Cincinnati Bengals: 5 Keys to Success in 2013

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The past two seasons can be dubbed as successful by the Cincinnati Bengals’ standards, but if they want to continue to improve and actually win in the postseason, they need to do a couple of things:

1. Work on the Pass Protection.

– Last season was the worst season in terms of pass protection that the Bengals have had in a long long time. Andy Dalton had a career high in sacks (whether it is due to Dalton’s inability to throw right away and not hesitate, or the fact that our line gave up too much pressure) either, the Bengals need to get the ball out of the pocket just a little bit fast.


Nov 25, 2012; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (12) catches a pass for a touchdown against Oakland Raiders cornerback Ron Bartell (21) in the first half at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports

2. That being said, Dalton needs to find a Receiver (not Jermaine Gresham) that he can trust to catch the ball other than A.J. Green.

– As we all saw int he play-oof (Mis-Spell intended) for some reason, whether A.J. Green truly just could not get open, or the rumors are true that are plan was to isolate Jermaine Gresham, either it didn’t work. Gresham has very shady hands, and Mo Sanu (whether he turns out to be the No. 2 or not) was not healthy.

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