2008 Bengals

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  1. Don Wassall

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    The Bungles are a perfect example of what's wrong with the NFL, and not just because they are the reigning champions of the league's always feverishly contested "Most Arrested Players" title. They have a mostly black offensive line that can't protect the immensely talented Carson Palmer, and an all-black defense that can't defend anything. Oh, and they have Chad "Ocho Cinco," the self-absorbed wide receiver with the maturity level of a 3-year-old.


    Ever since his affletes rallied around their new black head coach in his first season and went 11-5 and won the AFC North, it's been downhill for Marvin Lewis, toward very familiar territory for one of the NFL's perennially poorly run franchises.


    Palmer is a first overall draft pick who's been as good as advertised. He's good for 4,000+ yards and 30 or so TD throws a season -- when he has minimal protection and wide receivers that aren't injured or in jail that is.


    Black columnist Jason Whitlock noticed in a piece last year how well the relatively "whitest" teams in the NFL were doing, Indianapolis and New England in particular. Whitlock wrote that those two organizations had provided a better atmosphere for talents like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady to thrive. Cincinnati's apparent answer to Whitlock was to bring in Palmer's brother Jordan to watch from the bench while Carson gets harassed and sacked all season long.


    Oh, and the Bengals also have Harvard grad Ryan Fitzpatrick to keep things on an urbane keel in the locker room lol. Fitzpatrick is the second quarterback, Jordan Palmer is third string.


    Ben Utecht, formerly of the Colts, was signed to be the team's starting tight end, the first receiving weapon the Bengals have had at the position since, who? Dan Ross? Bob Trumpy? Utecht could be a pleasant surprise this season if Palmer has time to get the ball to him.


    Big Andrew Whitworth, the second round draft pick out of LSU in '06, is the starting left guard. Eric Ghiaciuc starts at center. Kyle Cook and Scott Kooistra are backup linemen.


    The only white defensive player on the roster is rookie Corey Lynch out of Appalachian State. Does he have a chance of eventually starting on the Bengals? Well, Kevin Kaesviharn excelled at cornerback then was demoted to backup safety and then allowed to sign with New Orleans, where he now starts. Ethan Kilmer was a backup safety last year but now he's gone. Tony Bua never made it through training camp a couple of years ago. Maybe if Lynch goes out and gets arrested five or six times in order to establish his street cred he might get an opportunity to start.


    And let's not forget WR Kevin Walter, who was used mostly by Cincinnati as a White Special Teams Demon and then allowed to leave as a free agent. Now Walter is on the Texans and some are beginning to compare him to Ed McCaffrey. Cincinnati is a black hole for white players.


    NUMBER OF WHITE STARTERS: 4


    APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF WHITE PLAYERS ON 53 MAN ROSTER: 12


    GRADE: F
     
  2. Don Wassall

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    The Bengals have been portraying Carson Palmer's injured elbow as a week to week injury, but it appears he's done for the season and will need Tommy John surgery. It was ugly watching the team's pathetic sumo-dominated line attemptto "protect" Palmer, even in the preseason. What a shame such a talent has to play for such a pathetic organization. The Bengals appear wedded to their sumos; the "venerated" Willie Anderson was kept on for years in a starting role after he was washed up before finally being let go. Marvin Lewis and his love for thugs is pathetic, but owner Mike Brown is just as bad. Re-signing Chris Henry said it all.
     
  3. Freethinker

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    I will be rooting strongly for this terrible organization to finish up 0-16. It's possible, they are halfway there. [​IMG] With a black head coach and an almost entirely black team (many of which are criminals), how could even the most brainwashed of fans not see through the black dominance myth. The black Dolphins almost went winless last year, with the only win made possible by Greg Camarillo. They added more white players in the off season and are now a respectable team. The Bengals should follow Miami's lead but I doubt the pea-brained owner will.
     
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    Bengals sole white defender, Corey Lynch is out for the remainder of season... Blangals indeed.
     
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    Bengals sign DE Josh Mallard, and G Evan Mathis to bolster their ranks of white players.
     
  6. Don Wassall

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    22 different Bengals have been placed on IR this season. Whites being more injury prone than blacks is yet another myth.
     
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    They're all feigning injury so they don't have to play on such a crappy team. [​IMG]
     
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    Bengals waive Mallard, but sign DE Harrington from Cardinals practice squad.
     
