What a way to kickoff this season of Hard Knocks. Episode one had its season premiere Tuesday night and it certainly didn't disappoint. One thing you know you're going to get every year is quality. NFL Films does it better than anyone else, period. The music, the footage, the slo-mo shots, the beautiful shots of the Cincinnati skyline. The shot opening up the show from below the train that elevates till you can see over the train on the bridge down into the Paul Brown Stadium practice fields was awesome. That bridge is awfully high and I wonder how they were able to shoot that scene. The show gave us an in depth look on the Bengals coaching staff and to see them be so candid was very refreshing.
In this week's show:
Anthony, Mickey and I breakdown episode one of Hard Knocks.
We discuss just how much the injuries played a part in this first episode.
James Harrison is a bad dude!
Hue Jackson is a fiery guy and this episode was a great example of how much Hue's attitude is appreciated.
The two rookies Gio Bernard and Tyler Eifert and their roles on this team.
We continued with our Stay or Go segment discussing which Running Backs and Quarterbacks will make the final roster.
We wrap things up bringing back a blast from the past, a game we used to play on the show "Name that Bengal".
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