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Cincy Jungle May 12, 2018
Bleacher Report thinks Cedric Ogbuehi is Bengals’ best player who could be cut

Bleacher Report thinks Cedric Ogbuehi is Bengals’ best player who could be cut

Cedric Ogbuehi has struggled during his time with the Bengals, but could the team really part ways with their former first round pick before the end of his rookie deal? It is no secret that Cedric Ogbuehi hasn’t played well enough since being drafted in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. The Bengals have found a replacement for his job at left tackle by trading back in the first round this year while acquiring Cordy Glenn from the Bills. Ogbuehi should still have every chance to compete this offseason, but if he doesn’t show any progression from last year, could the Bengals part...
Cincy Jungle May 12, 2018
2018 Cincinnati Bengals Take Generator: Every absurd take you could dream up

2018 Cincinnati Bengals Take Generator: Every absurd take you could dream up

Get ready for hours* of fun with our Bengals Take Generator. The Bengals now have 91 players on the offseason roster. Because Moritz Bohringer is on the team via the International Player Pathway Program, the team gets an extra spot on the offseason roster to keep him in the fold. Many of the names on the roster are new ones including 11 draft picks, 11 undrafted free agents, Bohringer, Cordy Glenn and the free agent signings of Preston Brown and Chris Baker. That’s a lot of players and with so many players come many, many takes. Hot takes, cold takes, normal takes, SO.MANY.TAKES! Today,...
Cincy Jungle May 11, 2018
Anonymous scouts call Bengals DT Andrew Brown an “enigma”

Anonymous scouts call Bengals DT Andrew Brown an “enigma”

The Bengals got good value by landing Andrew Brown in Round 5, but there’s concern as to what he exactly is as a pro. The Bengals love having versatility in the trenches, and Andrew Brown could provide that on defense. The Bengals used the 158th overall pick to take the Virginia Cavaliers defensive lineman. Ironically, it was a pick part of the offensive trenches, as it was the mid-round pick swap between the Bengals and Bills that was part of the Cordy Glenn trade. The Bengals were expected to take a defensive tackle sometime on Day 3 with Geno Atkins set to hit free agency next...
Cincy Jungle May 10, 2018
Frank Pollack already has Bengals’ offensive line working harder than they’re used to

Frank Pollack already has Bengals’ offensive line working harder than they’re used to

Frank Pollack is doing things with his players that Bengals’ linemen haven’t experienced in past OTAs. In case you’re still trying to repress the memory of last season’s offensive line, I’ll remind you that it was an absolute train wreck. They were an easy target to blame most of the offense’s woes on, and the team addressed it in the offseason by doing a few things. The Bengals traded for Cordy Glenn from the Bills who is a great tackle when healthy. He will shore up the left side of a line that was a mess following the departure of Andrew Whitworth. The Bengals also drafted...
Cincy Jungle May 7, 2018
Evaluating the Bengals’ biggest remaining need following the NFL Draft

Evaluating the Bengals’ biggest remaining need following the NFL Draft

Where do the Bengals need to focus on fixing next before the regular season begins? The Bengals have done a great job at addressing their biggest needs throughout the offseason. The biggest hole to fill was at left, which the Bengals fixed by trading for Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn. Another key hole to fill was at center, which was addressed with center Billy Price in Round 1 of the NFL Draft. To help the ailing linebacker position, the team added Bills linebacker Preston Brown to the mix. So, what is the Bengals’ biggest remaining need? At ESPN, they have the Bengals’ right side of...
Cincy Jungle May 1, 2018
Analyzing the state of the Bengals’ offensive line following the 2018 NFL Draft

Analyzing the state of the Bengals’ offensive line following the 2018 NFL Draft

Should fans be concerned about the Bengals’ offensive line following the conclusion of the NFL Draft? In Round 1 of the NFL Draft, the Bengals immediately addressed the biggest weakness on the team and selected Ohio State University center Billy Price. The offensive line has been an area of the team that the coaches acknowledged had to be improved this offseason and Price’s addition coupled with the team trading for left tackle Cordy Glenn were big upgrades. But after making Price the 21st overall pick in the draft, the Bengals waited until pick No. 252 to select another offensive...
Buffalo Rumblings Apr 29, 2018
Bills depth chart following the 2018 NFL Draft

Bills depth chart following the 2018 NFL Draft

As we head into the 2018 NFL Draft, here is what the Bills roster looks like. The Buffalo Bills have been reshaping their roster over the last few months, starting with shipping out starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor and left tackle Cordy Glenn before free agency kicked off. With the signings they’ve made in free agency and retirements and cuts, their roster has been transformed. Now that the 2018 NFL Draft has concluded, the Bills roster is really taking shape. While undrafted free agents are still yet to be signed and the second wave of free agency is set to kick off as teams release...
Cincy Jungle Apr 28, 2018
Bengals select Virginia defensive tackle Andrew Brown in Round 5

