Every publication and blog that covers the Bungs should make this a weekly feature. This team is never going anywhere until they fix the line. Yeah, I know. Even with a fixed line, they still won't ever win a playoff game. But out of curiosity, why not track what's out there?
Here are the top prospects as they looked heading into the season, as pulled from various sources, including Pro Football Focus.
* Mike McGlinchey - Notre Dame - Senior - 6'7" 312
* Orlando Brown - Oklahoma - Junior - 6'7" 358
* Connor Williams - Texas - Junior - 6'6" 320 (now injured with torn knee ligaments)
* Frank Ragnow - Arkansas - Senior - 6'4" 319
* Mason Cole - Michigan - Senior - 6'5" 305
* Quenton Nelson - Notre Dame - Junior 6'5" 325
* Wyatt Teller - Virginia Tech - Senior - 6'5" 304
Maybe we can keep an eye on some of these. That will make us better informed in April when we gripe about the Bungs draft selections.
https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/d ... e-overview
https://www.thephinsider.com/2017/8/25/ ... ne-preview
"If they took three of them in the first four rounds, who among us would complain?"
If the Bungles select Offensive Linemen like they have for the past 3 or 4 years....then that complainer would be yours truly.
I only need to nod my head at Fisher and Oghabhi....and you will understand why.
Then Mike Brown would select that already injured kid from Texas....like the Bungles did last year....that is....draft an already injured player that cannot contribute.
All I can say is--is that I want out of the Bungles what I already know I can't have. Wheel and deal at draft time. Be imaginative. Listen to the football guys. Watch game tape, not Indy Combine Glitter. READ BEHAVIOR REPORTS AND INTERVIEWS.
Yes, Mike Brown f*cking flunked all of those points.....and that's why I'm not expecting much out of the 2018 NFL Draft for Cincinnati. A bunch of non-contributors and meatheads.
That's what I'm thinking.