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MensajePublicado: Mie Jul 17, 2019 1:21 am    Asunto: to take either T.J. Hockenson or Noah Responder citando

“Stay loose Womens Carl Lawson Jersey , relaxed and do my job.” That’s what kicker Randy Bullock was thinking as he approached a 44-yard field goal with five seconds left in regulation of the Bengals’ Week 8 game versus the Buccaneers.Of course, hitting a game-winning field goal isn’t easy, especially with Mother Nature blowing wind all over the field.“It was windy,” said head coach Marvin Lewis. “It was as gusty as it’s been. (The wind) bounces off the stadium back and forth. Where the wind was in the first quarter was different than it was in the second and the third. The second half was pretty consistent in which way it was going, though.” Bullock of course knew how windy it was, too.“It’s something that we had experienced throughout the game,” said Bullock. “You figure that out throughout the course of the game, halftime, or whatever.” As Lewis said, the wind was not cooperative in the first half. It’s why the Bengals went for it on fourth down in the first quarter. Bullock missed an extra point late in the second quarter. At the time, the score was 27-6, with the Bengals leading by 21. Bullock’s extra point would have given the Bengals 28 points and it would have made the following Buccaneers’ comeback more difficult.Even so, Bullock had a chance to redeem himself and win the game with five seconds on the clock.“We had to put a drive together and give ourselves a chance,” said Andy Dalton, “and that’s what we did. Regardless of what was going on in the second half, we needed to make a play , and we did it. To give (kicker) Randy (Bullock) a chance at the end was huge.”All he needed was a chance. After missing one earlier, Bullock wanted an opportunity to get a win for the Bengals.“More than anything, I wanted the opportunity,” said Bullock. “I missed a kick earlier. If you miss, the opportunity you have is to go to overtime.” All he was thinking about was taking advantage of the opportunity he had to close the game out.“More than anything, you try and take advantage of every opportunity you get,” he said. “More than anything, you look forward to doing your job and helping your team win.” Even though Bullock had made one extra point after the miss in the second quarter, a 44-yard try on a gusty day with the game on the line is no small thing. But Lewis was happy to have given Bullock another chance. “We would have been in overtime if we hadn’t,” said the head coach. “At that point in the game, with the game-winning kick, we’re going to take a whack.”The offense did a great job of setting up the kick, and Bullock took a whack. The kick was good as the clock read double zeroes.At this point in the season, a kick like that is more than just a win. It means the difference between keeping up with the Steelers in the division and falling behind. Whether or not the Bengals make the playoffs could very well come down to that kick. But Bullock was just thinking about the three points on the scoreboard.“More than anything, we got a win today,” said Bullock. “Going into the bye week , that’s important.” We take a look at the five biggest needs the Bengals still need to address this offseason."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections #BITESIZEFilm RoomRoster Transactions and ContractsOrange & Black InsiderSalary Cap And CBAAnalysisVideosTop 5 remaining needs for the BengalsNew,122commentsWe take a look at the five biggest needs the Bengals still need to address this offseason.EDTShareTweetShareShareTop 5 remaining needs for the BengalsTop 5 remaining Bengals needsZac Taylor’s first offseason as the Bengals’ head coach has been mainly a mixed bag. The retention of veterans C.J. Uzomah, Bobby Hart, Preston Brown, Tyler Eifert and Darqueze Dennard to go with the additions of B.W. Webb, John Miller and Kerry Wynn make up the Bengals’ free agency period, but there’s more work to be done in improving the roster. With the NFL Draft inching closer and closer, let’s take a look at the five biggest needs remaining for Cincinnati.1. A starting linebackerNick Vigil played well in 2018, but struggled staying healthy and is only one of two linebackers the Bengals really need for 2019. This is the position that the Bengals would be best off at least partially addressing via a trade. There are two former first-round linebackers who are reportedly on the trade block in Darron Lee and Haason Reddick. Neither of these players have lived up to their billing, but they have shown a lot of potential in the NFL and would definitely be an upgrade over Hardy Nickerson. The Bengals of course can address it with their first pick in the draft with Devin Bush or Devin White, or their second pick with someone like Vosean Joseph.2. A quality starting offensive tackleThe Bengals extended one of the worst offensive tackles in the league in Bobby Hart, but they should not stop looking. Hart is not a good player and the Bengals should be thinking at the very least depth at the position to eventually replace him down the road.It seems unlikely that the Bengals will address offensive tackle early in the draft after re-signing Hart to a multi-year deal, but their depth at the position is on par with Hart’s ability: poor. On top of that Cordy Glenn has had health issues and is getting up there in age. The Bengals need to make a lot of additions on their offensive line and they should be considering all options throughout the draft. 3. Better wide receiver depthThe Bengals have a starting trio with great potential in their wide receiver room. However, two of those starters in A.J.Green and John Ross have both struggled with injuries and their absences greatly impacts the offense as a whole. On top of that, it is unlikely all three will be able to be kept long-term if Ross continues developing into a great player, but the front office will try to begin that process this offseason. Behind Ross there resides a lot of unproven talent grouped with middling contributors. Josh Malone has barely played Womens Nick Vigil Jersey , Cody Core is not good, Alex Erickson is a slot receiver with little explosiveness, and Auden Tate barely contributed when he got a chance. The Bengals would be wise to target a wide receiver somewhere around the fourth round in a draft deep with wide receivers. A player like Parris Campbell, Miles Boykin, or Emmanuel Hall should be available in that range. 4. Young talent at tight endThe Bengals have 2 good players at tight end. What Tyler Eifert lacks in durability, he makes up for in athletic ability — and C.J. Uzomah is essentially the contrast of that.The Bengals need to continue injecting the position group with young talent to see if they can find a dynamic player who can offer a little more than Uzomah. Because of this, it would not be completely shocking for the Bengals to take either T.J. Hockenson or Noah Fant in the first round. With Uzomah’s under contract for three more years, drafting a tight end of the future now would make sense. 5. Any at all running back depthIn the last draft, one of the Bengals’ most surprising picks was running back Mark Walton. Now, Walton has gotten himself into legal trouble and subsequently off of the Bengals’ roster. Like with wide receiver. this draft is weak at the top for running backs, but it is deep with solid players. A guy like Rodney Anderson would be perfect, as someone who will likely fall due to injuries, he is more than talented enough to go on the second day of the draft and the Bengals could be getting a steal. With Mixon in the fold, Anderson would never be relied on or expected to take a full load, which should help him stay healthy.
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