The Bengals are 0-7 and we’ve officially checked out. We can’t decide if we want the Bengals to try and win some games, or just lose out and grab a better draft position. Mike Brown, please sell the team. We also talk a little bit about college football, but that doesn’t last long as we wonder how the Bengals will mess up the upcoming draft picks.
With an 0-5 start the Bengals appear to be in full tank-mode, which leaves us pondering what the future holds for some of the veteran players on both sides of the ball. We’re already looking forward to how the team will manage to ruin their high draft picks in the coming years, and while he hasn’t had much to work with, nobody has been overly impressed with the start of Zac Taylor’s tenure. It’s not all doom and gloom on the gridiron though, as UC and Ohio State both had big wins this past weekend, and each team appears to be the favorite to finish on top of their respective divisions.
The Bengals are finally back! And they weren’t as bad as we had all assumed they were going to be. They kept it close against the Seahawks, and have given us some hope for the rest of the season. John Ross had a surprisingly great game, and Andy Dalton was competent in his role with the new offense. Overall, we’re just happy that football is back, and we let Jeff gloat about the Browns loss. Enjoy the show!
We’re just days away from the start of the NFL season, and the feeling in the room is less than optimistic at this point. We talk about the current state of the Bengals’ 53-man roster before switching gears to Reds and college football talk. We close it out with more NFL talk as we predict the Bengals’ record this year and give our thoughts on who’s going to be in Super Bowl LIV. (Spoiler Alert: It’s not the Bengals)
On this episode of Riverfront Radio, we talk about the recent Reds homestand with the Cubs and Dodgers. We also chat about the Bengals OTA’s with the o-line switch up, and hit on some hot-button political issues on accident. Enjoy the show!
The Reds’ season is now 25% complete and they’ve reached a key home stand that could potentially get them back into contention. We give our predictions on how the Reds will fare during the upcoming stretch, plus we present our world-famous 1st Annual Riverfront Radio Quarter Season Awards. We also discuss the unexpected departures that have hit the UC Men’s Basketball team and how the cupboard is looking pretty bare for John Brannen heading into his first season as head coach.
Yasiel Puig and the rest of the Reds are starting to find their bats, and a 4-1 week has Dan, Mac and Whitty feeling a little more positive about the season. The positive vibes have carried over onto the ice as well as the Blue Jackets have been a pleasant surprise, up 3-0 on a Lightning team that tied the NHL record for wins on the season. We also discuss UC’s new head coach, which wasn’t met by positive reactions from some former players, and we reflect on Tiger’s Masters victory and the impact he’s had on the world of golf.
Here on Riverfront Radio, we’re ready for the Cincinnati Reds Opening day! We talk our frustrations with the UC Bearcats bowing out early from the NCAA tournament yet again, and Scooter Gennett’s injury/Senzel’s playing situation. Enjoy the episode!
On this week’s episode of Riverfront Radio we’re talking March Madness as we breakdown UC’s questionable seeding despite having won the AAC Tournament. We each give our Final Four predictions and we propose a show bet on who has the best bracket this year. We also discuss some of the maddening decisions the Bengals have made so far in free agency as our optimism for this season is already starting to dwindle.
It’s the most exciting college basketball weekend of the year, and the Nati Boys are here to talk you through our brackets and great match-ups of March. We give you our Final Four picks, and let you know what we’re looking forward to in the tournament. Enjoy the show!