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I can’t believe that a podcast we started nearly 3 years ago has grown to become the awesome Bengals community that it is today! I couldn’t be more thankful for all of our fans and I certainly appreciate you downloading the show each and every week. Here’s to a great 2012 season for the Bengals and Who-Dey Weekly!
In this week’s show:
We are joined by WhoDeyFans.com’s very own Bill Cook who has been writing some pretty controversial stuff of late, right Cleveland?
What do we make of everything that’s happened in 2012 for the Bengals?
Announcements and Shoutouts
We discuss the WR battle for the #2 spot and the report by Greg Cosell of NFL Films that people within the Bengals organization are questioning Andy Dalton’s arm strength.
Our goals for 2012 – what is it that you’d like to hear on the podcast? I want to hear from you fans! We love and appreciate all of your feedback! Do you want us to get a player on the show? Coach? Former player? Let us know!
We want to hear from you each and every week and in 2012, I’d like to end each show with a mailbag segment! So fans please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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