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    Yesterday, 08:30 PM
    Agreed.
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    Yesterday, 08:29 PM
    That is awesome, great job GT!
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    Yesterday, 12:38 AM
    Hopefully it was the peak, but with how limited we still are with testing it’s hard to know. I know a about three or four people this week who were experiencing symptoms, and talked to their doctor. One of them has a severe immune disorder, and this could effect them more than most people. The doctors were just telling them them to stay at their home and quarantine for two weeks. Then if it gets severe call them and they will let someone know...
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    Yesterday, 12:24 AM
    The Bengals website did have them taking a WR in the second round. Which it has to do with what I mentioned in a previous post. All the top three down linebackers were gone and all the top OL were gone. So it left them with WR being the BPA. If this scenario really happens, look for them to try to trade back and get an additional pick if they can.
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    Yesterday, 12:15 AM
    NFL Training camp doesn’t start until late July. So as long as training camp starts on time, I don’t see it being pushed back. A precedent was already set in 2011 during the lockout. There were no mini camps, OTAs, not even allowed at team facilities, and they still started the season on time. So training camp basically is spring training for baseball. As long as training camp can start on time, then the season should be fine.
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    Mar 30, 20, 02:24 AM
    I have been wondering this too. This virus isn’t going to magically disappear. So at some point things will have to go back to normal, because I doubt the country will stay shutdown for over a year or more waiting for a vaccine. It is going to be hard enough for the country to stay shut down for one or two months as is. Obviously need to do this to slow the curve, which makes sense. Plus needed to get baseline data to see exactly how it is...
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    Mar 30, 20, 02:16 AM
    I completely agree with a few post earlier that stated that they believe this has been here for awhile. I know where I teach at we had students and teachers dropping like flies in December for long periods of time. With what was thought to be the flu, strep, etc. Yet usually all came back negative, but yet was so bad off they were still usually out a week. Then some ended up with pneumonia. Which I know more people who got pneumonia at that...
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    Mar 30, 20, 01:58 AM
    You may be correct. However it is still not even April yet, we are still a full three months and a half before training camps start. If the countries that got hit hard first are any indications. Then by that time, it should have already gotten better by then. However, it definitely is impossible to tell.
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    Mar 30, 20, 01:48 AM
    Agreed, and hopefully there truly is a LB or OL there that falls that they can take at that pick, that would be worth it at that spot.
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    Mar 29, 20, 11:56 PM
    They started the season on time in 2011 even though they had the lockout and no mini camps. No communication allowed with players, no playbooks given to rookies, etc. So they have done it before, and that was done with even less communication than this will allow. Rookies and stuff most likely will be allowed to get playbooks, and talk to coaches if anything through video chats and things. As long as training camps can start on time. Then I...
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    Mar 29, 20, 11:53 PM
    It all depends what is available. There is a good chance there won’t be a LB, OL available that is worth the value of the top 2nd round pick. Which in that case they should look to trade back. However, if they can’t and a WR like Mims is the best player available. I much rather them take him, than reach just to fill a need like they did with Price.
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    Mar 26, 20, 11:41 PM
    He started off his career as a backup linebacker and more of a special teams guy. He has been a starting linebacker the last three years and according to PFF has graded between 70 and 80 the last three years. He was graded as the 14th best linebacker in football two years ago and was graded as the top free agent linebacker by PFF this year. He is known to be really good against the run, and decent against the pass. To put things in...
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    Mar 25, 20, 09:44 PM
    I know there is a lot other bigger issues we are facing in the world today. However, I felt like there should be an actual thread on this. The Bengals for once were actually pretty big players in free agency this year. Adding three new players to the secondary, a new linebacker, and a big defensive tackle. All these players are known for how good they are against the run. Which is huge for this division and facing Lamar Jackson twice a year....
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    Mar 22, 20, 03:56 PM
    For me personally there is no reason to look at the number of cases right now. There is zero reason imo to freak out when the number of cases goes up. At the end of the day it is here, and probably been here for a couple of months. Meaning a crap ton more people have it or had it already that we didn’t even know about. So the more test that come available, it obviously is going to make the numbers go up. So until test are readily available...
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    Mar 20, 20, 05:18 PM
    You listed all things he has done in the past, when he was in his prime. Which in his prime he was mainly a edge rushing linebacker. Which an older out of his prime, edge rushing linebacker is not what they need. The only reason some fans have suggested him is because of his name and not actually what he would bring or what they need. Yes the bengals need to get better at linebacker. However, they need linebackers that are against the run...
