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Peter Schrager cites coach: Senior Bowl gave Bengals huge 2020 NFL Draft advantage

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

NFL Network's Peter Schrager shared reason for optimism for Cincinnati Bengals fans ahead of April's 2020 NFL Draft - on Sunday night via Twitter. Schrager said a coach believes the coaching staffs of the Bengals and Detroit Lions spent valuable time with draft prospects at the Senior Bowl that other teams likely won't be afforded in advance of this year's draft, presumably because of new coronavirus restrictions: The Enquirer's Tyler Dragon wrote in January - before the threat of the pandemic e...

Drew Sample under more pressure after Bengals lose Tyler Eifert

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

Coaches really liked what C.J. Uzomah brought and think the arrow is pointing up on Drew Sample after his rookie season was chopped in half by injury. C.J. Uzomah has been a fun, proven target for the Bengals going on the better part of two seasons. But the real revelation with the seemingly inevitable loss of Eifert is the pressure placed on Drew Sample.

Is Shawn Williams on hot seat after Bengals signed Vonn Bell?

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

Dre Kirkpatrick is one of the names most suggested when thinking about Cincinnati Bengals players potentially on the hot seat this offseason. But feel free to add Shawn Williams to the list. Williams was already potentially on the list as it was before the Bengals signed Vonn Bell.

Best Bengals games to watch while self-isolating

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

In typical Lewis fashion, the Bengals blew a 34-16 lead with 17 minutes left in the game. The Buccaneers tied the game at 34 apiece with 70 seconds left in regulation, but a last second field goal from Randy Bullock secured the last win of the season before things went south. After defeating the Falcons in Atlanta, it looked like 2018 would be an incredible season.

Three first-round picks isn’t enough to rip No. 1, Joe Burrow from Bengals

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

Want to secure the first pick in the 2020 NFL draft and Joe Burrow via trade with the Cincinnati Bengals? Better be ready to give up more than three first-round picks. It almost sounds ridiculous — but not as ridiculous as the Bengals giving up a chance at the best quarterback prospect since Andrew Luck who happens to be a hometown kid so they can settle for another passer and extra unknown picks elsewhere.

Joe Burrow remains atop Bengals’ draft board, per report

Sunday, March 29th, 2020

Per The Cincinnati Enquirer, Burrow has not been moved from the top spot of the Bengals’ draft board since sometime in 2019. Bengals sources told The Enquirer Burrow was at the top of the team’s draft board before the NFL regular season ended. Bengals brass were reaffirmed of their thoughts when they met Burrow for the first time at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine during an 18-minute formal interview.

Cincinnati Bengals have ‘no reservations’ about Joe Burrow’s skills translating to the NFL

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

Joe Burrow’s rapid ascension up the 2020 NFL Draft board is a journey to marvel at. Burrow started his redshirt season at LSU as a mid- to late-round draft prospect. At the conclusion of his record-breaking season, which culminated in a Heisman Trophy and national championship, he became the consensus No.

Life in franchise QuartLandia

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

Most Cincinnati Bengals fans have been fortunate enough to live in a time that saw the Bengals helmed by a legitimate franchise quarterback. In fact, depending on your age, you may have witnessed two or three of them. Those times also likely constitute the halcyon days of your Bengals fandom and that is obviously not coincidental.

Bengals 4-round mock perfectly nails picks after Joe Burrow

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

As always with 2020 NFL mock drafts, Cincinnati Bengals picks after Joe Burrow are more interesting than the first overall pick. Not that Burrow isn’t interesting. But he’s inevitable in Cincinnati along with all the good that brings.

Trae Waynes is hyped to still be Mackensie Alexander’s teammate

Saturday, March 28th, 2020

It’s a rare thing for two free agents of the same position on the same team to each join the same new team. But that’s exactly the case for Trae Waynes and Mackensie Alexander. In an interview with 700 WLW’s Lance McAlister shortly after the news broke, Waynes expressed his excitement to keep the tandem with Alexander going in the Queen City.