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Old 11-12-2012, 02:44 PM
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Forget all of them. We do not have a NFL Quality RB on this team. They are all below average, at their best.

We need a RB.

Did any of you see Chris Ivory's 56 yard TD run yesterday? He used speed, power, and moves all on one run. It should have been a 1-3 yard run, but instead ended up a 56 yard TD.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1uK0_mHdKA

That is why several of us have been screaming for a trade.

Here is his highlites, and he has one almost every game he has played in.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmYPj9a_bF8

That is the type of RB we need.
Still makes me sad we did not pursue him. I would have loved to see him in stripes. Now the trade deadline has passed, plus he has been given a chance to shine with Sproles injured.
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Old 11-12-2012, 03:07 PM
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Arguing between Peerman and Green-Ellis is like arguing between Skyline and Gold Star. One is meatier, the other is more fluid, both are sorry excuses for Chili.
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:03 PM
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Arguing between Peerman and Green-Ellis is like arguing between Skyline and Gold Star. One is meatier, the other is more fluid, both are sorry excuses for Chili.
Blasphemy.
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:11 AM
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Yes, BJGE has 1 gear and it's low and slow.
Have you noticed that it does not matter who we play, BJGE gets the same results. That is pretty weird.
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:12 AM
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I can't wait to see a new RB next year its really what we are missing on Offense
Too bad the draft does not have any clear 1st rounders.
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:17 AM
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Blasphemy.
He speaks the truth.

Cincy chili is a culinary nightmare.

You ever notice when they show clips of Cincy chili during the games, none of the anouncers talk about it being good.

Conversely, they showed a clip of getting some Greater's and they were raving about it.

If you are not from Cincinnati, I think there is about a 1/10 chance of you thinking that stuff is edible.
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:44 AM
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PFF gave Peerman a grade of +0.3 while they gave BJGE a grade of -1.2.

Hmmmm.

Hmmmm.

Yup, the coaches are morons. Might as well start Faine at Center and continue Tate as the other starting WR.
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Old 11-13-2012, 11:17 AM
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He speaks the truth.

Cincy chili is a culinary nightmare.

You ever notice when they show clips of Cincy chili during the games, none of the anouncers talk about it being good.

Conversely, they showed a clip of getting some Greater's and they were raving about it.

If you are not from Cincinnati, I think there is about a 1/10 chance of you thinking that stuff is edible.
Completely, utterly, and ridiculously false. Every game I have ever watched that they cut to the inside of a skyline the announcers were raving abut how good it is.

Secondly, I live in Missouri. EVERY person I have introduced Skyline to has loved it.
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Old 11-13-2012, 12:19 PM
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Completely, utterly, and ridiculously false. Every game I have ever watched that they cut to the inside of a skyline the announcers were raving abut how good it is.

Secondly, I live in Missouri. EVERY person I have introduced Skyline to has loved it.
They show it, they talk about it, but do they ever say they like it? (Collinsworth does not count) As opposed to the fact that they were raving about Greaters being world class ice cream (which it is).

You are allowed to like it. There are also people who like blood sausage, balut, boodog, haggis, maggot cheese, monkey brain, rocky mountain oysters and chitterlings. That does not mean it is good.

I have a recipe if you want to try some good chili.
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:34 PM
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Forget all of them. We do not have a NFL Quality RB on this team. They are all below average, at their best.

We need a RB.

Did any of you see Chris Ivory's 56 yard TD run yesterday? He used speed, power, and moves all on one run. It should have been a 1-3 yard run, but instead ended up a 56 yard TD.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1uK0_mHdKA

That is why several of us have been screaming for a trade.

Here is his highlites, and he has one almost every game he has played in.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmYPj9a_bF8

That is the type of RB we need.
I second this. This guy has nice footwork. Hits the holes with good field vision. Not only that... he is physical enough to give punishment back to defenders trying to tackle him.

Would coulda shoulda. It would have been damn nice to have a RB of this caliber on our roster.
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:45 PM
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I agree with what others have said. Whether Peerman, GE, or Leonard get the start, none are quality starters without a great passing attack and a top o-line. The Bengals need to split the carries up a little more and, in the scond half, ride the back who produced the most.


Currently, there isn't a top dog among them.
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Old 11-13-2012, 05:51 PM
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I agree with what others have said. Whether Peerman, GE, or Leonard get the start, none are quality starters without a great passing attack and a top o-line. The Bengals need to split the carries up a little more and, in the scond half, ride the back who produced the most.


