Bengals Offense 2016: Previewing Cincinnati’s Strength
The 2016 Bengals offense looks scary. If Andy Dalton limits turnovers he’ll have a real chance to be MVP this year. The running game is back.
Now that the majority of Preseason cuts have happened we can preview the 2016 Bengals offense with some certainty. While the combo of Dalton/Green will stay intact for this season, don’t expect a dynamic Receiving corps the likes of Chad Johnson and T. J. Houshmandzadeh or A.J. Green and Marvin Jones.
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This receiving corps, even counting the tight end position, will be relatively young outside of AJ Green and Brandon Lafell. Of course, the wide receivers best friend is a rushing attack that brings a solid play-action passing attack with it. With the return of Jeremy Hill‘s downhill rumble and Giovani Bernard‘s sideways shake the Bengals 2016 offense will remain dynamic even as it is dynamically different from last year’s campaign.
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