Roundtable: Time for these Bengals to Step-Up

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Aug 23, 2012; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden on the sidelines during the first half against the Green Bay Packers at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports

Dustin Meritt

Jay Gruden and QB Andy Dalton- These two need to lock themselves in a room and figure out what type of offense is going to be successful because they are seriously lacking identity. Once a team eliminates AJ Green and the outside passing routes the offense seems to go into a shell. It might be time to activate the fullback and go back to setting up the pass with the run.

 

Matt Guise

The only answer for me is of course, Andy Dalton. I don’t want to sound like a broken record, but if he was an elite QB, i honestly believe we would be the No 1. seed in the AFC.

 

Ty Mercurio

I think the obvious choice is Andy Dalton at the moment, and that may be true; however, the team overall needs to play better on the road. This season they don’t force the turnovers on the road that they get at home, and crowd noise really puts an effect on Andy Dalton.

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