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Welcome Zac Taylor, your new Bengals head coach

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  1. mrschaney

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    Well, my inside source with the Bengals "BIFF" has been cut along with the rest of the previous staff. Most of my current information is now coming from another guy "RAUL" who works in concessions. "RAUL" says "BIFF" is all wrong on the Bienema guy. Looks like our new head coach is Zac Taylor, who is the Qb coach of the Rams. He will be bringing along his brother, Eagles QB coach Press Taylor, who I believe will be our next Offensive Coordinator.

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    I love it. Still excited this morning. We went from a 60 year old throwback coach to a 35 year old modern coach who knows the league is all about offense now. And it seems Mike Brown and the family will let him do his thing. Couldn't be any happier.

    Zac was pretty underwhelming at UC, but it was no coaching up Tuberville's recruiting classes. All Tubbs cared about was stealing money from us. That should be disregarded.
     
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    The main reason why Bienemy was the #1 choice because we literally have identical weapons as the Chiefs, apart from QB. He would've probably maximize John Ross, Joe Mixon, etc...
     
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    Hue Jackson retained or is he leaving now?
     
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    'you wasted your 80k post on this?
     
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    If those two accomplished all of their success with Goff , Wentz, and Foles, just imagine what they will accomplish with Dalton! The other 3 are System Qb's at best, Daton is a bonafide playmaker.
     
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    isn't dalton 35 too? or does it just seem that way
     
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    I would keep him if he becomes the OC again. Otherwise, no place for him. If @mrschaney is right, Zac's brother will be the new OC anyways.

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    Press Taylor could come over as QB coach and Hue could be retained as an OC, but my guess is Press will get promoted to OC. Hue could be retained as great Qb coach?
     
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    You are literally nowhere even close.

    Andy Dalton is obviously a far worse QB, but the comparisons stop at Mixon vs. Hunt. Their top weapon is Travis Kelce. You don't have anything close to that. Eifert is never healthy, and Ozuma is not even remotely close to as talented. John Ross is no Tyreek Hill. That's just a ridiculous comparison. AJ Green is obviously good but he will be 31 and is injury prone. The Chiefs also have a really good OL while Cincinnati's is among the worst in the league.
     
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    chiefs dont have hunt
     
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    Nope. Eifert, when healthy, is on par with Kelce. Ross is still an unknown. He barely had usage. Maybe he is, maybe he isn't. You're right about the OL though.
     
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    Holy crap! 80,000 posts and we came here from the same place at about the same time? You spend far too much time on the internet, @DJ!

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    But they did when they were succeeding, that's my point. Damian Williams has been a fantastic fill-in to be fair.
     
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    what he says
     
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    Slowing down in my old age, bud......had almost 200k posts in 7.5 years on FN.....

    Been here 4.5 years......LOL.
     
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    LOL. Eifert's best year is 52 catches for 615 yards. Kudos on the TD number, but that's clearly a fluke considering he has 8 TDs in his 30 games played outside of 2015. He's not even remotely close to Kelce's level, but nice try.

    Ross is not Tyreek Hill, no matter what excuse you want to give him. If he was, his usage would be higher. I've yet to see Tyreek Hill be a healthy scratch.

    In all honesty, if we're talking about similar talent, Cleveland would have been an exponentially better match for Bieniemy.
     
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    Eifert is a redzone magnet and obvious mismatch for LB's. Fluke? He's been hurt lol.

    Marvin prioritizes possession over speed. He hated Ross from Day 1. He does need to get his awareness up and work on his hands.

    And smh. Come on now.
     
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    Eifert was a RZ magnet for one year out of his 6, and he's still not healthy. If you're talking about him coming to Cincinnati right now, Eifert doesn't remotely compare to Kelce.

    Ross has a ways to go. He's entering year 3 as a top 10 pick and he has 21 career catches. Not remotely comparable to Hill in any way.

    Are you seriously going to say Cincinnati has better offensive weapons than Cleveland? I know you're a homer but you can't be that dumb.
     
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