Good to know who is in charge in Cincinnati.
It surely isn’t Marvin Lewis as he continues to kiss Carson Palmer’s behind hoping that his average quarterback comes back to a team and coach he clearly doesn’t want to be a part of.
Here is what Lewis had to say.
“If Palmer comes back he would be the starting QB and we would groom Andy [Dalton] to be the QB of the future,” Lewis said via Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
“Carson feels like his time here is over. He feels like the best thing is to retire and spend time with family,” Lewis said.
I feel bad for Andy Dalton coming to an organization that is talented, but is ran so horribly. People wrongly assume I have something against Carson Palmer. That isn’t the case, if he can muscle his way out of Cincy to a better situation more power to him.
My problem is with the double standard and media protection he is given even though he is clearly doing a selfish act and quitting on his team.
The truth be told Palmer, Lewis and Ocho Cinco would be better off elsewhere.