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Alex Van Pelt
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New QB Coach


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Sounds good if true.
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What about Bad Kitty?
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The guy from ESPN? Ninja

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Nice get.
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Marvin Lewis must have been given total power over hiring his staff. Alex Van Pelt is a terrific hire! You can’t argue his success with Aaron Rodgers.
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(01-12-2018, 07:45 PM)Fan_in_Kettering Wrote: Marvin Lewis must have been given total power over hiring his staff.  Alex Van Pelt is a terrific hire!  You can’t argue his success with Aaron Rodgers.

AR is a once in a decade or two talent..His understudy didn't exactly light the world on fire though.. 
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Marv sure loves his Pittsburgh guys. Van Pelt was born there, played at Pitt and was drafted by the Steelers. Solid hire though.
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(01-12-2018, 08:10 PM)grampahol Wrote: AR is a once in a decade or two talent..His understudy didn't exactly light the world on fire though.. 

Hundley got off to a rough start but played well after that.
Dalton (updated 10/8/18) 

67-45-2 (.596 as starter)
89.0 career passer rating (Bengals record, 10th among active players, 16th all-time)
106.2 rating in 2015 (Bengals record)
4293 yards in 2013 (Bengals record)
33 passing TD's in 2013 (Bengals record)
3x Pro Bowler
2x Player of the Month
23 game-winning drives
91.4 rating in prime time since the 2.0 game (12 games)
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Trent Edwards with Van Pelt as QB coach....85.4 passer rating
Trent Edwards over the rest of his career.....68.8

Josh Freeman under Van Pelt......84.5
Rest of his career.........................70.8

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Im on board.

Shiny new coaching staff sure would look a lot prettier if Marv wasnt still running the show
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(01-12-2018, 08:35 PM)Shake n Blake Wrote: Marv sure loves his Pittsburgh guys. Van Pelt was born there, played at Pitt and was drafted by the Steelers. Solid hire though.

Damnit! I swear, there is something there. This is the greatest Pittsburgh takeover of the Bengals ever. And, with Mike Brown as owner, he will not let any of these people go. All they have to do is go 8-8 and lose to Pitt twice a year. We just became identical twins to the Washington Generals.  Mellow
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I like the hire. Having worked for McCarthy and with Rodgers should have give him some great insight to the position.
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Nice job, Bengals!
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Also insurance in case Lazor doesn’t fix the second half scoring problem?
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(01-12-2018, 08:10 PM)grampahol Wrote: AR is a once in a decade or two talent..His understudy didn't exactly light the world on fire though.. 

Yes, but as you yourself once pointed out, Andy doesn't need to be a global arsonist to beat the Browns Smirk

Seems like a good hire, though I know everyone seemed to want Kitna to be hired for the job.
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The QB from Colorado St with the rad hair? Sweet.

Nope that was Bradlee Van Pelt
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(01-12-2018, 09:01 PM)NATI BENGALS Wrote: Im on board.

Shiny new coaching staff sure would look a lot prettier if Marv wasnt still running the show

If ML wasn't still running the show, we wouldn't be getting these coaches....it would be some other combination of assistants.
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(01-12-2018, 11:44 PM)Beaker Wrote: If ML wasn't still running the show, we wouldn't be getting these coaches....it would be some other combination of assistants.

Rep. This all but proves Marv is respected around the league. Say what we will about him, the coaches want to work with him. I guess will eat some crow...
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(01-12-2018, 08:35 PM)Shake n Blake Wrote: Marv sure loves his Pittsburgh guys. Van Pelt was born there, played at Pitt and was drafted by the Steelers. Solid hire though.

Austin was on the other side of town, think 40 min away. So yeah, you're onto something here, Shake.
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