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2018 Draft

September 14 2017 at 8:22 PM
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So who are you guys hoping the Bungs draft next year? Anybody stand out? The season is officially over and the Bungs are now on the clock.


    
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Re: 2018 Draft

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September 14 2017, 8:30 PM 

Let's be really bad so we can draft Sam Darnold.

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He would stay in school

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September 14 2017, 9:38 PM 

Any sane prospect would avoid Cincy like the plague.

Darnold would just stay in school if Cincy has the first pick.

Remember how well avoiding Cincy worked out for Steve Young!
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September 14 2017, 10:57 PM 

Too early. We can't make the best choice for the Bengals until more surveillance video is available.

Here's the 2017 draft video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_T7AqYSxZi0

 
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The next Woman Beater

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September 16 2017, 2:04 AM 

So who's the biggest hooligan in next year's draft? That's who Mike Brown will roll the dice with.

Redemption is cheap, I guess.

Say....is OJ coming out of retirement anytime soon? If so, he will end up in Bungle Stripes.



 
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September 17 2017, 12:56 PM 

Roger Goodell"With the first overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft,mike clown selects.....Lamar Jackson QB Louisville"
AKA Asucki Smith the second

 
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September 17 2017, 1:00 PM 

And once again ignore the offensive line but they will probably be looking to draft another kicker by then

 
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December 11 2017, 4:57 PM 

So they're most likely gonna have a top 10 draft pick again. Hard to envision them not fuching it up and not taking another bust WR or corner. Who are you guys hoping for now? (Not that it will matter)

 
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December 14 2017, 4:06 PM 

I think the only team they have a chance against is Detroit. Minnesota and Baltimore? please child. So they'll either finish 6-10 or 5-11 (which was my preseason pick and they can still achieve it.) Now, I'll assume they'll have the #5 pick after Cleveland, San Francisco, Tampa Bay and Chicago. Baker Mayfield be there? He's kind of a miscreant so he'd fit right in. I think Duke Tobin realizes what cluster flek this O-Line is. But none of the O-Linemen in his draft are rated near the #5 slot. So, I think they trade down to a team with a good O-Tackle or Center. So they trade away the #5 pick for that lineman and then around the 20th pick or so they can draft a premier lineman. Of course someone is going to create a major diversion to keep Mikey out of the war room, like tell him the ice cream truck is coming or the Day old bread store is having a sale. (would make a good thread of it's own.) If Mikey can't be fooled to leave I'm afraid he'll keep the #5 and get JT Barrett.

Walter Football has the Bungs taking Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame at #9.

If the Bungs do trade down they might go for Dion Dawkins, a LT for Buffalo. Or maybe Greg Robinson LT from Detroit.

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It's stupid for Bengals to draft Guard early as they never re-sign the best ones

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December 14 2017, 4:37 PM 

Steinbach and Zeitler both allowed to walk after rookie deals.

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December 14 2017, 4:39 PM 

Looks like they will need a CB, WR (Ross looks like a bust at this point), QB (McCarron will be gone), OL's, LB's and hopefully not much more. Mikey will be forced to go into FA an area that he's weak in as there will be many needs on this team.

OOps I forgot TE as Eifert will be gone - another bust.


    
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