3 Bengals who are tumbling in value after 2nd preseason game

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The Cincinnati Bengals lost preseason game No. 2 to the Washington Football Team and these three Bengals saw their value take a hit with the loss.

In this group, there are two players who likely had a backup role waiting for them when the season began. One of them probably still will serve in that role and while the other has been outperformed to this point, they’ve proven in the past that they’re best suited for the backup role.

The other player whose value is tumbling is a first-round pick who will be a starter no matter what happens, but so far, drops have been a major concern (you can probably piece together who I’m talking about).

Now, it’s worth noting that we’re only two games into preseason and there’s just one more preseason game and several practices left before the regular season kicks off against the Vikings. If a player’s value is tumbling now, it doesn’t necessarily mean they won’t make the roster or even lose out on their original role (assuming they had one set in stone).

Let’s check out the three Bengals who saw their value tumble after the loss to Washington.