The Bengals are annually amongst Caste Football's "most despised teams" due to their history of giving 2nd, 3rd or 4th chances to criminal thugs of the darker persuasion. Of course Matt Jones, the White poster-boy of crime in the NFL for engaging in a victimless crime, was cut by this "bleeding heart" franchise. Normally I would not waste time writing about "Marvin X" Lewis, one of the longest tenured bad coaches in the NFL, and his squad but the Bengals drafted 3 of the more intriguing White prospects. I think we were all shocked that they selected premier pass-catching TE Tyler Eifert, athletic freakazoid DE Margus "Eastern Block" Hunt and powerful and shifty RB Rex Burkhead. Caption: The Eifert Tower, Future Star? Jermaine Gresham is a good player but hardly the star expected as a former 1st round pick. I'd expect Eifert to play often in 2 tight end sets, where he can be moved around to exploit match-ups. I've read he's being used as a slot receiver as well. Hopefully in the future he will overtake Gresham as the #1. Caption: The Hunt For Playing Time On A Blacks-only Defense With his elite combination of length, frame, burst and upper body strength he could be an unstoppable pass rushing force. He also should block lots of passes like JJ Watt. His rotational snaps should increase as his football IQ increases. Caption: Routinely Underrated Rex Following in the NFL tradition, Rex was drafted by the same team that picked the "premier" running back in the same draft, Giovani Bernard. He'll assuredly be stuck behind him for years. Jacob Hester or Toby Gerhart anyone? It seems Rex will battle a slew of mediocre players in Peerman, Scott and Herron for the 3rd string back job. He'll have to prove he can play special teams too. I wouldn't expect more than a 3rd down role initially but eventually he could push Green-Ellis, a plodder if ever there was one, for his job. Or heck, he might get cut. This is the NFL after all! This year the Bengals are featured on HBO's Hard Knocks again. Usually I wouldn't watch this mind-numbing, ebonics laden, negro love-fest but according to this article there could be some storylines of note to us. http://ftw.usatoday.com/2013/07/five-expected-storylines-on-the-bengals-season-of-hard-knocks/ -"Rex Burkheadâ€™s quest to make the team" -"The machine that is Margus Hunt" -"Andy Dalton and A.J. Green" The first 2 are no-brainers and Dalton (and even Green) are likeable guys. Maybe I'll watch my first Hard Knocks episode ever. The Bengals look to start 5 Whites: QB Andy Dalton LT Andrew Whitworth LG Clint Boling C Trevor Robinson RG Kevin Zeitler A 6th White in Eifert could start if they run a double tight end set. Other White guys of note are WRs Dane Sanzenbacher and Ryan Whalen. Sanzenbacher you'll remember from his days on the Bears suffering under "Uncle Tom" Lovie Smiff. Now he's fortunate to play under another anti-White but married to a White wife (prostitute?) head coach in Lewis. He's stuck behind slot receiver Andrew Hawkins and may be cut eventually. Caption: Sanzenbacher, German For Screwed Over? Other White guys include: QB John Skelton, Zac Robinson T Dennis Roland, Tanner Hawkinson, Reid Fragel G Mike Pollak C Kyle Cook, T.J. Johnson LB J.K. Schaffer All in all 19 guys plus the 3 special teamers. Depressing as a unit but could be fun to watch Andy Dalton further develop, Rex Burhead get some carries, Tyler Eifert develop into a pass catching weapon, Margus Hunt terrorize opposing quarterbacks and either Dane Sanzenbacher or Ryan Whalen catching some passes.