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LSU quarterback Joe Burrow joined "The Big Podcast with Shaq" this week and talked about the upcoming NFL Draft and where he would like to end up.

Burrow, who is expected to be the No. 1 overall pick in the Draft, says he wants to go to a good organization that can maximize his talents and a team that wants to win.

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Time to move on from Burrow, no one cares
Reply2 months
People need to research the Bengals history. Then they need to look at the roster, then they need to research the type offense the coach has ran at previous stops. It's a great fit, they have a 1st round lineman that was hurt last year that's finally gonna play. Another early pick lineman that's not been healthy, I believe. They have Joe mixon who's a damn good back, he was probably the 2nd best back in the afc last year, from weeks 9 or so, on till the end of the regular season . They got aj green back. They have a offense that is a west coast style offense with rpos or If not, they will add rpos. They don't run much under center, they are similar in design to what we ran last year. They've been in 2 super bowls from the 80s on. Not great but better then some. They somewhat recently went to the playoffs on a regular, year to year basis. Look at there win percentage from 2000 on and compare to other teams. There in the top 25 percent. They have a couple good tight ends. They have the fastest player in NFL combine history ,although he hasn't done much .he has potential to take the top off the d. If they can pick up a guy like thad moss in the 4th or 5th round, he would be great for Joe, they are best friends and he's a guy that can block and catch the ball. Not super athletic, but he's Jason witten,athleticism wise, at least. He has tremendous hands. He's better then foster m. He's cheaper too. If Justin jets falls out of round 1, or towards the end of round 1 ,then they need to trade back in the 1st round to get him. You could try to recreate the Lsu style of offense by drafting one of these guys and making moves to get players that fit the scheme like Lsu did. They have there Clyde already,in Joe mixon. the system works, copy the Lsu players skill sets with you're skill position players you acquire. They can make the playoffs in 2020, Just like Marvin Lewis used to, just about every year.
Reply2 months
They don't allow paragraphs? I know I used them
2 months
Ask Andrew Whitworth about playing there.
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Didn’t Read
2 months
I knew he was a smart guy! But, I believe that every draft prospect has the same feelings.
Reply2 months
Riveting stuff, I say.
Reply2 months
Hopefully Joe’s been brutally honest with the Bengals. If he doesn’t believe he can win under their management/coaches, needs to tell them. But he might just be willing to fulfill his contract and look elsewhere.
Reply2 months
I hate the “losers pick first” draft model. Burrow deserves to replace Brees or Brady.
Reply2 months
What would you suggest
2 months
I agree! It should be an open market where college players choose where they want to go. The NFL is socialism in American sports where you are rewarded for losing with high draft choices instead of punished for sucking. You get punished for winning which is the opposite of what we stand for but fans have been programmed to think that the system is ok.
2 months
Should be similar to the NBA, a lottery draft. Free agency is where teams can choose players and retool their rosters. The draft for good players shouldn't be the curse of going to a bad organization.
2 months
He’s going to be really unhappy playing for the Bengals
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Unhappy with $35 million in the bank.
2 months
He doesn’t want to go to Cincy. I’m thinking Cincy is willing to trade back.
Reply2 months
Thoughts on Carolina trading Bridgewater and some picks to move up and take him? Joe Brady is chomping at the bit to get him.
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