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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.
As it looks less and less likely that Devin White could end up being the Bengals pick, who could the team’s pick end up being?
The Bengals haven’t had much variety in the players that have been mocked to them this offseason, but that has apparently changed after the first wave of free agency.
The former LSU linebacker still dominates the Bengals first-round projections, but a new offensive tackle has had his hat thrown in the ring as well.
Devin White balled out at the Combine, but Todd McShay still thinks the Bengals may have a chance to draft him at 11th overall.
The NFL Draft will be here sooner than you think. Here is a look at how the Bengals could attack the first two days of the draft.
The Bengals need a linebacker, but could one other than Devin White be the pick at No. 11?
Mel Kiper gives the Bengals’ eventual defensive coordinator a new toy to work with.
Would the Bengals go quarterback if the right one fell to them?
The areas of need for Cincinnati in the draft are very clear, but the names for those needs seem to becoming pretty fluid.
There is a growing list of names that could be perfect fits for the Bengals, but could a tight end be added to that list?
The most recent round of mock drafts has the Bengals attempting to address different needs with some new names.
But would you rather have him than Ed Oliver?
The Bengals turn back to LSU to find an answer in the second level of their defense.
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The Bengals address some areas of need later than they should while picking based on value in this recent mock draft.
Could the Bengals take a small-school pass-rusher with the No. 12 pick?
Cincinnati goes heavy on offensive linemen in the first three rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft. Or, so this mock draft will lead you to believe.