The only thing more worthless than the watching the draft, following high school recruiting.
But let's start again with the annual proclamation that the Bengals will always be losers up until the day the Brown family is killed in an airline crash or poisoned during Easter dinner.
Once again the Bengals did next to nothing in the free agent period. They lost four players to free agency. While a Bengal apologist will explain that none of the players were a big loss, the fact remains they signed exactly ONE player, Antwan Odom, during the period.
Who are they planning on replacing Madeiu Williams with? Me.
But you idiot Bengal fans will come back with the old "Gordon, we'll get our needs met in the draft".
HELLOOOOOO, Every team will address their needs in the draft. And every other NFL team actually uses team resources (aka scouts) to make sure they get the right players.
Let's do the math again class.
Every team gets 7 picks in a draft. The average life of a player in the NFL is 5 years. That means approximately 35 players (at best) will be players drafted by the team. The remaining 17 players will be up of free agent signings.
Below is a list of the players the Bengals drafted in 2004. Of eleven picks, three remain on the team.
Mean while I'll be laughing my ass off knowing that every other team in the NFL will be better after the draft and the Bengals will roll in a 6-10 record for 2008.
I made fun of the CMHA for wanting Section 8 housing on the riverfront. The fact is the city spent over a billion dollars to house two section 8 tenants down there.
More reason not to support welfare on any level.