Tommy Casanova was underrated!
Only Bengal to have his number retired is #54 C Bob Johnson, the Bengals first ever draft pick. Now. I recently saw a Bengals game from 1988. I forgot how innovative and complicated the Bengals offense was then. Esiason was like a General out there. The only others I have seen that reminded me of how Esiason ran that offense are Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. My top four would be Kenny Anderson, Ken Riley, Boomer and Munoz. Those are the 4 best players who had the most impact on the Bengals organization.
Krumrie and Riley should be the ones and not Esiason
When they change the rules of the game because of you that should put you in the ring. Ken Riley should be in the Ring also. In the Ring of Shame Stanley Wilson should be the king. Nobody has ever let their team down like he did in the whole NFL.
The first four in are pretty obvious to me. When and if the Brown family recognizes there great players they should put them on vines and call it the Vines of All Times. We are in the jungle baby.
ikey at i like see him on the list SUPER BOWL SHUFFLE LOL
#1 My all time list... Ken Riley, 65 Interceptions... WOW factor X 10 man!
Reggie Williams should have been on list along with Takio Spikes and Justin Smith !
How can Kirby Criswell, David Verser, Reggie Rembert, Joe Kelly, Emanual King, Ricky Dixon, Pete Koch, Mike Cobb, Glen Collins, Kieth Rivers, Scott Mitchell, Chase Coffman, Jack Thompson, Bill Kollar, Rod Jones, Mel Tuten, Freddie Childress, Akili, KiJana, Big Daddy, Levi Jones, AJ Hawk, Gary Reasons, John Copeland, Alfred Williams, Lamar Rogers, Travis Dorsch, Scott Fulage, Sandro Vittiello, Ian Sunter, Marco Battaglio....not make your list?
Tough leaving Willie Anderson out of my top 4. If he played on winning teams he would've went to numerous Pro Bowls
Man, had to limit to four. Also, if given a chance to vote for one current Bengal, that vote would be for Mr Adam Jones.
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