Did I drink on an empty stomach after leaving work late last night?
I got no links for this Friday sadly, as I can hardly look at my computer monitor without waves of open ocean like sea sickness overpowering me. So I'll just leave you with yet another quote confirming the lunacy of the Bengals offensive strategery under Brat. From a KC Joyner chat:
I'd also add that most bad decisions for QBs come on short passes.
Maybe it's the child-like capacity of my mind right now but that's a pretty profound statement Mr Football Scientist* just casually dropped in there. The implications loom large. For the Bengals, it means that when you have a QB who appears to making poor decisions with some frequency, it's actually worse when you throw "easy" short passes. It's high risk, low reward. A double whammy. Hence Brat loves it. God I loathe that man.