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    Yesterday, 08:10 PM
    Very true. However that guy the Pats drafted had a 20 and 5 record as a starter. And Completed 62% of his passes in college, not just 50%. To put things in perspective. That guy the Pats drafted in the 6th round had only 6 qbs taken before he was drafted. So I would say he was probably rated around the 7th best qb coming out and not near the 19th rated. I get your point, but not the best comparison lol.
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    Yesterday, 01:04 PM
    I agree. However I am waiting until after the draft to say anything for sure. This draft is one of the most important drafts they have had since the 2011 draft.
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    Yesterday, 01:04 PM
    I agree. However I am waiting until after the draft to say anything for sure. This draft is one of the most important drafts they have had since the 2011 draft.
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    Apr 21, 17, 09:42 PM
    Exactly!
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    Apr 21, 17, 02:59 PM
    He will fall to the second round and the bengals will get him then :D
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    Apr 21, 17, 02:51 PM
    Maybe. Last year didn't look to difficult either before the season started. The NFC East was horrible the year before last year. So it looked like it wouldn't be to hard, but then the NFC ended up being possibly the best division in football. You just never know in this league.
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    Apr 21, 17, 09:39 AM
    Not really imo. As much as I would have loved to see him on a roster in the NFL. His numbers don't suggest he should be. He struggled very much with accuracy in college. He completed only 50 percent of his passes while at UK and had only a 51 completion rate this year at Boston College. That doesn't translate well to the NFL when passing windows are much smaller. He is the typical qb size teams want. However other than that, there is nothing...
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    Apr 21, 17, 09:34 AM
    I will wait until after the draft to make any predictions. The schedule looks very manageable though. Last year's did too at first though because the NFC east was horrible the year before and then ended up being one of the best last year. So you just never truly know how tough a schedule will be. I think in terms of when games are and who against, byes, and what not it played out well for the Bengals.
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    Apr 21, 17, 09:31 AM
    UK plays in Nashville that same weekend against Vandy when the Bengals play the Titans. So looks like I am making plans for a Nashville trip this November.
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    Apr 20, 17, 09:08 PM
    I can't wait to hear Hellbird opinion on this one. He isn't going to like this ranking I don't think. I think 15 is exactly what Lewis is. His record also shoes it. Not great but not horrible. His overall record is slightly better than average and this ranking has him right in the middle as average. His ranking looks about right to me.
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    Apr 19, 17, 10:57 PM
    Yes and no. Honestly I never even heard of Tyreke Hills problems until he started tearing it up last year and people talked about what happened. The whole country knows and has seen Mixons incident. The backlash with him will probably be national news.
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    Apr 18, 17, 11:01 AM
    Even though I think Corey Davis will be the better wr. I would be happy with this. I just think Williams is going to struggle to get seperation in the NFL. However I been wrong a lot lately, so he probably will tear it up.
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    Apr 15, 17, 11:05 PM
    They should have drafted Murray instead of Dunn they drafted last year. He would have added another shooter that they needed.
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    Apr 15, 17, 11:03 PM
    This is the first time in a long time, that the East actually is tough enough to make it tough for a LeBron led team to make it to the finals. Have to wonder how many titles or should say how many less titles LeBron may have if he had always played in the West.
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    Apr 15, 17, 10:23 PM
    First round exit to a top 10 1A team in the state is a pretty big jump. I hope you are right. I would love to see them continue to improve. I love seeing NKY small school teams make runs in the playoffs. What's their schedule like this year? Is there more competition to truly tell that they are a top 10 team? Or will it have to wait until the playoffs to tell?
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    Apr 15, 17, 08:01 PM
    At the end of the day Melo messed things up for himself at the end of his Denver days. If I remember correctly he was on the last year of his contract, and could have joined the Knicks at the end of that season or maybe the season after. Which if he would have waited instead of pushing for the trade. He could have joined the Knicks with the nice young talent they had in place. Instead he kept pushing for the trade right then, and the Knicks...
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    Apr 15, 17, 10:47 AM
    I hope you are right and he does get drafted.
