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I realize you're just taunting the Bengals posters to start crap, but honestly are you oblivious to everything that has happened in Cincinnati recently?
Anyways, the lose will hurt, obviously. No Bengals fan is going to tell you that Caldwell is better than Housh right now. But he has the potential. And honestly, both Chad and Chris Henry are better than Housh. Yes. Chris "Jail is my home away from home" Henry is better than Houshmandzadeh.
The Bengals may not be very good at many things, but they certainly know how to find receivers. That's why none of us cried about the Jerome Simpson pick and it's why none of us are crying right now.
If Chris Henry can stay outta trouble, he's gonna be the next big guy at receiver. Roddy White-esque.
"If they're fair, we'll make history. If not, we can still hang out and be friends."
that made me laugh
Seriously, I hate this guy's ego and attitude. Him and Chad Johnson and Chris Henry, I dislike them all. I feel sorry for Carson.
Plus the Bengals were stupid to sign Ben Utecht from the Colts. I didn't want to say it then to not hurt the fans' feelings, but he's an alright guy except he fumbles and can't stay healthy. The latter they saw for themselves in his first season in Cincy.
Hopefully Crabtree falls to the Bengals so Palmer can have a really great trio of Crabtree, Caldwell, and Simpson. Guys willing to play the game without absurd egos and bad character screwing it all up.
Pugnacity, testosterone, truculence, and belligerence.
well theres a good chance the giants are out of this. They've been interviewing DL and got Boley.
Our top 3 needs are: WR, OLB, and arguably DT. reason why i say arguably is because some feel we need an OT or a RB.
But from our signing of Boley and possibly Canty or Bernard, it shows we're looking to move up for a WR.
That said i do think he goes to the eagles, even though i really cant imagine him in a eagles uniform, he's got a QB that when healthy is top 5 in the league, its not as windy and as cold as it is in seattle, and Also because eagles were just in the playoffs almost to the superbowl.
Last year Cincy played NFC East, so he knows how he'll be doing against them. And although he didnt have a great OL or healthy QB he had a TD against the Giants and 2 against Cowboys, TIED THE EAGLES :), and didnt do well against the redskins.
But his numbers were against NFC East
34 catches, 400 yards, 4 TDs (all of his TDs were against NFC East teams) and avged 11.8 yards per catch.
two years ago, against NFC West:
33 catches, 340 yards, 2 TDs (12 TDs that season) and avged 10.3 yards in a year in which the offense was better and healthier.
The numbers are pretty close, but you can see that even in his decline he still did better against the NFC east than when he was playing well against NFC west teams.