Here's the Draft for the Bengals and it's recap

I personally think I was a Horrible GM, Horrible Weather as well on the WEST COAST leading up to the draft, it was pouring like cats and dogs and power outages were around our place because i live near the country side and it was pretty bad because i was at school and all of a sudden it started pouring like there was no tomorrow and my laptop and backpack got soaked which caused my laptop to slow down and lag which didnt help me much on the draft also the drive way back home was horrible with a lot of traffic in the rain and me having to slow down for precautionary reasons.

But here's the recap

Round 1:17- Riley Reiff OT/OG Iowa: Top 15 talent of some sort who fell to #17 which is a good thing because there was great value here because we can move Reiff to OG and help improve our Horrible Guard play from last year, it was very close between Gilmore and Reiff until my draft war room convinced me that it was better to go OL and get a DB later because this class has little drop off. Good Value and fills a need WIN-WIN

Round 1:21- Dre' Kirkpatrick DB Alabama: Gilmore was going to be my pick but the Titans just had to pick Gilmore, so I went with the next best CB, I personally think that we should have waited and we should have gone LB like a Donta Hightower, but I think it was a great idea going to get CB like Kirkpatrick which who excels in both man and zone coverage will help the Defense and Zimmer &Co.

Round 2:53- Lamar Miller RB Miami,FL "U" : Miller fell into your hands at #53, I think it was a good idea to go Miller here, some people were calling for David Wilson, I personally think that Wilson is somewhat of another version of Benson, and his ball security scares me a bit, also I think he kinda got shut down when he played in bigtime games and he only broke out when they were playing less competition, but for Miller it was a great pick here, he helps compliment BJGE, Leonard, and Peerman as the RBBC approach starts.

Round 3:69-(Trade 3rd+2 5th round to Redskins+7th round): Marvin Jones WR California: Some may say its a reach for Jones, but he is going to be a great player think of Chad Johnson, some may say he never broke the 1000 yard mark and he never had a game which he gets over 100 yards. Look two issue, Keenan Allen and Horrible QB play. I picked Jones because he is going to be a sleeper and also that he will be able to benefit from AJ Green because teams will roll coverage over to Green, also I wanted the get the WR on my board before they run out because in a passing league you'll need WR's

Round 4:116- Isaiah Pead RB Cincinnati: Steal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Completely PEAD ON ALL THE OTHER 31 TEAMS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Great Value to add into the backfield and the RBBC because we the Bengals are pretty much Set for a decade with this pick. Miller,Pead,BJGE,Leonard. Scary!!! Thought of trading up to get Pead in the early 4th but he fell to us and also thought to Drafting Vontaze, Im teasing bout Vontaze no way!!!!

Round 5:167- DeQuan Menzie DB Alabama: Another great pick, I think that Menzie held his own because he saw a lot of action benefiting from playing opposite of Kirkpatrick, I was going to go with Janzen Jackson, Emmanuel Acho but both guys were taken so we went with a DB who can play anywhere in the back end so its a great pick for us.

Round 7: Tom Compton OT South Dakota: My Back-up GM made the pick so he can explain it to you guys. ahahaha........ Bengals needed some OT Depth thats all

Feed backs from other GM and members on MTD will be thankful

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