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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Topics: 2009 NFL Draft, 2010 NFL Draft, 2012 NFL Regular Season, Afc, AFC North, Andre Smith, Andrew Whitworth, Andy Dalton, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Bengals, Jermaine Gresham, Jordan Shipley, NFL, NFL News, NFL Pro Bowl, Offense, Offensive Tackle, OT, Pro Bowl, QB, Quarterback, Receiving Yards, Receptions, TE, Tight End, Touchdown, Wide Receiver, WR

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  • suenronfl

    keep the info coming, trust your picks, the only way we can know the players.  Here we mainly live FSU and Alabama.  We need this article to keep us up on Bengals.  Thanks again