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Thread: Bengals’ Carlos Dunlap: “I don’t see the plan”

  1. #11
    This tweet captures my frustration entirely:

    https://twitter.com/34inXXIII/status/842024505111388161

    Gone since wild card debacle vs PIT: M. Jones, Sanu, Whitworth, Zeitler, Peko, Burkhead

    Still here: Pacman, Burfict, Hill, Lewis

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by alleycat View Post
    I thought so. I'd just never seen a word like "Bengalsiest" from you before lol.
    Where do u see that? Don't think it was from me

  3. #13
    With the exception of Burfict, I'd agree.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    Where do u see that? Don't think it was from me
    You must have a doppelgänger out there then. It was on PFT comments:

    thewanderer says:
    Mar 15, 2017 8:43 AM
    I don’t know the plan either, but:
    Losing a 35 year old tackle, when you invested two high draft picks in the position, shouldn’t be a problem.

    The Browns overpaid Zeitler, but that’s a situation where their cap roll-over plan is supposed to benefit them. Instead, the Bengals let one of the better guards in the league walk (despite the Bengals interior O Line struggling last year).

    Losing Dansby (old), Hunt (stinks), Peko (old and stinks), and Burkhead (aggressively average) are nothing to worry about. Adding Smith gives Fisher a little more leeway to learn and grow into a solid right tackle.

    The plan is to let their recent draft picks develop and use the upcoming draft to make the team better. Is it a good plan? Time will tell. Is it a very Bengals plan? The Bengalsiest.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by alleycat View Post
    With the exception of Burfict, I'd agree.
    Just saying, the ones who were most responsible for the melt-down in emotional maturity and handling their business from the Wild Card game are still here, and that says volumes in the locker-room, I am sure.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by membengal View Post
    Just saying, the ones who were most responsible for the melt-down in emotional maturity and handling their business from the Wild Card game are still here, and that says volumes in the locker-room, I am sure.
    I just don't think a personal foul on a bang bang play, from really the one-player who single handedly refused to loose, put the team on his back, and got us back in that game is really blame-worthy.

    The fact that Adam is not only still on the team but was made a captain, on the other hand, demonstrates how totally out of touch Marvin Lewis is.

  7. #17
    I am not saying let Burfict go, but he is a part of what happened. And when you add Pac to it, and Marvin still being here, and the others gone, it does speak volumes.

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    I don't understand why people think it was OK not to match Whits deal. Bengals should have immediately matched it.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    Other than losing Whit I think everything has gone as I've expected for the most part.

    was hoping for Rex to stay but wasn't expecting it.

    I thought they'd have signed more than one outsider so far.



    but that's about it.
    Completely agree.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by alleycat View Post
    You must have a doppelgänger out there then. It was on PFT comments:

    Oh yep not me lol

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