Breaking Down the Bengals Draft Day Needs

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Dec 22, 2011; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Boise State Broncos running back Doug Martin (22) carries the ball against the Arizona State Sun Devils in the 2011 Las Vegas Bowl at Sam Boyd Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

We’ve broke down the schedule, recapped free agency, and now its time to break down the 2012 NFL Drat and the best prospects for the Bengals:


Not a top flight need but a need none the less. Yes they have their QB of the present and future but they need a QB to groom to be his back up for the long haul. Gradkowski only has so many years left in him.

Top 5 Draft Fits:

Kirk Cousins, Michigan State

Brock Osweiler, Arizona State

Ryan Lindley, San Diego State

B.J. Coleman, Chattanooga

Nick Foles, Arizona



The Bengals are in need of a shifty, change of pace, and receiving HB that can also come in and give them a few between the tackles carries.

Top 5 Draft Fits:

Doug Martin, Boise State

David Wilson, Virginia Tech

Chris Polk, Washington

Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati

Bernard Pierce, Temple

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Topics: 2012 NFL Draft, Bengals, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Bengals, David DeCastro, Luke Kuechly, Mark Barron, NFL, NFL Draft

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