Because the Cincinnati Bengals are one of the NFL’s most frugal franchises, the majority of their mistakes relate to inaction with in-house free agents. It happened when they lost T.J. Houshmandzadeh in 2009, Johnathan Joseph in 2011, Frostee Rucker in 2012, Manny Lawson in 2013, Michael Johnson and Anthony Collins in 2014, Marvin Jones, Mohamed Sanu and Reggie Nelson in 2016 and Kevin Zeitler and Andrew Whitworth in 2017.
An argument could be made that the Bengals continue to make a huge mistake by employing head coach Marvin Lewis despite the fact that Lewis hasn’t won a playoff game in 15 seasons there, but the penny-pinching nature of the front office has arguably been an even bigger issue in Cincinnati, and Whitworth’s departure epitomizes that.
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Do the Ravens wish they drafted Landon Collins instead of Breshad Perriman in 2015? Probably. Do they wish they had taken LeSean McCoy rather than Michael Oher in 2009? Almost certainly. But more than anything, Newsome probably regrets that he didn’t just hit Flacco with the franchise tag in the 2013 offseason.
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