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Weekly Lineman: Yes, the Bengals’ O-line is as bad as it seems

Weekly Lineman: Yes, the Bengals’ O-line is as bad as it seems

Photo by Bryan Woolston/ The offensive line already broke Andy Dalton this season, it’s next victim might’ve been Joe Mixon. Through the first six weeks of the season, the Jacksonville Jaguars were a bottom-five defense in the following categories: Rushing DVOA (11.3%) Rushing Expected Points Contributed/Play (-0.085) Rushing Success Rate (57%) Despite having talented players like Calais Campbell, Marcell Dareus, Yannick Ngakoue and Myles Jack, the Jaguars were a bad run0defending team based on per-play metrics. Granted, most of the damage done against them came in Week 5 against...

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    Weekly Lineman: Yes, the Bengals’ O-line is as bad as it seems