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2012 was a great year to be a Bengals fan! They made the playoffs in back to back years for the first time in 30 years. That’s amazing. The Bengals are an up and coming team STILL and they play in a division where the rest of the players are turning into grumpy old men. Ed Reed, Troy Palamalu can’t play forver. Its guys like Ray Rice, Antonio Brown, Mike Wallace that scare me in the AFC North. We get it, the playoff outcome is not what he had hoped for but let’s be real here fans. It could be a LOT worse. We’d love to hear your thoughts this offseason on what the Bengals should do to strengthen the team so please email us or leave us feedback on iTunes, via email or on Twitter. Let’s look back on 2012 as the positive season that it was, and get pumped for 2013.
In this week’s show:
We look back at the loss in Houston
John from KY calls in and gives us his take on Rey Mauluga and Marvin Lewis.
Who’s to blame?
Looking ahead to 2013 and the draft
THANK YOU to everyone who downloaded Who-Dey Weekly this year. It’s been an amazing ride meeting Bengals fans across the globe. You fans are the reason we keep doing this show! Please feel to email us this offseason. I will do my best to do projects here and there to keep the podcast fresh in your mind. We’ll be back around the draft to cover the Bengals. Looking forward to a fun offseason and an even bigger 2013 for Who-Dey Weekly!!!
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