Drew Dalman and Tyler Shelvin are two names that came up multiple times.
The Bengals grab two starting-caliber blockers in the first 3 rounds of this mock draft.
Mock drafts from other sources and our own at CJ.
Baring a trade down, Sewell and Chase are the most likely options for Cincinnati.
This would be an ideal scenario.
The Cincinnati Bengals are continuing to be active in the second and third waves of free agency. John and Anthony break down the moves, assess what could be next in the draft and even come up with a post-free agency commencement mock draft!
Kiper Jr. gifts the Bengals an offensive weapon in this mock draft.
The Bengals go tackle, but not with Penei Sewell according to Daniel Jeremiah.
John and Anthony run through the recent slate of Bengals news, including the hirings and impacts of a couple of new assistant coaches. They also have a back-and-forth in the "State Your Case" segment and engage in their first mock draft of the 2021 offseason.
With his first rendition of the 2021 NFL Draft, Todd McShay has the Bengals landing some much-needed o-line help.
Happy 2020 NFL Draft Eve! We continue our extensive coverage with an interview with James Rapien of Sports Illustrated and conduct our final mock draft.
Joe Burrow is given much needed help up front in this 3-round mock draft.
On this week’s episode, we took a crack at a post-Combine seven-round mock for the team
What were some of the player impressions from the Combine and how much does it affect the Bengals’ draft plans? This week’s OBI has a post-combine mock draft and another Soundbite of the Week!
Jeff Okuduh is the best cornerback in this draft, but his former running mate would fit well with the Bengals.
What if the Bengals drafted two cornerbacks and no linebackers? This mock draft explores that possibility.
John Sheeran and Anthony Cosenza took their first crack at a seven-round Bengals mock draft.
The Senior Bowl is behind us, so that means it’s time for our first Bengals’ mock draft of the offseason! We’ll predict and break down the team’s potential picks, while also talking about a couple of other free agent possibilities.
That’s right, we already have a 2020 mock draft.
There’s even different quarterbacks being projected to the Bengals.
Vote on the mock draft you think is best for the Bengals!
What small group of names can we assume will be in play at No. 11 for the Bengals? Could a mid-round, developmental quarterback be the best route in the 2019 draft? And, could a traditional-type of player in an innovative offensive system make sense?
What if the Bengals addressed just their offensive needs in the draft? What if they focused on just the defense? These two mock drafts give us an idea of what those separate plans could look like.
Linebacker remains the most pressing positional need for the Cincinnati Bengals this year. One of two talented guys could land in their lap at No. 11.
The Cincinnati Bengals may have an outside shot at a dominant college player who could immediately help their rebuilding defense.
It’s mock draft time! John and Anthony give their choices for the the Bengals for each one of their picks!
After seeming as if he would be out of reach, one of the classes best quarterback prospects could be available at No. 11 for the Bengals.
It doesn’t seem likely, but it is always interesting to see the logistics of how the Bengals could move back into the first round.
This is one scenario where the Bengals could add a quarterback of the future while still addressing their need at linebacker.
Andy Dalton gets a new backup in the third round.
The Cincinnati Bengals had a terrible defensive unit last year, but Bush should be an immediate impact player in the middle of the team’s rebuilding project.
Would the Bengals take a quarterback over a linebacker? Or a linebacker over a top-5 player?
Quarterback may not be the primary plan for the Bengals in this year’s draft, but the opportunity may still present itself.