Bengals post-Super Bowl mock draft: Cincinnati adds help on o-line

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. EDGE. Fighting Irish . Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa. 207. player. 819

Round 6: Pick 207 – Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa, EDGE (Notre Dame)

What Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa offers to whatever team drafts him is versatility. Notre Dame had him playing 3-tech as well as edge rusher, which is where he really shined. The Fighting Irish EDGE finished the 2021 season with 26 tackles (6.5 for loss), 2.5 sacks, one forced fumble, and a defended pass.

The Bengals can’t be content with what they have at pass rush. Adding a late-round pick like Tagovailoa-Amosa could be a nice boost to the depth of their defense.

There’s no school listed for Markquese Bell because he attended Florida A&M and I guess we didn’t have a graphic for them. Bell jumped around from Maryland to Coffeyville Community College and finishing things out at Florida A&M.

The official Florida A&M athletics site says that Bell had 95 tackles, five forced fumbles, two sacks, and one deflected pass during his senior season with the Rattlers. Now this production came against not as daunting offenses but those numbers are impressive no matter how you swing it.

The Bengals need to build up their safety depth and even more so if Ricardo Allen leaves in free agency.

. IDL. Tigers . Neil Farrell Jr.. 249. player. 817

With their final pick in this mock draft, the Bengals add another former LSU standout in Neil Farrell Jr. The hope with Farrell is that the defense could use him as a rotational guy on the interior of the d-line.

As good as that unit was, they could certainly use some depth pieces and that’s where Farrell could be a factor. Now, is Farrell going to be a star? Probably not, but Cincinnati loves their LSU prospects and they have a need for an interior defensive lineman.

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How would you feel if the draft went down this way or in a similar fashion?