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    Apr 14, 17, 03:46 PM
    I think you're reaching quite a bit here. What other reasons would he need helmets that can be passed as game used. Imo that is pretty cut and clear. I think Eli simply messed up and probably didn't even think it was a big deal at the time or would ever catch up to him. Just simply admit it and move on. Compensate the people that it effected and move on. This will only become a bigger story the more it goes on.
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    Apr 14, 17, 03:21 PM
    I just watched it. I definitely enjoyed it. I admit I was not a fan of Cal at all before he came to UK. I know a lot of UK fans may not like it. However at the end of the day, what he does is truly what a coach should do. A coach should do what is best for their players and not what's best for himself or the program. Cal honestly with as good of a sales person as he is. Probably could have convinced some of these guys to come back during...
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    Apr 14, 17, 12:57 AM
    With his injury last year. Would he be one of those guys who theoretically could apply for a 6th year of eligibility? Or did the 2 full games he played last year cost him from applying for an additional year? I ask because if say he doesn't win the job this year. Could he possibly do the grad transfer route after this year and play right away and possibly have 2 years left still?
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    Apr 14, 17, 12:52 AM
    Standard procedure. The Bengals do this every year for local kids.
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    Apr 12, 17, 01:39 PM
    With 3 players who been to the final four the year before and knew what it takes to get there. 3 guys who knew the work needed in practice to get there. Guys like Miller, Lamb, and Jones. Mkg was no doubt a leader type. However it's not like he was a leader trying to teach all freshmen how to play college ball. Which is what we will have this season. He had 3 guys who had been there before and done that already on the team with him. That...
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    Apr 12, 17, 01:30 PM
    Which is very well possible. We been spoiled here at UK with so many freshman who come in right away with well polished games. That we seem to forget that people can improve a lot from one year to the next. At the beginning of this year Bam sucked at rebounding the ball. By the end of the year he finally learned how to position himself better to get those rebounds. Plus developed a little hook shot he didn't have to start the year. He...
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    Apr 12, 17, 01:18 PM
    Disagree. Without experienced leaders. Many of these freshman don't know the level they need to work at in practice to get better. They don't know how to push each other to the level they need to get to in practice to get better, because none of them have ever played a game. Talent and experience is much better leadership, because of the work those players already know that needs to happen to be successful. Yes a freshman can be a vocal...
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    Apr 11, 17, 11:06 PM
    Agreed VOR. People act like the Bengals are in desperate need for draft picks. They already have 11 this year. Their key pieces are still around. They are just trying to add new younger talent around. They are in a position where they can risk losing McCarron for nothing after this year, because it is more important to have him this year as insurance if Dalton gets hurt. Honestly I think the Bengals also want to keep McCarron just in case...
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    Apr 11, 17, 11:02 PM
    I don't think they are changing their draft strategy at all. I think all along they been planning on taking player who will make the most impact right away. Which at number 9 is not a DE, unless someone falls. This imo does signal their thinking all along, and doesn't change their strategy. They know they can also get a pass rusher de later rounds. This guy just adds to the competition.
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    Apr 11, 17, 06:57 PM
    This draft is suppose to be deep in pass rushing DEs. So I do think it shows us they may not think one will be there worth the 1st pick. Then the signing of Minter, I think shows they are not as high on Foster at 9 as some people think. I do think it shows they will go with a player who can make an immediate impact. Which means will be on the offensive side of the ball imo.
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    Apr 11, 17, 11:44 AM
    I think the Bengals are definitely going offense now, unless someone falls that they didn't expect to fall. I just hope the DL Allen from Bama is not there when the Bengals pick. With shoulder problems and also not having a true position for a 4 3 defense. I think he would be a bust for the Bengals.
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    Apr 11, 17, 11:42 AM
    It is considering the Bengals gave up nothing for him and the Jags obviously didn't think he was going to be good and was a bust. I think if the Jags thought at all that Nelson would have had the career he did, they would have never traded him. Especially for a CB who was the 5th CB on a team and out of the league shortly after. That was a trade that didn't look like much that worked out well. Just like this trade currently doesn't look like...
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    Apr 11, 17, 11:33 AM
    Well the last time the Bengals made a trade with the Jags it worked out pretty good. We got a guy named Reggie Nelson who hadn't looked like much at the time. Hopefully we get the same results this time.
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