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Is the Red Zone Offense the Bengals’ Weakest Link?

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In the Chicago game, Sanu was the only player targeted to reach the red zone, but he fumbled the ball at the 17-yard line. Gresham and Eifert had no passes their way within the red zone. In the Pittsburgh game, Sanu had two passes towards him in the red zone. One, he made it to the 1 yard line, the other was not caught.

Eifert had one pass in the red zone and was not caught, however, there was a pass interference call. Gresham had no targets within the red zone. In the Green Bay game, Sanu had one pass to him where he picked up a big 3rd down conversion and made it to the 5-yard line. Eifert and Gresham had no passes to them in the red zone. In the Cleveland game, Eifert was the only player to catch a ball, even though he wasn’t targeted technically (tipped ball). Sanu and Gresham were not targeted. In the New England game, Eifert was the only player targeted in the red zone, and that was an interception. Sanu and Gresham were not targeted.

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