tide182 touched on this monumentally stupid quote from Brat in Hobson's latest foray into the braindead zombified world of the Bengals offense. Note that Hobson, for once, cannot even muster an optimistic spin to set up what Brat says. Read on...
Another duo that rotated last season, Nate Livings and Evan Mathis, also hasn’t done it this year with Livings getting the nod.
That, folks, is Geoff Hobson being honest. Truly dark days are upon us if Hobson doesn't even try to put a nice bow on the quote that follows.
“It was determined coming out of camp that Nate had won that job and now Evan is forced into being our backup center,” Bratkowski said. “He’s got to put a lot more time taking reps at center so we’ll be prepared in the event something happens to Kyle (Cook). Evan’s got to take those snaps at center, which takes away from his work at guard.”
The level of idiocy in that quote needs to be taken immediatley to a museum so that students can marvel at it for generations. Why in the fuck is it more important for the Bengals to have a raw backup center than a good starting left guard? It is not sound logic to purposefully make your offensive line less good just so that you are prepared for an injury that hasn't happened yet. In the real world, the term for that is, "Clean out your desk, you fucking suck at your job and deserve to be a hobo." In Mike Brown's world the term for that is, "Good job Bobbo. I really like how our running game looks shitty most of the time. Keep up the insanity."