The Cincinnati Bengals, like the rest of the NFL, understand that they need to improve their offensive line. Joe Burrow was fired seven times during Super Bowl 56, and that’s not even the most in the run-up to the season. The Tennessee Titans fired him 9 times in the AFC Split. There is no way for Cincinnati to continue to maintain his attack and continue to be an opponent.
The Bengals know what needs to be done and have taken steps to fix it. They signed Buccaneer Alex Kappa and former Patriot Ted Karras. Cincinnati doesn’t stop there.
Cincinnati has signed La’el Collins, who was recently released by the Dallas Cowboys, to a three-year contract. We’ve seen what Joe Burrow can do without solid protection. Now that Colins is there, the ceiling has just been raised for Bengalis.
WynnBET currently the Bengals odds to win the Super Bowl are +1800. That line has fallen from the open position +1200. Deshaun Watson’s arrival in the AFC North certainly made the difference, but it also created value for the Bengals bettors.
The Bengals investment didn’t just keep Burrow and the game going. It will also elevate Joe Mixon and the running game. Mixon finished last season with 1,205 yards forward and 13 touchdowns. The Bengals can now be one of the most balanced attack lines in the league.
Cincinnati is in for a tougher game and will make it through the team competition to return to the Super Bowl. However, they are now experienced and have overcome their biggest weakness.
With an MVP contender able to stand their ground in midfield, the Bengals will be more dangerous than ever in 2022.
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