Friday, January 26, 2007

Bengals Continue to Impress...

Photo courtesy of Robert Beck/SI
CINCINNATI, OHIO - According to the Philadelphia Daily News, a Cincinnati Bengals scout by the name of Greg Seamon (pronounced Se-men) was recently quoted as saying that OSU star Troy Smith is "An over hyped Heisman quarterback who will flop in the NFL." These guys in the Bengals' organization really know how to keep a low profile (The word classy comes to mind every time I see those miserable uniforms). There seems to be no reason for this scout to be discussing Smith's future, as the Bengals are set at the QB position for years to come with Carson Palmer. Clearly, if they were in the market for a quarterback, they'd gear themselves towards Hawaii standout Colt Brennan. Colt was a walk-on at Colorado after high-school, but was cut from the team after a woman accused him of breaking into her room, fondling her, and exposing himself to her (It's one thing to break in, and another thing to fondle an unwilling girl, but I draw the line when you expose yourself). Anyhow, the future for Smith is something nobody can accurately predict...the future for the Bengals certainly includes crime, controversy, and maybe some football on the side.

5 comments:

Mel Kiper said...

Anyone who has Anthony Wright as their backup quarterback would be right to be thinking about a 2nd day quarterback, which Smith might end up being. And Colt Brennan pulled out of the draft and is returning to Hawaii.

Icky Woods said...

WHO DEY! WHO DEY! WHO DEY think gonna stay out of jail. NOOOOBOOOODY.

steve nash said...
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Anonymous said...

Even with all the arrests/suspensions, last I checked the Bengals finished with a better record than our beloved Browns... Maybe we should stick to complaining about teams that finished worse than we did. Oh wait...

Anonymous said...

god i hate you.

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