High Grades Still Flowing in for the Bengals’ Draft

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Oct 15, 2011; Piscataway, NJ, USA; Rutgers Scarlet Knights wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (6) escapes grasp of Navy Midshipmen cornerback Kwesi Mitchell (11) during the second half at High Point Solutions Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jim O

 

Another issue was finding a number two receiver to go with super-star AJ Green, and that will be the battle of the summer. Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones will compete with Armon Binns to see who can grab the job. What’s great is they all look like excellent downfield blockers.

This brings us to the other area that needed to be addressed and that was the running game. Some think the Bengals should have taken David DeCastro. Not me. With the amount of toughness and leadership our last two 1st round picks have shown from the Pac-10, I’d feel better drafting someone from the school in Glee. Zeitler has never given up a sack and has that Midwest punch you in the mouth mentality that fits in the AFC North. This year there will be a confidence on a 4th and 1 that we haven’t felt since the Ickey Shuffle.

 

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