Friday, July 29, 2011

Cincinnati Bengals Players Abandon Ship

The loss of conerback Jonathan Joseph to free agency should send a signal to Cincinnati Bengals owner Mike Brown that things aren't good in Cincinnati. You've got your franchise quarterback refusing to play for a whopping fifty million dollars left on his contract. He'd rather retire than don the stripes again. Now you've lost Joseph even though the Bengals are reported to be 49 million under the salary cap. That should indicate to Brown that he is having problems attracting any talent regardless of how much money Mike throws at a player to come Cincinnati. That's because of the losing conditions. In theory it should be clear to Brown. But Mike Brown is more stubborn than Pharoh. Meanwhile, Cincinnati is becoming the Siberia of the NfL. Funny, before Marvin Lewis it was called that and now a new ice age has come. Bengals nation, it's going to be a long season.

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