Currently, there isn't a top dog among them.
Of the three, only one is any kind of a question mark and that's Peerman. I just don't think he's gotten enough carries to know what he can do. Like they always say, RB's need to get into a flow--some more than others. He seems to have better burst, more wiggle and as much power as either of the other two. I've seen it mentioned he's not a good pass blocker. If that's true, I can't see it being for lack of effort. He's a guy who goes balls to the wall all the time.

I can't see what the harm would be in giving the guy some time to prove himself. Also like what he does when he gets the rare opportunity to return KO's.

Not saying he'd be a reason not to take a back high in the next draft, but he could make one of the other two unnecessary. Does what Peerman does on ST's keep Marvin from using him more from scrimmage?
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Needs to touch the ball at least 10 touches. Leonard 5-8.
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Old 11-14-2012, 11:19 AM
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Give Leonards touches to him he is atrocious.
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Old 11-14-2012, 04:22 PM
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They show it, they talk about it, but do they ever say they like it? (Collinsworth does not count) As opposed to the fact that they were raving about Greaters being world class ice cream (which it is).

You are allowed to like it. There are also people who like blood sausage, balut, boodog, haggis, maggot cheese, monkey brain, rocky mountain oysters and chitterlings. That does not mean it is good.

I have a recipe if you want to try some good chili.
What you're talking about is a whole different kind of chili. People in Cincy eat that kind of chili too. Skyline is more gravy than chili. I would never eat a bowl of Skyline. To me, it's really only good on something.
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Old 11-16-2012, 03:12 PM
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I second this. This guy has nice footwork. Hits the holes with good field vision. Not only that... he is physical enough to give punishment back to defenders trying to tackle him.

Would coulda shoulda. It would have been damn nice to have a RB of this caliber on our roster.
I think he will be a FA this year. He would be a great pickup.

He is one of the best backs I have seen in years.

If I was in N.O., Ivory would be starting over Sproles, or Ingram.

He is as fast as Sproles and runs harder than Ingram, and has great hands. I would keep Ingram to give Ivory a break once in a while.
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Looks like Gruden agrees that Peerman should get more opportunities.

http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/5399/cedric-peerman

I think Peerman would be an upgrade from BJGE, a minor one.
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Old 11-16-2012, 08:06 PM
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They horribly misused him today.
Andy made a terrible call on the short situation with 8 or 9 in the box running with Leonard. Should have called the quick pass.
You can't automatically change to a pass when they stack the box like that.

Two things. First, there's no guarantee you get the pass off. Second, if you can break the initial line, there's little left to paydirt. How many times have you seen a back break out a long run when a defense was stacking the box.

That's why you stay in the run there. There's always a chance it goes...
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They don't
Peerman had a long of 9 yards.
BJGE had a long of 7.

Both averaged around the same (BJGE 3.3 Peerman 3.5)
I was never on the Peerman train. I always argued against giving him any more time because i didn't see any reason he deserved it.

I think now, he needs a few more carries per game. I think he could handle the BScott role pretty well. Give him about 8 carries and make sure to throw him the ball 2-4 times a game.

I don't ever see him as a 20 carry a game guy, but as a change of pace, i think he's ready to make some noise.
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"I think he will get more and more as the season goes on. It just depends on how the game goes and reps for Green-Ellis and if weíre maintaining drives," Gruden said. "Then we can obviously use better substitution patterns with our backs. If youíre three and out, then itís hard to get any kind of rhythm and use substitution. I think itís important to get Cedric some more touches. Heís earned that right and gives us a little change of pace. Heís done a good job."

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Peerman is not good.
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Peerman is not good.
Unfortunately, our best alternatives have other positions to man; namely, Quarterback and WR2.
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"I think he will get more and more as the season goes on. It just depends on how the game goes and reps for Green-Ellis and if weíre maintaining drives," Gruden said. "Then we can obviously use better substitution patterns with our backs. If youíre three and out, then itís hard to get any kind of rhythm and use substitution. I think itís important to get Cedric some more touches. Heís earned that right and gives us a little change of pace. Heís done a good job."

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He did not have a problem running Scott for a series then Benson a series last year all of a sudden the #1 back needs to produce to get the #2 back carries?
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Peerman is not good.



Exactly.


Peerman could get more carries, but he is not a good back. It is more of a statement about how GE isn't getting it done when bogarting all the carries.
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Peerman has had about 15 carries in 3 years but some on these boards say he is not a good player try giving the man 15 carries in a game and really testing this guy before you write him off.This would be the smart thing to do because those stating he can not do the job is clueless because they are saying he can not do the job without any first hand knowledge of of the issue at hand.They have seen the man touch the ball 5 times in one game at the most but are so sure he will fail.
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