Upon reading recently about Mike Brown's battle in Ohio Courts over season ticket contracts, I realized why it must be hard to pay for scouts and front office personnel. He's running two teams. The Bengals and a full squad of lawyers.
If Marvin and Bratkowski could take a page out of Brown's lawyers playbook on clock management, they might be able to score at the end of the half and the game. Actually, who am I kidding, the Bengals would have to string together positive yardage to score, and that is not in Brat's playbook.
But it's a good example of how Mikey's two teams are run. The Bengals suck top to bottom because Brown knows it doesn't really matter as long as his top dollar lawyer team can win on the judicial circuit. That's why he pours oldsmobile's full of cash in to his legal team instead of his football team.
So really Mikey knows what an efficient operation looks like, it's just that implementing that sort of commitment to execution for the Bengals would horn in on his daily McRib allowance. Who can blame him though, chubby people are drawn to them like a moth to the flame.