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The Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast: 10/16 livestream

This week, the crew asks about how quickly a 2020 turnaround can occur with high slated picks, as well as where wins could come from on the 2019 schedule and whether or not the NFL is beginning to resemble some facets of how the MLB operates.

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It’s been tough to find positives for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2019. Regardless, a couple of facets point to some dim light at the end of the tunnel.

Aside from important players returning from injury, the Bengals are slated to have high picks in the 2020 draft—No. 1 overall, to be exact. One of the last times the Bengals held these type of picks, they were able to land a franchise quarterback (Carson Palmer) and a solid offensive lineman (Eric Steinbach).

Can Zac Taylor and Co. mimic the same kind of success next year to engineer an immediate turnaround? We talk about it on this week’s episode of The Orange and Black Insider.

Also, some recent moves around the league by teams in major markets has us wondering if the NFL is trending towards some facets of the MLB’s business model. And, from where on the 2019 schedule might Bengals wins actually come?

We also might sneak in a few listener questions, so get at us!

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