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WFF: Mudcat’s Bengals Franchise

brady2moss April 18, 2012 0
First off, give us a quick summary of your chise up to this point.It’s midseason of Year 9. Had a playoff team in 7 of 8 seasons, with 4 SB’s. We’re coming off Andy Dalton’s first AFC title game loss and it’s been an up and down season so far (4-3).

What made you choose this team?

I’d never done the Bengals before, they sucked last year, and I they had just picked Dalton and Green.

What’s your teams strengths and weaknesses? 

Biggest strength has been the passing offense, biggest weakness has been rush defense.

Who is your favorite player on your team?

A.J. Green. Dalton’s won more awards and set more records, but A.J. has made all of that possible.

.Who has been your best acquisition? (through sign/trade)

Added De’Jon Ousley, an undrafted second year WR out of Maine, to the training camp roster in 2018. He had a huge preseason and made the team, then worked his way from rotating in the slot to taking it over and then playing as the no. 2 when Stephen Hill got hurt. Led the team in catches and made the Pro Bowl, and in his second year he’s having another All-Pro season, including a 17-catch game.

Greatest moment in your chise so far

I forget the year and the final score but it was that huge comeback against the Chargers.

What other chises do you follow on here?

I don’t comment a lot by I do lurk in all of the active chises.

If you could improve/change one thing about DSS, what would it be?

I like things the way they are.

Have any tips for other chisers?

Pick a team or a concept you’ll have enough interest in to keep it going a few seasons. I’ve seen too many franchises that are abandoned after less than a season. We all have our own likes and dislikes, but I’ll mention one thing that loses me as a reader- bogus trades and signing all of the best available FA’s at the beginning of a chise. Not saying it’s a bad thing if that’s how you roll, I just don’t find it interesting to follow team that are set up that way.

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