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    Bengals sign linebacker Jim Maxwell, to bring their number of white back-up defensive players to three.
     
  10. Jack Lambert

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    It looks like Marvin Lewis will again be the coach of the Bungals next year. How long will it take before this clown is fired? The team of thugs he's assembled is sickening to watch. Especially Carson Palmer and Fitzpatrick getting sacked so much behind that sumo O-Line, and the defense getting stomped on every week. Because he is black though, he will get next season, and, unless they go 0-16, probably the one after that. Mike Brown has done a horrible job with this team, and still seems to like Marvin Lewis. [​IMG]
     
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    Mike Brown was the one who decided to bring back Chris Henry again, after all his arrests and suspensions, and after all the other Bengalshad beenarrested, so it's no surprise he's sticking with Marvin Lewis. I feel badly for Carson Palmer, who is an elite quarterback but whose career is going nowhere at this point.
     
  12. Jack Lambert

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    Yeah, me too Don, I wish Palmer were on a team that actually cared about winning...
     
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    TEs Ben Utecht and Chase Coffman should be helped out by this.
     
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    It's obvious why tub o' lard, Andre Smith, is holding out... He knows he's going to be a bust and he knows he lacks durability - so he's trying to get as much guaranteed money right now.


    Cincinnati thought that, by drafting him so outrageously/ridiculously/comically high, it would "flatter him" and make him fairly easy to sign!

    These are the BUNGLES and, with or without him, they will likely be horrible and Brian Leonard will be blamed.....
     
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    I'm concerned about Carson Palmer's ankle issue.

    Will he miss most of the season again?
     
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    This is too rich. Says it all about the NFL doesn't it? Blubber Boy had just ended his holdout, showed up fatter than ever and now this:

    First-round pick Andre Smith is out indefinitely after fracturing his foot in a non-contact drill at Bengals practice Tuesday. Smith clearly wasn't in football shape when he signed his $42M rookie deal on Sunday. He, and the Bengals, are paying for it now. Coach Marvin Lewis would only say that Smith is out for "a few weeks" and confirmed he won't need surgery, but it's another setback to Smith's first-year development. Anthony Collins will likely end up starting at right tackle all season. Sep. 1 - 5:28 pm et
     
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    The sixth best college football player in the country, according to the NFL.

    Here, in a sexy topless state:

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    Here, weighing in for the drooling white scouts and DWFs:
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    Here, relaxing after the exhausting ordeal of having to run 40 yards in less than 7 seconds:
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    I read that his afflete teammates were making fun of his weight too.
     
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    That looks like it must be my favorite sumo of all time, Gilbert Brown.
     
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    OMG!!!!! I've previously posted that he isn't durable, but I didn't expect this THAT quickly!!!!!!
     
  21. Jack Lambert

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    Stuff like this happening tells me these obese "affletes" don't even do as much conditioning as High-School players do.
     
  22. Don Wassall

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    Apparently all they have to do is show a modicum of athletic ability and then get (or stay) very fat so they can "take up space"while the media hails them as great athletes.The NFL is now a league dominated by 340 pound o-linemen blocking 350 defensive tackles. It's been noted before, but it's not a whole lot different than the NHL using 350 pound "space eaters" to play goalie.
     
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    I'm still laughing. Great stuff.

    Tom Iron...
     
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    Just watched the 3rd episode of Hard Knocks. They featured Tom Nelson and Brian Leonard again. The segments were positive. It looks like both will make the team. The head coach stated that he was impressed with Brian. But we know what that means most of the time.

    The part of Andre Smiff waddling into training camp was both funny and pathetic. Just imagine if a white O-linemen came into a NFL camp like he did, fat and out of shape. He would be shunned by his teammates. But NO!,all the affelets embraced him as well as the few punk ass white players. Then what happens? He fractures a bone in his left foot on this obese body, and is gone for another month. If I am the owner I would have Andre's meals supervised. Man, the f..king NFL.

    I am sure the Owner of the Bengals has buyers remorse, WTF! If they were smart, they should have had a mini workout and phyiscal before giving him an unreal 42 million! Truely incrediable.

    Next week should be good. This series to be fair has spent a fair amount of time on Brian, Tom and Palmer.
     
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    Westside I didn't watch the show Hardknocks but I did read an article that Smith was made fun of alot by his teammates because of his weight.
     

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