Thanks, Czar! I hope the game is as fun to watch as you've predicted. Even if the Bengals can cover on the outside, Brees is good enough to get to his third/fourth options if he gets a few moments. On the other side of the ball, with Jenkins and Sharper available, I think Williams has the best of both worlds at FS. Jenkins is a very aggressive run defender who can also man up on a flexed TE or slot receiver on early downs, and Sharper is a ballhawk who can come in on obvious passing downs. I think that the SAINTS will stop the Bengals more times than CIN will stop Brees and company, and the Who Dats will prevail over the Who Deys.
FootballCEO I have to disagree with you on a couple of things. First, Dallas picked us apart because Sharper wasn't there, and Young was. Their goal was not to get beat deep. This week we will have everyone back, lights out. I don't know if you remember last week when I said the after a bad game (Seattle) Greer usually plays lights out and look what happened! There is no way the Bengals hang with us. Not drinking the cool aid just stating the obvious facts. Second, their d line is average at best. They have 11 sacks total. With our O line Brees is going to have plenty of time to pick them apart. I agree with you about it being a fun game but not for the Bengals. Good report, I know your trying to be neutral but sometimes I wish that reporters actually report what they no in their hearts to be true. Not bashing you actually enjoy listening to your commentary.
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