Bengals vs. Eagles: Offensive Position battles

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December 2, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham (84) is tackled out of bounds by San Diego Chargers safety Corey Lynch (41) during the second quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Tight End

Bengals: Jermaine Gresham and Orson Charles
Eagles: Clay Harbor
This is by far the easiest decision with Eagles’ Brent Celek out. The Eagles are left with just Harbor who has only 158 yards receieving on the season while Gresham is probably on his way to another pro-bowl season. He has finally hit his groove and has become Dalton’s number 2 option. Charles vs. Harbor would be a debate but Harbor vs. Charles AND Gresham isn’t even close.

Advantage: Bengals
Offensive Line

Bengals: Andrew Whitworth, Andre Smith, Kyle Cook, Trevor Robinson, Kevin Zeitler, and Clint Boling
Eagles: Jake Scott, King Dunlap, Dennis Kelly, Dallas Reynolds, and Evan Mathis
Just went it looked like the Eagles line was on the rise, they come out with a terrible performance against Tampa. The Bengals also struggled protecting the quarterback but their running game was pretty good. The Bengals though have been way better this season protecting their QB as the Eagles have been called the worst in the league at some points having Vick and Foles on the run nearly every play.

Advantage: Bengals


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