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    Mar 20, 20, 02:04 PM
    So wouldn’t that mean you favor Brady then in this instance? Before Brady, Bill was being fired from the Browns, having more losing seasons than winning. Including losing to a horrible Bengals team the first year they won the Super Bowl, before Brady took over two games later due to injury. Before Brady, Bill was known as a fired Head Coach who was known more for possibly being one of those guys who was a better assistant coach, than a Head...
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    Mar 20, 20, 01:55 PM
    All those great stats you listed were from in his prime, not what he is now. Plus he is an outside edge rushing linebacker. That is what he got his name for and made his living. Which no that is not what the Bengals need. The Bengals already have two guys like that in Hubbard, and Lawson. No need to add an old edge rushing linebacker just to say you did. So yes I would take Vigil over him. There is also plenty of other linebackers available...
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    Mar 19, 20, 09:11 PM
    No reason to imo. Doesn’t really help in areas that they need.
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    Mar 19, 20, 11:43 AM
    To be fair Brady has also always been the opposite say of Lebron James in terms of how he speaks of himself. Brady has always come out and said great things about others and rarely about himself and how his talents lead the way. He is not going to come out and say no chance Rodgers can do what I have done with the Pats lol.
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    Mar 19, 20, 11:39 AM
    I know people like to reference the 2008 team. However, as you mentioned Belicheck really as a head coach had done nothing without Brady up to that point, including the first year they won the Super Bowl. They started 0 and 2 that year you stated with one of those losses being to a horrible Bengals team. The 2008 team record without Brady, probably never happens if it wasn’t for Brady. It took Belicheck to have Brady to help develop that...
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    Mar 18, 20, 04:16 PM
    At this point it just needs to happen.
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    Mar 18, 20, 04:15 PM
    I read it, but that is the thing this is setting a precedent. At the end of the day the Swine Flu was still bad and lots of deaths. So even something not as bad as this, is probably going to cause people to want to be extra safe and lead to panic. It just is how things work, especially with social media. Especially if something new hits our country first and not another country before us? We had time to prepare for this and still didn’t prepare...
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    Mar 18, 20, 01:49 PM
    They did not over pay for him. He has been graded as one of the top interior defensive lineman for awhile. The pro bowl is more popularity based than result based. Now they did probably over pay for Wayne’s. However, people always complain that the Bengals are cheap. You have to realize that most teams have to over pay to get some guys to their teams. So a team like the Bengals who in the past wouldn’t over pay to get someone, and would just...
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    Mar 18, 20, 01:42 PM
    That is the thing people may truly believe things like that is truly needed. Just think about the Swine Flu for example. Say that hadn’t happened yet, and it came up two years from now. The World Health Organization also called than a pandemic. Over 61 million Americans for the swine flu and ended up having 12 thousand American deaths. The country did not shut down for that, even though it definitely was a bad virus. However, if that exact...
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    Mar 17, 20, 09:22 PM
    It is and it isn’t. I get it we don’t want to over run our health system with everyone getting it at once like in Italy. At the same time we were very ill prepared, and have zero idea how bad it is right now, because of lack of testing. It may be worst than we think, it may already be at its peak, or it may just be beginning. We have no idea, because of the lack of test. So what is going to happen, when more test finally are readily...
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    Mar 17, 20, 03:43 PM
    Agreed. There will be calling for this now almost anytime something like this comes up. Which if people want to cripple our country, that is what it will take if we shut down every time. Our economy will keep going down, businesses will have to keep shutting down. People will be out of jobs, etc. I’m hoping this is a one time thing, but I do think this is setting up to be a precedent that is called for now anytime something comes up.
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    Mar 17, 20, 03:40 PM
    If he still loves the game, and can still play the game rather well. Then why not keep playing?
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    Mar 17, 20, 03:39 PM
    Before Brady, Belichick was busy getting fired from the Browns. Before Brady, Belichick was losing to a horrible Bengals team when Bledsoe was the starter still, before Brady took over two games later due to injury. Then that same team that lost to a horrible Bengals team went on to win their first super bowl that same year. So his track record before Brady doesn’t exactly scream that he would have done the same without Brady with creating the...
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    Mar 17, 20, 03:31 PM
    They are testing but only tested a limited amount that they feel could be severe cases. That is why I say looking at numbers is pointless for us in our country, because we are not testing much for it. Zero idea to know how many cases there truly is, if only testing a select few.
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    Mar 17, 20, 03:27 PM
    I get what you are saying. I think we are now setting a precedent that, this is what will happen anytime something comes up. Swine flu, H1N1, and whatever other ones that came up before that weren’t good either, but we didn’t panic or shutdown everything over it. Yet now when new things come up even like those, you will have people calling for a shut down like we are for this. This may be setting a precedent that happens over and over and that...
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