Way too early predictions for Cincinnati Bengals’ offense

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CINCINNATI, OH - OCTOBER 07: Quarterback Andy Dalton
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Way too early predictions for Cincinnati Bengals' offense
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With a new year, fresh expectations arise for the Bengals’ offense. How will the Bengals do with the addition of new skill players?

The Bengals offense has gone through some big changes, switching to a faster and younger group. With the addition of new receivers, a new running back and new starters on the offensive line, the Bengals’ offense will go through a renaissance. Cincinnati drafted skill positions high in the NFL draft and hope the picks pay off big. Cincy’s offense was ranked No.13 in yards per game last year and ranked No. 24 in points per game. If the Bengals plan on making any noise next season, they must be able to get in the red zone and score touchdowns.

The red zone woes aren’t anything new and actually have been a problem for a while. Tyler Eifert seemed like the answer to the problem but Eifert’s availability has been a concern for the Bengals. If Eifert and Green can stay healthy throughout the season… expect big production and a boost in points per game next year.

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