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  • #31
    I've been saying it all along... but I think the QB for Cincy is already on the roster. ;)
    Last edited by Bengalsrz; 12-26-2010, 06:08 PM.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Bengalsrz View Post
      I've been saying it all along... but I think the QB for Cincy is already on the roster. ;)
      He was golden today, but they were playing Norvell Turner. 2 fly patterns in 3 plays, both times receivers wide open, what did that show you?that Norvell doesnt know jack about defense? yeah maybe

      Cincy has some huge other needs besides QB.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by LizardState View Post
        He was golden today, but they were playing Norvell Turner. 2 fly patterns in 3 plays, both times receivers wide open, what did that show you?that Norvell doesnt know jack about defense? yeah maybe

        Cincy has some huge other needs besides QB.
        well thats why Rivera is responsible for the Defense.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by LizardState View Post
          He was golden today, but they were playing Norvell Turner. 2 fly patterns in 3 plays, both times receivers wide open, what did that show you?that Norvell doesnt know jack about defense? yeah maybe

          Cincy has some huge other needs besides QB.
          Number 1 rated Defense going into this game.


          RIP themaninblack

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          • #35
            How bout a McNabb, Owens reunion?

            By:BK the God

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Polamalu_is_God View Post
              How bout a McNabb, Owens reunion?
              Owens is done in Cincy and McNabb sucks so unless they both go to Minneosta or someone like that


              RIP themaninblack

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              • #37
                I want to see Palmer with a new OC before I'm completely ready to get rid of him. I wouldnt mind drafting a QB early but he's got another 1-2 years left in him, methinks. He's looked pretty darn impressive with the Ocho and TO not playing. I'd like to see him have a year with these young receiving targets minus those two. He's not the QB he used to be but I still think he could be an asset to this team going forward.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by themaninblack View Post
                  I want to see Palmer with a new OC before I'm completely ready to get rid of him. I wouldnt mind drafting a QB early but he's got another 1-2 years left in him, methinks. He's looked pretty darn impressive with the Ocho and TO not playing. I'd like to see him have a year with these young receiving targets minus those two. He's not the QB he used to be but I still think he could be an asset to this team going forward.
                  This.

                  I think it's proven to be a whole lot easier for Carson playing without the boneheads. There's no pressure to force the ball in a direction and no quota for these receivers. He can make his own decisions rather than have to worry about those two being unhappy. That's why I think he deserves another shot behind an improved OL with a first round WR in the fold. I wouldn't mind a guy like Newton early if it meant he'd be sitting for a year or two behind Palmer. That's a very expensive plan but it's not a bad one.

                  I think he's proven, to some of us at least, that he has a few decent years left in him. Arm strength certainly didn't appear to be an obstacle last Sunday. I look forward to the possibility of winding up with a receiving core including Julio Jones, Jordan Shipley, and Jermaine Gresham. If Jerome Simpson continues to develop he could make things very interesting and make this WR group much more complete than originally anticipated.

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                  • #39
                    Oooo, I like how you put Julio in there...

                    Bonekrusher.

                    Originally posted by JordanTaber
                    Football...it's rocket surgery now, folks.

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                    • #40
                      Simpson was a guy that I liked in the draft a couple of years ago with those freakishly large hands of his. And I don't know what it is but it seems like Palmer torches the Chargers every time. I just dont know if they're going to want to bring him back with that huge contract.
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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by San Diego Chicken View Post
                        Simpson was a guy that I liked in the draft a couple of years ago with those freakishly large hands of his. And I don't know what it is but it seems like Palmer torches the Chargers every time. I just dont know if they're going to want to bring him back with that huge contract.
                        If he can convince them that he's able to win then I think he's back. It's a little late, but I think that's exactly what he's been doing now. He's playing with a very young team and around him a lot of guys should improve. You might also get Andre Smith getting comfortable at the NFL level, if (and yes, it's a big if) he's able to stay healthy during training camp/preseason. No Chad & T.O. in the team's future looks like a great thing.

