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Who Dey Revolution Manifesto

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    IN THIS TIME of perpetual Cincinnati Bengals incompetence and futility, with zero playoff wins in the nineteen seasons since the WhoDeyRevolution Godfather, Paul Brown, passed away in 1991 and handed the team to his fortunate son, the Despot, Mike Brown;


    WE, the members of the Who Dey Revolution, in our fervent dedication to the Cincinnati Bengals and fanatical desire to transform our hometown team into perpetual Super Bowl contenders, call for a popular revolution of fans to demand comprehensive reform to the managerial decisions and approach of Cincinnati Bengals ownership, management, staff and players, and hereby call for the adoption of the following Who Dey Revolution Manifesto:

    Manifesto Demands

    THAT the Mike Brown, Katie Blackburn, Marvin Lewis, along with every other member of the Bengals management, staff and personnel, state publicly to all Bengals fans, “I will do everything in my power to help the Cincinnati Bengals win a Super Bowl;”

    THAT Mike Brown will hire a general manager, drastically expand the scouting department and relinquish all control of player personnel;

    THAT all training, rehabilitation and medical facilities are considered best-in-class compared to other NFL teams;

    THAT the management fill the team only with players who fit the system, both mentally and physically, and are not reluctant to makes changes to player personnel when needed, regardless of cost or loyalty concerns;

    THAT offensive and defensive line depth is considered the top priority for all player personnel decisions;

    THAT all decisions made by ownership, management, staff and players, both on and off the field, are judged only by this criterion: “Does this help the Cincinnati Bengals win a Super Bowl?”

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The deep ball vs. Cleveland into double coverage was intended for Coles. Coles should never have fades or bombs thrown to him at this point in his career...too slow and not enough grit. Hoping they get Henry more deep looks as his quad heals.

I think maybe he is referring to the play where Henry was 20 yards wide open down the sideline, and instead of zipping a pass 30 yards down field, he floated one deep which gave the safety plenty of time to come from the middle of the field and knock the ball away. Am I wrong?

The one to Coles was just a bad decision, guy was double-covered. We can't throw jump-balls into double coverage to 7'4" Chris Henry, but we can sure try with 5'2" Coles.

My bad, close games lead to more drinking and remembering less from the game. I believe you are right Rymo on what play Sly is talking about.

In fairness, ML has said that he wasn't content for the tie, but rather was convinced that if he punted he would stop the Browns and get the ball back with decent field position to set up the winning field goal with a little time left.

Goodness, has anybody had the chance to read this year on

N THE RUN: Maybe the Bengals’ transition from a team that used the run to a team that believes in the run came late in last Sunday’s game when Bratkowski got on the headsets and told the other coaches when they were deep in their own territory he was sticking with the run even though not much was happening with it.

In the middle of the fourth quarter, Bratkowski had just 66 yards to show for it on 19 carries.

“I wanted the guys up front to know that the talk about running the ball just wasn’t hot air,” Bratkowski said Wednesday. “Sometimes you have to keep running it to let the runner, the offensive line, the tight end know you have faith in them and that something is eventually going to break. It’s a challenge ... you don’t want to abandon the run, yet you want to generate something.”

And they print this stuff and don't expect people to think they're idiots. He admits that the running game was not getting them anything, as evidence by the numerous 3 and outs... but also says he continued it because they said they'd run... way to adapt your gameplan Brat

Brat is an effing moron.

how can i become a member of The Coalition To Get Benny Scott More Carries in 2009?
every week the bengals rely soley on one RB. why? i feel like any enough ced benson runs that go for 10 yards are TDs by scott. so please include La Jungla in Hollywood as members of The Coalition To Get Benny Scott More Carries in 2009. thanks

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    Bengals Futility - By The Numbers

    • 20 - Years since the Bengals have won a playoff game

      0 - Total number of playoff wins in Mike Brown's tenure as owner

      .359 - Bengals regular season winning percentage since Mike Brown took over as owner (115-206-1 in 20 seasons)

      29-34-1 - Record since 2005 playoff game vs Steelers

      6 - Seasons the Bengals have lost their first six games since 1991. No other team has more than two.

      0 - Teams North of Cincinnati without an indoor practice facility

      10 - Players arrested in a 14 month span from 2005-2006

      32 - Mike Brown's ranking, out of 32, of the "Best Owners in the NFL" by Michael Silver of Sports Illustrated in 2007

      458,000,000 - Amount, in dollars, that Hamilton County Taxpayers paid to build PBS

      2032 - Year that Hamilton County will have finally paid off its debt on the stadium deal

      3 - Total number of non-clerical employees employed in the Bengals scouting department, lowest in the league

      747,000,000 - Amount, in dollars, paid in free agency by the Bengals from 1994 - 2005, second worst of all 28 teams in existence for the duration, behind only Arizona

      118 – Ranking, out of 118 professional teams, of the “Worst Franchises” in professional sports, as ranked by ESPN the Magazine in 2003.

      97 – Ranking, out of 98 general managers in all four major sports with three or more years of experience, of Mike Brown’s performance as a GM, as ranked by Forbes in 2007.

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