This week the owners met in Orlando, FL to discuss some of the rules changes at the Owners Meetings. Mike Brown, who rarely gives media interviews these days, had some pretty interesting comments regarding the franchise and the state of their quarterback. If you’re reading between the lines, it sounds as though the Bengals are eager to get an extension done with the Red Rifle but the Dalton camp are feeling like their quarterback may be undervalued by the Bengals. That’s pure speculation of course but from the information we do have, Marvin Lewis has staked his claim to Dalton being HIS guy from here on out. Their futures seem to be tied together at the moment.
In this week’s show:
We discussed the news that the Bengals have held off signings some of their bigger free agent players and let them walk due to the uncertainty of the salary cap and the contract talks with Andy Dalton. They want to get a deal done before the season, but should they? We weigh in.
We took a closer look at the Tight End group in 2013. When looking at the statistical analysis of the two main tight ends, Jermaine Gresham and Tyler Eifert had almost the same exact season. Gresham had 46 catches (a career low) for 458 yards (career low) and 4 TD’s (tied for a career low). Eifert in his rookie season had 39 catches for 445 yards and 2 TD’s. When polled, Bengals fans tend to feel that in 2014, Tyler Eifert will have a bigger impact than Jermaine Gresham, to the tune of 65%.
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