Got one for other teams, so lets add the Bengals to the mix.
Team needs: TE, WR, depth at safety, K
-What direction does Carson Palmer take from here on out?
-Who will step up and be that second wide receiver to compliment Chad?
-what steps does the offense need to take to quit remaining so "vanilla?"
-what direction do the Bengals turn to in terms of kicking? Graham should be shown the door.
mlh, I think you're Bengals would benefit greatly if they could draft a legit receiver..Damian Williams (USC) would be an option if he falls to them and also that Benn guy from Illinois. They could also try to draft Aaron Hernandez (Florida), in the 2nd round to try and fill the TE gap. He had a great yeat with the Gators, top 2 TE in the draft.
mlh what you think about Leon Hall? The next Revis as far as people labelling him a shutdown corner?
If you want to put a face on this young, improved defense, ,Leon Hall is the one to take a look at. Defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer had these guys playing out of their mind. Hall was a big reason for our division sweep. The vaunted Pittsburgh passing attack, in particular, was slowed by his presence.
Him, ,Johnathan Joseph, Rey Maualuga, and Keith Rivers. 4 young guys to lead a great defense.
Guy came to my job wearing a hunter orange vest and orange hat. It was only when I got close to him did I realize "AFC North Champions" was written on his hat. Bengals fan in Philly? Mind was blown.
I passed on all "AFC North Champions" gear. The goal was to win more than just that, and we failed. Maybe if we had won the Super Bowl, I would have bought a north champs/afc champs/super bowl champs shirt, gear to commemerate each of the steps, but just by itself, I passed on division champs gear.
Bet there's a whole "secret society" of Bengals fans in Philly!