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Old 01-13-2013, 11:27 PM
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The one time Maualuga talks trash and seems confident he plays like crap.
You're right: He's not exactly the motivational speaker type.
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Old 01-13-2013, 11:40 PM
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Or, could be that Marvin felt like he had egg on his face, knowing full well that he had no feasable alternative to Rey, at that point in the season, and had to make like all is well?

You can't seriously expect a head coach or DC to go out in a presser and say that the MLB stinks, and there's nothing that they can really do about it until the offeseason. They did their best to try and keep Maualuga propped up, even gave him the captain label.

I'm betting that both Marvin and Zimmer are mighty relieved that Rey's contract is up.
Yeah, I was talking about this the other day, another side reason the Howard injury hurt so much, in forced Burfict into WLB and left us with no better options at backup MLB. Would bring up a good hypothetical question though, if Howard was never injured, How long until Burfict would have been playing MLB (if ever)?
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Yeah, I was talking about this the other day, another side reason the Howard injury hurt so much, in forced Burfict into WLB and left us with no better options at backup MLB. Would bring up a good hypothetical question though, if Howard was never injured, How long until Burfict would have been playing MLB (if ever)?
Probably never, they probably would have had him at SAM
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I think everyone who watches Bengal football knows Maualuga needs to be replaced.

And after the playoff game, everyone in the country knows Maualuga needs to be replaced.
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Old 01-13-2013, 11:48 PM
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Used to love that guy!
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Anyone want my #58 jersey?

Used to love that guy!
I got one too, it will probably end up in Goodwill sometime in 2013.
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:32 AM
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I think everyone who watches Bengal football knows Maualuga needs to be replaced.

And after the playoff game, everyone in the country knows Maualuga needs to be replaced.
The OC's and TE's around the league say hush your mouth.
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I'm still not sold on the rankings by PFF - but I would agree with them on their assessment of Rey, It is unfortunate that the guy I loved watching in college has been this bad. However, if the Bengals want to get better, they can do so easily. Heck, Skuta is better. He appears to be trying.
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I'm still not sold on the rankings by PFF - but I would agree with them on their assessment of Rey, It is unfortunate that the guy I loved watching in college has been this bad. However, if the Bengals want to get better, they can do so easily. Heck, Skuta is better. He appears to be trying.
Seems like the guys on either side of him in college might have made him look better than he is or ever was.
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Seems like the guys on either side of him in college might have made him look better than he is or ever was.
Yeah I would agree. They have both turned out to be great players.
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Used to love that guy!
I have an autographed one hanging on my wall.

Probably couldn't give it away now.
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Lol. I was real close to getting one signed after his rookie year

Just real sad disappointment as this was one that never was and seems like now never will b

I remember when we drafted him I pretty much told everyone I knew he was going to be unreal good

It seems like with all the problems we've had with our high draft lb ie injuries/arrests it would make sense the one who produces is a free agent rookie who most wrote off
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I'm still not sold on the rankings by PFF - but I would agree with them on their assessment of Rey, It is unfortunate that the guy I loved watching in college has been this bad. However, if the Bengals want to get better, they can do so easily. Heck, Skuta is better. He appears to be trying.
Some stats you just cannot argue with. He was worst in the league at his position for yards gained before a tackle.
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Old 01-14-2013, 09:54 AM
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It would be difficult to imagine anybody with even a mediocre knowledge of the game to really believe Rey is even decent at the MLB position. It is so obvious he painfully bad on the field, just pathetic at best.

The MLB position will be better next year as long as Rey is not back. I couldn't imagine anybody playing worse than he did.
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:11 AM
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But come on guys...

his hair is so cool.
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There aren't any Maualuga fanboys.
There isn't any left......They ran out of excuses for him.

I was down on RM since the middle of last season and didn't care for him at all this season.
If people played a drinking game that every time Ray missed a tackle or took a completely wrong angle they had to take a shot, they would be drunk before half time and have possible liver failure by week 12
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But come on guys...

his hair is so cool.
But not as cool as his tats!!
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He's ran his course and has become like Dexter Jackson from a few years back...

We don't want him, fans think he ***** but he keeps coming back.
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