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He actually played the week after the punch and scored 2 TDs (one a 38 yarder) on only 4 carries.
Interesting.
Maybe he said something about should have gone to Vandy because their coaches all have hot wives and Sumlin took it personally.
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Interesting.
Maybe he said something about should have gone to Vandy because their coaches all have hot wives and Sumlin took it personally.
Personally, just think it was more of Sumlin trying to build for the future with Johnny Football and Molena. Michael probably thought Sumlin was limiting him too much and expressed his views.

Christine shoulda went to USC if he was looking for hot wives.
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Personally, just think it was more of Sumlin trying to build for the future with Johnny Football and Molena. Michael probably thought Sumlin was limiting him too much and expressed his views.

Christine shoulda went to USC if he was looking for hot wives.
Yeah but you have to be pretty hard to switch to USC right now
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I didn't know Rex Burkhead was in this class, I would love him in the later rounds, especially if we don't re-sign Leonard.
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Robbie Rouse. Enough said.
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Old 01-16-2013, 12:46 AM
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Eddie Lacy
Christine Michael
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I didn't know Rex Burkhead was in this class, I would love him in the later rounds, especially if we don't re-sign Leonard.
To keep up the white running back quota?
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To keep up the white running back quota?
Because he's a good pass catcher out of the backfield and ideal for RBBC. His career YPA is 5.2. His career YPC is 8.4(60 catches, 507 yards, 5 TD). He has 632 carries, 3,332 yards and 30 rushing TDs in 4 seasons he probably would have had more yards and TDs if a sprained knee didn't sideline him for 6 games.

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I see my boy Robbie Rouse is a replacement to the Senior Bowl. Maybe the Bengals coaching staff will notice the guy with the best plant and change direction move in the draft.
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1. Ball
2. Ellington
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IMO, there's enough value in the mid-rounds with guys like Michael Dyer, Mike Gillislee, Montee Ball, Christine Michael, LeVeon Bell, Johnathon Franklin, Kenyon Barner, Cierre Wood, Lattimore (albeit, on PS for 1-2 years), etc.. to avoid the RB position in the first 3 rounds. Other, obvious needs (S, OL, LB, DE) can be addressed early. The FA process will clear up some of the team needs, but at least 2 of the listed "needs" will still be needs in fact. I'd rather see the Bengals draft two mid-round RB's than burn early picks on any of the top few.
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Eddie Lacy is no doubt the guy I want. He is finally healthy and completely undressed a stout ND defense in the title game. I think right now we could take him at 37 but if he has a good combine we will have to use 21. The rest of these RB's are talented but I wouldn't take any of them higher than the 3rd round.

1. Eddie Lacy
2. Montee Ball
3. Kenjon Barner
4. Joseph Randle
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IMO, there's enough value in the mid-rounds with guys like Michael Dyer, Mike Gillislee, Montee Ball, Christine Michael, LeVeon Bell, Johnathon Franklin, Kenyon Barner, Cierre Wood, Lattimore (albeit, on PS for 1-2 years), etc.. to avoid the RB position in the first 3 rounds. Other, obvious needs (S, OL, LB, DE) can be addressed early. The FA process will clear up some of the team needs, but at least 2 of the listed "needs" will still be needs in fact. I'd rather see the Bengals draft two mid-round RB's than burn early picks on any of the top few.
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My top ten right now...............

1- Lacy
2- Bernard
3- Bell
4- Ellington
5- Michael
6- Randle
7- Ball
8- Barner
9- Dennis Johnson
10- Franklin
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franklin is a beast
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franklin is a beast


He impressed me everytime i watched him play.
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He impressed me everytime i watched him play.
Musta missed UCLA's Bowl Game.
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Musta missed UCLA's Bowl Game.


I did. Had a bad game eh?
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Old 01-26-2013, 05:00 PM
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Best RB by most value with where they will be drafted.
Christine Michael RD 3
Zach Stacy RD 5/6
Joseph Randle RD 2/3
Eddie Lacy RD 1/2
Michael Dyer RD 4/5
Jawan Jamison RD 3
Andre Ellington RD 2/3
Montee Ball RD 2/3
Giovani Bernard RD 2
Mike Gillislee RD 3
Jonathan Franklin RD 3/4
Leveon Bell RD 3
Dennis Johnson RD 5/6
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Just been watching Christine Michael videos. He is alot better then I ever realized. Who did he punch?
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Musta missed UCLA's Bowl Game.
one bad game doesn't take away a great season and college career he had.
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one bad game doesn't take away a great season and college career he had.
No doubt, but it probably goes against the quote "He impressed me everytime i watched him play."
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Eddie Lacy
Giovani Bernard
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I can name about 10 RBs in this year's draft class who I like. None of them has really seperated himself from the pack. There isn't one guy I think the Bengals definitely need to draft that guy to upgrade the position. I'll be happy with 1 or 2 of the RBs I like so far, even if it is as late as the 6th round.

Lacy, Bernard, Ellington, Randle, Franklin, Taylor, Bell, Barner, Wood, K. Williams, D. Johnson.

If Lattimore hadn't gotten hurt, he would be the only RB I would have considered in the 1st round. Now, I'd take a flyer no higher than 5th round and I wouldn't expect him to play in 2013.
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Not in any draft order, just my favorites.
1. Le'veon Bell
2. Robbie Rouse
3. Mike Gillislee
4. Eddie Lacy
5. Jonathan Franklin
I think if Bell can run in the mid 4.5s in the 40 at the combine, he can improve his stock probably more than any other RB because I think the biggest question mark with him is his speed.

If he has decent speed, I'd love to see him with the Bengals next year because he is a three down back who can catch and pass protect and that would allow BJGE to do what he does best, short yardage and goal line.
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