Bengals select Virginia defensive tackle Andrew Brown in Round 5

The Bengals add some depth to the middle of their defensive line by adding Andrew Brown from Virginia. The Bengals used their second fifth-round selection 158th overall to take Virginia Cavaliers defensive lineman Andrew Brown. This pick was part of the mid-round pick swapping between the Bengals and Bills that was part of the Cordy Glenn trade. The Bengals were expected to take a defensive tackle sometime on Day 3 with Geno Atkins set to hit free agency next year. Pat Sims is still a free agent, and Andrew Billings hasn’t proven he can be a reliable contributor. Brown was regarded as...
Buffalo Rumblings Apr 28, 2018
2018 NFL Draft Day 3 open thread

2018 NFL Draft Day 3 open thread

The Bills have 4 picks heading into day 3 The thrid day of the 2018 NFL Draft is here, and the Buffalo Bills figure to have a busy day on Saturday after a relatively quiet Day Two. After the dust has settled following the first round trades, the Bills now have five selections heading into Saturday: Fourth Round: 121 Fifth Round: 154 (Baltimore Ravens’ pick, acquired as part of trade for Tremaine Edmunds) Fifth Round: 166 (Jacksonville Jaguars’ pick, acquired in Marcell Dareus trade) Sixth Round: 187 (Cincinnati Bengals’ pick, acquired as part of Cordy Glenn trade) Seventh Round: 255...
Cincinnati.com Apr 27, 2018
Social media reactions to Bengals drafting Billy Price in first round

Social media reactions to Bengals drafting Billy Price in first round

After trading down when they acquired left tackle Cordy Glenn, the Bengals took Ohio State Buckeyes center Billy Price with the 21st overall pick.         
Buffalo Rumblings Apr 25, 2018
Bills unlikely to trade up prior to start of Draft, per report

Bills unlikely to trade up prior to start of Draft, per report

While the Bills may trade up, it won’t be until the draft begins When the Buffalo Bills shipped Cordy Glenn and the 21st overall selection in the 2018 NFL Draft to the Cincinnati Bengals in exchange for the 12th overall pick in the same draft, most assumed that it was the first step towards trading up even higher in order to secure a franchise quarterback. That still may be the case; however, a report from Aditi Kinkhabwala of the NFL Network suggests that if another trade is yet to come, it won’t happen until the first selection has been made. Spent some time w/ #Bills GM Brandon...
Cincy Jungle Apr 25, 2018
Bengals Bytes (4/25): History of Cincinnati picking at 21

Bengals Bytes (4/25): History of Cincinnati picking at 21

The Bengals have had a few picks at 21st overall in the draft. Who was your favorite? Offensive linemen outside of top tier for BengalsThe Cincinnati Bengals offense was putrid in 2017 finishing last in the league in yards per game. There are plenty of areas to blame but the biggest area of need for upgrades in this draft is the offensive line. Cincinnati has already moved back to the 21st pick in the trade landing left tackle Cordy Glenn from the Buffalo Bills but there is still improvement needed. History of the Bengals drafting No. 21Should the Cincinnati Bengals sit tight and not trade...
Cincy Jungle Apr 24, 2018
Kolton Miller could provide value at the right spot, but that spot is not in Round 1

Kolton Miller could provide value at the right spot, but that spot is not in Round 1

Kolton Miller is far from a finished product, but he could be worth the investment if he lasts long enough in the draft. The Bengals have addressed their biggest need of the offseason by trading for Cordy Glenn while moving back to pick number 21. The team still will likely look to add a rookie to their competition at right tackle during the draft. Kolton Miller could be that guy as he receives more and more draft hype. It’s thought Miller will be drafted in the first round and ESPN’s Mel Kiper even has him mocked to the Bengals in his latest mock draft. But, Miller really shouldn’t...
Stripe Hype Apr 24, 2018

Bengals trade scenarios heading into Thursday

The Cincinnati Bengals have been aggressive for this franchise during the offseason and it could continue in the draft with trades. The Cincinnati Bengals already traded down from the 12th overall pick to the 21st and acquiring starting left tackle Cordy Glenn from the Buffalo Bills. They have been more aggressive this year in the […] Bengals trade scenarios heading into Thursday - Stripe Hype - Stripe Hype - A Cincinnati Bengals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Cincy Jungle Apr 23, 2018
Ranking the Bengals’ 6 biggest NFL draft needs

Ranking the Bengals’ 6 biggest NFL draft needs

The Bengals need to exit draft weekend with new players at these six positions of need. The Bengals have plenty of needs heading into this pivotal 2018 NFL Draft. However, they addressed their biggest need of the offseason when they moved back from pick 12 to 21 to acquire left tackle Cordy Glenn from the Bills. This has opened up the Bengals to a world of possibilities in the first round of the draft. Really though, it hasn’t put them in a position to take the best player available at every pick. There are a few positions at which the Bengals have to walk away with playmakers at before...

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