As fantasy football continues to grow each year, fantasy experts get started on their rankings earlier to provide the best information for fantasy football beginners and veterans alike. I have already posted my top 10 positional rankings on quarterbacks, wide receivers, running backs, and tight ends. Now I will take a look at which Bengals are worth drafting, and when you should expect to take them.
If you’re a Bengals fan, and you are having a fantasy football draft with other Bengals fans, beware of the ‘homer picks’. These picks are by fantasy team owners who draft players from their favorite teams way too early because they like them a lot, or they overvalue them. I’ll give you a breakdown of which Bengals you should draft, and where they should be drafted, as well as which spot on your team in which you should start them.
I believe there are seven different Bengals that could be taken in a fantasy draft this year. Let’s get started.
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