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Cincinnati Bengals: The Good, the Bad, and the Noticed

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Dec 13, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals running back Daniel Herron (34) warms up prior to playing the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

The Noticed

Boom Herron will likely not make it through waivers in order to make it to the practice squad.

Barring something huge (or injury), Josh Johnson is the backup – and may see a few scripted plays each week.

Aaron Maybin looked very unenthused to be playing football. Apparently the coaches agreed after they cut him on Sunday.

John Conner has to make this team…

…So does Orson Charles

Sean Porter Should be Put on IR – A torn labrum is a bad injury, especially for a LB. Given the young talent the Bengals have at LB, why keep an injured rookie? Put him on IR and open a spot for a healthy player.

LB, RB, WR, FB and S will be some interesting cuts.

Blacking Out Preseason Games is a joke – Dear NFL, the reason preseason games do not sell out is because you charge regular-price for less than “regular” entertainment. Let’s see: Pay regular price for a regular season Monday Night Bengals-Steelers tilt? Or regular price for a Bengals-Titans fake football game? Not a tough decision.

This Quinn Sharp cat needs to be cut simply based off his nasty ponytail. I don’t care if he can kick it a country mile, that sorry attempt at a ponytail has to go.

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