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Old 01-29-2013, 12:22 PM
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Probably lost out to Gruden on who the next back were going to draft. Anderson wants a Montee Ball type and Gruden wants a Gio Bernard type.
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Him deciding to retire now; makes me wonder if Gruden is lobbying
heavily for Giovanni Bernard to be drafted. This guy seems to model himself after Rice.
Maybe this is the direction the team is headed with more RBBC and Anderson has just
decided he isn't interested.
It seems odd to retire after 29 years and not just push for a nice round 30.


5'11, 205 is short and stocky?
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:26 PM
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I hope me calling him a moron didnt have anything to do with it.
I think it does Weezy.
http://boards.bengals.com/showthread.php?t=108654

Can you call Paul Alexander a moron? Jonathan Hayes too?
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I wonder what horrible option at running back they told him they were going to acquire to make him retire all of the sudden?
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:43 PM
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I wonder what horrible option at running back they told him they were going to acquire to make him retire all of the sudden?
What if he was actually let go and then decided to retire?
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Interesting if Gruden has the kind of pull to force Anderson out.
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:46 PM
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Probably lost out to Gruden on who the next back were going to draft. Anderson wants a Montee Ball type and Gruden wants a Gio Bernard type.
Montee isn't Anderson's style. He probably wants someone like Lacy, a bruiser. Montee is more of a Ray Rice type of back. Which is not Anderson's type.
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Interesting if Gruden has the kind of pull to force Anderson out.
In a perfect world, he should. It is a coordinator and a position coach.
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....wrong offensive position coach....shoulda been another one whose last name starts with "A"....
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In a perfect world, he should. It is a coordinator and a position coach.
True. It's just that it took Marvin 8 years to get rid of Brat... Anderson seems like he would have been protected more. Especially with Gruden still trying to gain his footing (to put it nicely) as an OC in this league.
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:56 PM
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True. It's just that it took Marvin 8 years to get rid of Brat... Anderson seems like he would have been protected more. Especially with Gruden still trying to gain his footing (to put it nicely) as an OC in this league.
I would guess that seniority counts with the Bengals. Hey, 29 years as a position coach is long enough. He served his time and now he gets a well deserved rest. I don't think new blood will hurt a bit.
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This is a quote of the conversation between Jim, Marvin and Mike Brown and his retirement:

Jim: Marvin why am I out?

Marvin: You're not a wartime RB Coach, Jim. Things may get rough with the moves we're trying.

Mike Brown: Jim, I advised Marvin. I never thought you were a bad RB coach. Marvin has all my confidence as..as do you. But there are reasons why you must have no part nothing in what's going to happen.

Jim: Maybe I could help.

Marvin: You're out, Jim
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This is a quote of the conversation between Jim, Marvin and Mike Brown and his retirement:

Jim: Marvin why am I out?

Marvin: You're not a wartime RB Coach, Jim. Things may get rough with the moves we're trying.

Mike Brown: Jim, I advised Marvin. I never thought you were a bad RB coach. Marvin has all my confidence as..as do you. But there are reasons why you must have no part nothing in what's going to happen.

Jim: Maybe I could help.

Marvin: You're out, Jim
Is their a punchline in there or something? I must have missed it.....
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This is a quote of the conversation between Jim, Marvin and Mike Brown and his retirement:

Jim: Marvin why am I out?

Marvin: You're not a wartime RB Coach, Jim. Things may get rough with the moves we're trying.

Mike Brown: Jim, I advised Marvin. I never thought you were a bad RB coach. Marvin has all my confidence as..as do you. But there are reasons why you must have no part nothing in what's going to happen.

Jim: Maybe I could help.

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Is their a punchline in there or something? I must have missed it.....
Its the dialogue in the Godfather when Tom Hagen (James Duvall) is ousted as Consigliere, becoming merely an advisor.

Which lasts all of 20 minutes or so in the film lol.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:41 PM
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Its the dialogue in the Godfather when Tom Hagen (James Duvall) is ousted as Consigliere, becoming merely an advisor.

Which lasts all of 20 minutes or so in the film lol.
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Thanks. I have never been able to sit through the god father.

Hey, Yo!

That's just because you haven't had an offer you can't refuse, ya' know?
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Thanks. I have never been able to sit through the god father.
The second I find to be so massively overrated, its ridiculous; 3 is a superior film in all aspects, IMO, aside from the acting, which is paltry in comparison to the other 2 films.

1 is just cinema perfection though. If an Italian watches it and doesn't feel proud or at home, then you aren't an Italian; even if you aren't from Sicily you'll feel this way.
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5'11, 205 is short and stocky?
I was referring to his playing style being similar to that of Rice.
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Best wishes on your retirement Coach. May your dreams the rest of your life take you to a happy place where you are watching Jim Brown and Barry Sanders in Bengals uniforms running freely into the endzone.
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Probably lost out to Gruden on who the next back were going to draft. Anderson wants a Montee Ball type and Gruden wants a Gio Bernard type.
Nah, neither Bernard or Ball are Anderson type RBs. And those are probably the type of players Gruden is looking to bring in.
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Nah, neither Bernard or Ball are Anderson type RBs. And those are probably the type of players Gruden is looking to bring in.
Get the Wisconsen Center and RB call it a day.
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http://www.bengals.com/news/article-...5-23be8662f330
Damn! Maybe they are going to run with my Dunlap to RB move?

Does Hue move onto that side of the ball or do they bring in someone tied to our new RB?
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