in Munoz
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How the hell does he irk you?

You have no idea who he was talking about.Whoever he was talking about probably deserved to be criticized.

You have no clue what even happened in the interview. Alexander has been doing this a long time. If he says a player ***** in an interview and didn't seem like he knew what he was talking about, then it's probably true.
well if this leads to PA resigning nasty nate cause he couldnt trust any G or they all confused him it will be time to drop the turk on him
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