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Bengals News (2/20): Cincinnati needs to update their analytics

Updating the Bengals’ analytics department is just one of the changes the organization needs to make this offseason.

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This area turned into an organizational blind spot in recent years. The sports science and training wing of the analytics game were not an issue as the club actually stayed on the front lines of the newest advancements in tracking player health, strength and endurance throughout the day.

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