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Old 02-11-2013, 06:42 PM
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Sign: Reggie Bush, Mike Wallace
Re-sign-Andre Smith, Michael Johnson, Kevin Huber, Adam Jones, Terence Newman, Josh Brown, Wallace Gilberry, Cedric Peerman, Thomas Howard, Chris Crocker, Clark Harris, Pat Sims, Dan Skuta, Robert Geathers

Draft:
1. Kenny Vacarro-The best safety in the draft and finally the starting safety of the present and future. The Bengals have never spent a high pick on safety and it's time they do so in the first round.

2a. Justin Hunter-A 6'4 and athletic receiver to pair with AJ. We put Sanu in the slot and Hawkins and Jones compete for the 4th spot. Surround Andy with as many weapons as possible and he will flourish.

2b. Arthur Brown-A backer who should be able to do it all but especially will help with pass coverage. A sure tackler and the unquestionable star of the TCU defense. A nice value pick at a position of need right here.

3. Tharold Simon-A tall cover corner who can matchup with some of the bigger receivers. A playmaker at LSU with 4 picks last year. Nice insurance policy at corner.

4. Mike Gillislee-The 3rd RB in a revamped rotation. He can run extremely well and should be able to handle the AFC North defenses with his quickness and cutting ability.

5. Xavier Nixon-A solid o-line prospect in the mold of Anthony Collins a few years ago. Should bolster the depth at the tackle spots. Nice value here.

6a. Michael Buchanon-Another value pick in the mold of what we have done in the draft the last couple years. Take the best available and let them develop until their time comes. He is a 6'5 DE who can rush the passer well and can challenge for a backup spot right away.

6b. Jordan Rodgers-Not a great quarterback to say the least but is the best one available at this spot. Not going to be a starter but I think he could be a good #2 QB someday.
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:54 PM
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by xwhodey77 View Post
Sign: Reggie Bush, Mike Wallace
Re-sign-Andre Smith, Michael Johnson, Kevin Huber, Adam Jones, Terence Newman, Josh Brown, Wallace Gilberry, Cedric Peerman, Thomas Howard, Chris Crocker, Clark Harris, Pat Sims, Dan Skuta, Robert Geathers

Draft:
1. Kenny Vacarro-The best safety in the draft and finally the starting safety of the present and future. The Bengals have never spent a high pick on safety and it's time they do so in the first round.

2a. Justin Hunter-A 6'4 and athletic receiver to pair with AJ. We put Sanu in the slot and Hawkins and Jones compete for the 4th spot. Surround Andy with as many weapons as possible and he will flourish.

2b. Arthur Brown-A backer who should be able to do it all but especially will help with pass coverage. A sure tackler and the unquestionable star of the TCU defense. A nice value pick at a position of need right here.

3. Tharold Simon-A tall cover corner who can matchup with some of the bigger receivers. A playmaker at LSU with 4 picks last year. Nice insurance policy at corner.

4. Mike Gillislee-The 3rd RB in a revamped rotation. He can run extremely well and should be able to handle the AFC North defenses with his quickness and cutting ability.

5. Xavier Nixon-A solid o-line prospect in the mold of Anthony Collins a few years ago. Should bolster the depth at the tackle spots. Nice value here.

6a. Michael Buchanon-Another value pick in the mold of what we have done in the draft the last couple years. Take the best available and let them develop until their time comes. He is a 6'5 DE who can rush the passer well and can challenge for a backup spot right away.

6b. Jordan Rodgers-Not a great quarterback to say the least but is the best one available at this spot. Not going to be a starter but I think he could be a good #2 QB someday.

Arthur Brown doesnt play fro TCU
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:49 PM
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So u wanna sign mike Wallace and draft Hunter at 2A. Bengals aren't that shallow at receiver.
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Old 02-11-2013, 10:46 PM
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Yeah you didn't even mention Wallace in the WR rotation in your Hunter explanation...

I'm not feeling the draft no LB mock.
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its a waste
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:50 AM
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Are we pretending the cap won't exist in future years or do you plan to let Geno, Dunlap, AJ walk by tying up all that money in deals for FA's and Andre/MJ?

Not only that, but at some point we will have to pay big money to a QB, whether it's Dalton or someone else.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:37 PM
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So u wanna sign mike Wallace and draft Hunter at 2A. Bengals aren't that shallow at receiver.
We know MB isn't going to make a big splash in free agency so might as well just forget about Wallace.
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Sign: Reggie Bush, Mike Wallace
Re-sign-Andre Smith, Michael Johnson, Kevin Huber, Adam Jones, Terence Newman, Josh Brown, Wallace Gilberry, Cedric Peerman, Thomas Howard, Chris Crocker, Clark Harris, Pat Sims, Dan Skuta, Robert Geathers

Draft:
1. Kenny Vacarro-The best safety in the draft and finally the starting safety of the present and future. The Bengals have never spent a high pick on safety and it's time they do so in the first round.

2a. Justin Hunter-A 6'4 and athletic receiver to pair with AJ. We put Sanu in the slot and Hawkins and Jones compete for the 4th spot. Surround Andy with as many weapons as possible and he will flourish.

2b. Arthur Brown-A backer who should be able to do it all but especially will help with pass coverage. A sure tackler and the unquestionable star of the TCU defense. A nice value pick at a position of need right here.

3. Tharold Simon-A tall cover corner who can matchup with some of the bigger receivers. A playmaker at LSU with 4 picks last year. Nice insurance policy at corner.

4. Mike Gillislee-The 3rd RB in a revamped rotation. He can run extremely well and should be able to handle the AFC North defenses with his quickness and cutting ability.

5. Xavier Nixon-A solid o-line prospect in the mold of Anthony Collins a few years ago. Should bolster the depth at the tackle spots. Nice value here.

6a. Michael Buchanon-Another value pick in the mold of what we have done in the draft the last couple years. Take the best available and let them develop until their time comes. He is a 6'5 DE who can rush the passer well and can challenge for a backup spot right away.

6b. Jordan Rodgers-Not a great quarterback to say the least but is the best one available at this spot. Not going to be a starter but I think he could be a good #2 QB someday.

get gillislee outa there then i might look at it.
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Old 02-14-2013, 09:21 AM
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get gillislee outa there then i might look at it.
You must have looked at it if you saw that Gillislee was in there
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