Since the Bengals’ disappointing season ended, Carson Palmer has repeatedly stressed his intentions of wanting to be out of Cincinnati. He has even threatened to end his career by retiring, if his desire to be traded isn’t granted. Today, the WCPO-TV Station of Cincinnati reported that Palmer has put in preparations to sell his home. Apparently, Carson is serious about ditching the city and has taken things onto a whole new level. This whole situation kind of reminds me of the Josh McDaniels/Jay Cutler debacle that accumulated in Denver. Either way, I’m not going to hate on Palmer’s decision. Cincy has been a loser city for all I can remember. The Bengals have only achieved two winning records in the past twenty seasons. That is just awful. That’s something Bills fans can take shots at. I do believe Carson is going about this the wrong way. As I professional, he should know better. Antics like this only make the situation worse. This is something Terrell Owens would do. In the end, I do believe Palmer will not be the starting quarterback for the Bengals next season. Palmer’s had enough and deserves a change of scenery. Perhaps, he might have more success. This would be a huge blow for the Bengals. Palmer has always been a good quarterback in this league. He’s a smart leader and has the abilities to make plays down the field. The only problem was the Bengals rushing-attack and o-line have been sub-par. With the right tools around him, I believe he can be successful. I would really like to see Palmer in a 49ers’ uniform. The Niners have had reoccurring quarterback problems and Alex Smith can’t get the job done. The Niners already have big offensive weapons in Vernon Davis, Michael Crabtree, and Frank Gore. Can Carson be the missing piece?
On the Move?