Well the Cincinnati Bengals got back to winning ways this weekend over the Chicago Bears. It's the preseason so it's hard to get THAT excited over a win. But at least they looked better than they did against the Bucs the previous week. Now we're just a few days away from the final roster cut downs and we all know who I'm looking forward to seeing make the Bengals roster, #19 himself Brandon Tate! Plus I really don't want to do a show without my shirt. On to the show!
On this week's show:
Anthony, Scott and I recap the Bengals win over the Chicago Bears win on Saturday night. We discussed AJ McCarron's play and how he's fared this preseason in two games.
We talk about some of the surprise cuts so far for the Bengals, particularly Denarious Moore and Nico Johnson.
We each do our best to predict the Bengals 53-man roster. It was cool to see the differences in the position groups. Some of us kept 5 defensive ends, some of us kept 6 wide receivers compared to 5. It will be interesting to see how it all plays out over the weekend.
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