Predicting how Bengals OL will look in 2022 after Super Bowl performance

Cincinnati Bengals center Trey Hopkins - Mandatory Credit: Albert Cesare-USA TODAY Sports
Cincinnati Bengals center Trey Hopkins - Mandatory Credit: Albert Cesare-USA TODAY Sports /
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Quinton Spain #67, Cincinnati Bengals (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images) /

Left Guard: Quinton Spain

The Bengals re-signed Quinton Spain last offseason to a one-year deal and it paid off, as he was mostly pretty good at left guard. He won the starting job in training camp and when he went down with an injury, we saw how needed Spain was in the role.

Spain finished the year with a PFF grade of 72.3, which is pretty good. PFF also noted that he surrended five sacks during the season.

Was Spain amazing in the role? No, but he was one of the best o-linemen for the team and had more good games than bad games.

Spain is a free agent so the Bengals would have to re-sign him once again but considering he seems happy in Cincinnati and the team took a chance on him last year after a mediocre 2020 season, he’d hopefully return and would be motivated to win the left guard job again.

This might not excite people but the entire o-line won’t be wiped clean. I’d expect a few familiar faces there.

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