There is no question that Joe Burrow is an elite quarterback playing at an extremely high level. He is young and a gunslinger, but there are still some skills he has to hone in on. While this is his first normal offseason, he should hopefully start the season with a blazing first stretch of games.
The Bengals play the two worst defensive divisions in the AFC South and the NFC West, so Burrow should shine and hopefully eclipse a 5,000-yard season.
1. Wide Receiver
No matter what the future holds for this group of players, Cincinnati sports the best wide receiver room in the league. The trio of Chase, Higgins, and Boyd is unmatched while rookies Charlie Jones and Andre Iosavis are also looking to make a name for themselves.
Sprinkle in fan-favorite Trenton Irwin paired with special teams ace and run-blocker Stanley Morgan, and you have the best wide receiver core in the league. While this likely is the last season Higgins and Boyd are in the orange and black together, this group of players is extremely elite.