ESPN interviews John McDonough, President of the Chicago Black Hawks, on eight things to change when turning around a pro franchise.
Lot's of good ideas but I think he forgot the key ingredient in turning around a horrible franchise. In the Black Hawks case, Bill Wuertz, the owner, died. His death actually paved the way for someone else to actually change the operation. People actually cheered when he died.
So I guess the only way for the Bengals to actually change things around one Mike Brown, owner of the Bengals will need to die. His lasting legacy is that people will probably cheer when he bites the dust. Nice legacy.
But then, maybe we ought to cheer when a guy who's stolen $800 million from the county dies.