Why the Cincinnati Bengals should trade up in the first round | isportsweb
The Cincinnati Bengals should trade their No. 24 first round pick up to better fill their needs. Their biggest need comes on defense. The Bengals have lacked depth in the defensive back and safety position for the past few years. This year would be a good year to go get one in the first round. The players that could have an immediate impact in the NFL as rookies at DB or safety will most likely only last for the first round, and they should use their second round pick on an offensive lineman so their first round pick should be traded up to get a safety.
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