I do like Randy Mueller though if this turns out to be true.
I think we've seen this before. Rumors come out that the Bengals are considering hiring a GM. Things ferment for a few weeks and then Mike Brown gives an interview in which he emphatically states that they will not be hiring a GM.
Burn down the disco. Hang the blessed DJ. Because the music that he constantly plays, it says nothing to me about my life.
I think they might do it this time. With the way the economy is the status quo is going to mean a huge drop in season ticket renewals next year. Corporations aren't going to keep flushing money buying luxury suites in this economic environment when none of their clients want to go watch a joke of a franchise.
We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.
Sure, Katie Blackburn for GM. That'd be Mike's choice.
Next Reds manager, second shooter. --Confirmed on Redszone.
Looks like the GM talk lasted about a news cycle.
"Hyperbole is the greatest thing ever" Redsland
There is a difference between bandwagon and allowing yourself to be completely taken advantage of by an owner.
"Bandwagon fan" is one of the most idiotic phrases in sports.
I'm the furthest thing from a bandwagon fan.
I support the Bengals, I cheer for the Bengals, I talk about the Bengals, I type about the Bengals ... when they're winning (rarely) or more usually when they're finding new and unusual ways to suck.
Would I give Mike Brown thousands of my hard earned dollars, however? Hell no.