Regardless of your option on the past twenty years of failures in leadership and talent within this organization, there is at a minimum an admitted level of curiosity about the off-season moves that the Cincinnati Bengals are undergoing. A strangely patient hush has arisen from even the most venomous of critics as Bengaldom waits, not entirely convinced, but highly interested in the outcome. Taking nothing away from a franchise that has made two play-off appearances in three years, the Bengals were debatably the most average team in the NFL last year, posting a record of 9-0 verses non-play-off teams and 0-8 verses teams who made it to the postseason. However, what was most surprising about this was youth of the players and their displayed leadership when faced with expectations of failure. The kids showed moxie.