Cincinnati Bengals: A Total Makeover Is Coming

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Cincinnati Bengals: A Total Makeover Is Coming
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Palmer Trots Off

As the Cincinnati Bengals close in on football futility, the Bengals' fan base considers what may be a completely different team next season.  Expected by most is a mass exodus of all the key players and personnel that are only the beginning of healing the Bengals from their collective weaknesses.

One only needs to turn on the local mainstay radio station — 700 WLW — post-game and join radio personality Ken Broo for the show "Bengals' Group Therapy," to understand the angst of the Bengals' loyal followers.

What is even more disheartening is listening to the content as Dave Lapham — the voice of the Bengals — called in to confirm that Carson Palmer is not even allowed to call a timeout on his own (and therefore cement the loss that should have been a win.  An honorable mention goes to the first third-year rookie-like player Pat Sims of the defensive line, who helped the Saints into the end zone on a fourth and two with less than a minute to go).

So with the lack of cohesion that can only be attributed to a lack of discipline, here are your big name departures  that should depart after the 2010 debacle.

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