                        Ideally, you'd like him to take a pay-cut but if he elects not to, I really don't see the Bengals dropping him without anything close to a plan at the most important position in football. I don't think you drop Carson and accept a losing season in 11'; there will be more pressure to win games next season than to free cap space. Selling tickets still has to be one of the biggest priorities for the team and winning sells. Get rid of Palmer and the Bengals don't have a chance.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by ThePudge View Post
                          If he can convince them that he's able to win then I think he's back. It's a little late, but I think that's exactly what he's been doing now. He's playing with a very young team and around him a lot of guys should improve. You might also get Andre Smith getting comfortable at the NFL level, if (and yes, it's a big if) he's able to stay healthy during training camp/preseason. No Chad & T.O. in the team's future looks like a great thing.

                          Ideally, you'd like him to take a pay-cut but if he elects not to, I really don't see the Bengals dropping him without anything close to a plan at the most important position in football. I don't think you drop Carson and accept a losing season in 11'; there will be more pressure to win games next season than to free cap space. Selling tickets still has to be one of the biggest priorities for the team and winning sells. Get rid of Palmer and the Bengals don't have a chance.
                          True. If the Bengals got rid of Palmer this season and went after another young quarterback, it would be difficult them to win as many games as they are now. Especially in that division. At the same time, I think Palmer needs to be replaced. He's just too inconsistent. Perhaps it's the coaching as well. I'm not sure as I don't see a lot of their contests. Marvin Lewis deserves the boot too, but I don't think Mike Brown is going to pull the trigger. He never does. Shame, I really liked Palmer, but he's just gotten worse as time has gone on.

                          If the Bengals can find a way to keep Palmer on the roster and also draft a young quarterback with promise...it would be a good plan like you eluded to earlier.
                          Last edited by Ness; 12-28-2010, 05:03 AM.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Ness View Post
                            True. If the Bengals got rid of Palmer this season and went after another young quarterback, it would be difficult them to win as many games as they are now. Especially in that division. At the same time, I think Palmer needs to be replaced. He's just too inconsistent. Perhaps it's the coaching as well. I'm not sure as I don't see a lot of their contests. Marvin Lewis deserves the boot too, but I don't think Mike Brown is going to pull the trigger. He never does. Shame, I really liked Palmer, but he's just gotten worse as time has gone on.

                            If the Bengals can find a way to keep Palmer on the roster and also draft a young quarterback with promise...it would be a good plan like you eluded to earlier.
                            I agree with those that say Palmer's age/injuries have rendered him a pretty inconsistent player week-to-week. I just don't think things worked in his favor this year. During their ten game losing streak their pass-protection was often shaky, there were a depressing amount of OL penalties, and he obviously didn't have an easy time throwing to a couple of the more drop-prone/mistake-prone receivers in football in T.O. and Chad.

                            The Offensive Coordinator and Carson both felt pressure to involve T.O. and Chad, so there's a huge amount of forced balls this season. Give me Carson as a veteran QB with young guys Julio Jones/A.J. Green, Jordan Shipley, Jerome Simpson, Andre Caldwell, and Jermaine Gresham. Tell those guys to do something and they won't talk back, they'll do their best (which may or may not be enough to win games.) I trust that any and all of the above would put in more time with Carson than Chad/T.O. did. There just wasn't any trust between QB and WR this season and maybe that's partly on Carson, but T.O/Chad isolating themselves on the sideline then bashing the team doesn't help.

                            Try to patch up the OL, re-work the WRs & add a talented, young #1, and for the love of God get the team a new Offensive Coordinator. Then we'll see if Carson has enough left to win. When he feels comfortable (like last week vs. San Diego) Palmer can still kill you.

                            I'd welcome a Top 10 Quarterback as long as we kept Carson, but if we're keeping him, I think a Top 10 receiver gives the team their best chance to win next season.

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                            • #44
                              A change of scenery might help Palmer. Wouldn't be surprised if Arizona went after him.

                              "Every light must fade, every heart return to darkness!"
                              -San Francisco 49ers: Five Time Super Bowl Champions-
                              Originally posted by Borat
                              Oh, my bad. Didn't realize SWDC was the pinnacle of class and grace.

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