Happy 4th of July everyone! I know it’s a few days early but I hope everyone has a happy and safe holiday! On this week’s show we discuss the re-hiring of Bob Bratkowski by the Bengals. We also dig deeper into the QB rankings that ESPN released this week.
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In case you’ve missed it, which is entirely possible since this wasn’t news announced by the Bengals, but Bob Bratkowski is now a coaching consultant with the team. In case you’re wondering if it’s THAT Bob Bratkowski, well, you’re right. It’s THAT one. Relax though. He’s not calling plays, he’s more of a special assistant to Marvin Lewis.
We also discuss the quarterback rankings that were announced by ESPN this week. The Red Rifle, who became a first time father this week (congrats!), was ranked 19th in the NFL. Is that too high? Too low? Just right? What say you?
We ended the night with some great callers, John from Kentucky made his triumphant return to the Jungle Line, Greg from Cincy, Guttersnake, and Fatal Content asked this Question of the Night: What gives you the most optimism heading into 2014? What is the biggest obstacle to the Bengals winning the 2014 AFC North Division? There was one resounding answer to the last question. What do you think it was?
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