Bengals could form a Superteam in 2022 with these 9 free agents
By now fans are all too familiar with who Ryan Jensen is and they want him on their team. Jensen might be in his 30s but he’s only gotten better with age and now with Tom Brady retiring, the Bucs center might be willing to sign elsewhere this offseason rather than return to Tampa Bay.
If the Bengals are serious about getting back to the Super Bowl again in 2022, they can’t be content with Trey Hopkins as their center. Jensen is the best possible option this offseason and he needs to be the one snapping the pigskin to Joe Burrow when the season gets underway.
The best right guard option in free agency is Brandon Scherff but with the Bengals already committing to an injury-prone offensive lineman in Terron Armstead, they can’t add two injury-prone o-linemen. That’s why Austin Corbett is the other option here.
Corbett might not be as solid as Scherff but he has something key that Scherff doesn’t, which is durability. Corbett hasn’t missed a single game the past two years and durability goes a long way with a team that is vying for championships.
A healthy and productive right guard is just what the Bengals need to become a Superteam.
Last, but not least, we turn to Morgan Moses as the right tackle on the offensive line. We know that the Bengals won’t put their new offensive line together in free agency but if they were to be a Superteam, these five players would be added to help make their o-line a strength and not a weakness.
Moses is injury-free and showed he still has what it takes to be a franchise right tackle during his lone season with the Jets. Cincinnati adding one of the best right tackles in free agency would only make them scarier.
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These 10 players won’t all join the Cincinnati Bengals, as the expected salaries would be too much for the team to afford but if the team could even add two or three of these guys, that’d be a huge win for the stripes. Imagining all 10 of these players joining the reigning AFC champions, however, would have the rest of the NFL shaking in their boots.