20 best offensive linemen available for the Bengals in 2023 free agency

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6. Nate Davis

  • Overall - 70.6
  • Pass-Blocking - 66.8
  • Run-Blocking - 69.8

The Bengals don't need a right guard so Davis won't be on their radar, even as talented as he is. He's projected to earn $7 million per year and land a three-year deal, which seems like a good price for a guard entering his prime.

5. Kaleb McGary

  • Overall - 86.6
  • Pass-Blocking - 66.9
  • Run-Blocking - 91.6

Unlike a lot of the guys on this list, McGary's strengths are as a run-blocker. This might have been helped by the fact that the Falcons were an offense that ran the ball a lot so perhaps his numbers were skewed by that. Either way, teams will take a chance on McGary and if the Bengals want to sign him, it'd cost a projected $52 million.

4. Ben Powers

  • Overall - 62.9
  • Pass-Blocking - 86.5
  • Run-Blocking - 50.8

The Ravens have to figure out a way to keep Lamar Jackson so they might not be able to afford to pay Powers the $36 million it'll take to keep Powers in Baltimore. Nothing would make Bengals happier than to pry a talented player away from the Ravens and Powers would immediately give them an upgrade at left guard.