Well, we dont really know considering Dalton throws 90% of his passes in Green's general direction.
I'm still extremely salty that the Bengals passed on Haskins. It literally raises my blood pressure just thinking about it. That team is apparently bad for my health so I plan on not giving one shit.
Easily one of the most punchable faces I've ever seen. He's right up there with the "Dude, you're gettin' a Dell" douchebag.
Good ol' identity politics!
That kid is going to be a beast
PFF also had the kid from Wisconsin (very Wisconsin-ish name that I can't remember for some reason) as the best B1G QB for most of the year too. That alone tells me that their metric for QBs is bogus.
I've read on a few different sites that Haskins is expected to start right away. Their former QB suffered a boo-boo to his leg last season and it isn't looking to promising that he'll play again for them anytime soon.
Not good, Bob.
I'm jumping on the bandwagon. I don't think I can stomach the Bengals anymore. They don't even try
That's right. The Browns have been making moves while the Bengals are pulling their same old shit. They royally fu*ked up by passing on Haskins. Many Bengals fans are elated that they didn't take Haskins because they hate OSU. How stupid is that? If Baker wasn't such a monumental douchebag I would consider jumping on the browns wagon but I'm going to try the Skins out.
I heard that he is really good at utilizing all the resources Clemson has to offer.
I know. Lmao
The good ol' days.
I'm with ya. I've been a loyal Bengals fan my entire life. last night I finally realized that, for whatever reasons, the Bengals organization has been intentionally shooting for mediocrity... Win just enough to keep the core fans around while still ensuring that they win nothing of consequence. They love Dalton because he guarantees them true mediocrity. Haskins would have upset their ambitions for perpetual 7-9 seasons and they couldn't have that. I'm changing my user name to SkinSweat now.
This is the most disappointed I've been in the Bengals in the 30+ years of fandom. I'm legit done with them and their obvious quest to remain mediocre at all costs. I would hop to the Browns (I've always been neutral on them) but I hate Baker Mayfield. I'm now a skins fan. I will change my user name to SkinSweat asap. The Bengals go out of their way to ensure enough mediocrity to keep fans around and I've had enough.
Hmmmm. I don't trust it. Feels like ESPN is just building him up for their inevitable assault on his character.
/s (sort of)
I know how stoked I would be and I can only hope the Bengals would be as well.
I'd love to see D get picked up by the Bengals. There's guaranteed to be a few guys who scream, "no! That's a place where careers go to die!". Personally, I feel like they afforded Dalton plenty of room to grow without fear of being benched and had Andy been a little better (and at times a little healthier) he would be a legit star. Cincinnati isn't the ideal spot for several positions but QB is a different story. I think it would be a great fit for him and the Bengals both. **The Browns appear to have their QB for the next several years. The Bengals, on the other hand, are surely (low key) looking for a potential replacement for Dalton. I know that alot of y'all are Big Browns fans who have had to suck it up and pretend to like Baker but I'll just say that I'm glad he's not playing for my team. Seeing Haskins get drafted by the Bengals would make my spring.
Give em a break. They've been the laughing stock of the league for as long as I can remember. Lol
I don't dislike the browns but they're not my team. I'm honestly glad that you browns fan boys have some glimmer of hope after all these years. I will point out that Baker is a world class douchebag and just because he's playing for an Ohio NFL team doesn't excuse him. Anyway, best of luck next season (but seriously - fu*k Baker Mayfield). As a disclaimer, I am a life long Bengals fan and I wouldn't be surprised if the Browns beat them twice next season. Cleveland seems to be putting together a decent team (finally).
Gotta love the thinly veiled partisan salt in the morning. Smh. I thought I had somehow accidentally found my way to an opinion piece by a CNN contributor.
I'm not too pumped about any combination that includes #20 and #32. I'm still spinning from the weekly psychological damage from seeing those two on the field.
Bosa is the safe pick at #1and If I was a GM who had to have a QB, it would definitely be Haskins... Taking Murray at that slot, when they could trade back 5-8 spots and still get him, is the kind of ineptitude that guarantees a franchise remains a doormat for years to come.
^This is also what i think as well. I wouldn't be shocked if Baldwin won the job but I also wouldn't be sad if he didn't... He would be a prototypical backup.
Get off his lawn
For one to be a "true dual threat QB", he must be a consistent threat to beat you with his big arm. Tate is a single threat RB.