Week in Review: 2012 Bengals Player Performance Predictions: Offense Round 2

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Here is round 2 of my Player Performance Predictions for Bengals Offensive players.


Dec 24, 2011; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham (84) catches a touchdown pass against Arizona Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington (58) in the first half during the game at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-US PRESSWIRE


Jermaine Gresham, TE-

Gresham is a solid tight end. His blocking continues to improve and his numbers have gotten better each of his first 2 seasons. He still isn’t being used to his potential. He has great hands and could be a very valuable piece to the Bengals’ offense. He can block and come off the line or he can split out wide like a receiver. He’s tough and fights for extra yards and can boost the red zone offense considerably. All he needs is more looks and opportunities and he will be a standout at TE.

Jermaine missed a couple of games last season due to injury, but still produced solid numbers. Being healthy this year and the hope of being a bigger part of the offense could make this a breakout year for him. He’s a perennial Pro Bowler in the making and a serious offensive weapon.

2012 Prediction- 65 receptions, 700 yards, 8 touchdowns

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