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https://plus.google.com/111828025917501037174 Monte Kivo : AFC North camp preview: Cincinnati Bengals aim to sign Green www.BettorsChat.com CINCINNATI -- With...
AFC North camp preview: Cincinnati Bengals aim to sign Green
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CINCINNATI -- With the Dez Bryant and Demaryius Thomas contracts setting the wide receiver market for an A.J. Green extension, it is not a question of if the Cincinnati Bengals will get a deal done but when.

And for the Bengals, it can't come soon enough. In a training camp that doesn't have many personnel issues, wrapping up a contract with Green is one of the major issues when drills begin Friday at the team's practice fields adjacent to Paul Brown Stadium.

Contract extensions generated headlines three of the past four Bengals training camps and preseasons. In 2011, cornerback Leon Hall and tackle Andrew Whitworth agreed to extensions the day before the final preseason game. In 2013, it was defensive tackle Geno Atkins' turn, as he signed on Labor Day. Last year, quarterback Andy Dalton got his deal done midway through training camp.

As with Dalton and Atkins' deals, getting Green's done will help set the salary structure for free agency next offseason. Considering the Bengals have $16.85 million in cap room and carried over nearly $8.7 million from last season, they have the room to do it.

Another reason to get it done now is because the Bengals have a large group of key players in the final year of their contracts. Besides Green, other starters going into the final year are Hall, Whitworth, cornerback Adam Jones, tackle Andre Smith, safeties George Iloka and Reggie Nelson along with wide receivers Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones. All of them will not be back, meaning that this is the last shot for a current group that head coach Marvin Lewis built since 2011.

Besides Green's contract, the other focus on the offense remains the same as it was for the past three years: Can Dalton prove he is a big-game quarterback? The Bengals are the first team in NFL history to go one-and-out in the postseason four straight years, and Lewis tied Jim Mora Sr. for the most playoff games coached without a victory (six).

A big key to the offense will be balance. Jeremy Hill led the league in rushing the last nine weeks of the season, but most of that was due to injuries to Jones, tight end Tyler Eifert and Green. By the time the Bengals got to the playoffs, they were one-dimensional because of a lack of receivers.

Said Lewis during minicamp about his expectations for the offense: "Be an aggressive, attacking type of offense. Be physical at the line of scrimmage and so forth. And then we've got to go out and do it play after play after play. That's what is important. We get to do those things once the fall rolls around."

CAMP CALENDAR

July 30: Team reports

July 31: First practice

Aug. 11-12: Joint practices with Giants in Cincinnati

Aug. 19: Camp ends

--Team strength: Running back.

Jeremy Hill is a three-down back who can wear teams down and also possesses an extra bit of speed when he gets to the second level. Giovani Bernard dealt with injuries last year but is a good change-of-pace option who can also catch the ball out of the backfield. Coach Marvin Lewis said he expects both backs to get an equal amount of carries, but Hill will be the starter.

--Breakout player: Cornerback Darqueze Dennard.

Last year's first-round pick saw only 62 defensive snaps in 2014, but that was mostly by design. Cornerback is one of the hardest positions to come in and immediately contribute as a rookie because of a lack of technique, but Lewis said he was pleased with how Dennard approached things during OTAs and minicamp.

--Work in progress: Tight end.

Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson wants to run the ball, and he loves two-tight end sets. However, after third-year pro Tyler Eifert, the Bengals are looking for that second tight end from a field of five rookies or first-year players who have never taken an NFL snap. Tyler Kroft, a third-round pick from Rutgers, is the leader in the clubhouse.

Also in the mix could be second-rounder Jake Fisher, a tackle from Oregon. Not as a long-range option, but Fisher is a nimble athlete and a high school tight end who may be able to work at the spot in a pinch. He did catch some balls during the spring.
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This is what studs do.  This is what leaders do.  And by the way Mo has been busting his ass all off season getting ready for this season.  You come into camp (Friday) in better shape, and more confident than anyone else at camp.  Preparation is the best…
I can't explain enough how much I Love Mohamed Sanu being our #2 WR
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https://plus.google.com/101670535956130301977 Chris Limburg : 2015 Cincinnati Bengals Fantasy Football Team Preview The Bengals finished the 2014 campaign with 10...
2015 Cincinnati Bengals Fantasy Football Team Preview

The Bengals finished the 2014 campaign with 10-5-1 record and then per usual were destroyed on Wild Card weekend as they have been for the last four years straight under quarterback Andy Dalton. The Bengals have not won a playoff game in 24 years and it is starting to bug offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. "Last season cut me to the core. I promise you that," Jackson told The Cincinnati Enquirer recently. "I think it's cut a lot of people at the core because we are tired. I'm tired of being the brunt of jokes. I'm tired of our organization being the brunt of jokes. ... I don't want to be the laughingstock of anything and neither do those players in there on the offense." As crappy as the Bengals have been in the playoffs they actually have a lot of players who are very relevant from a fantasy prospective. Lets analyze the Bengals heading into 2015.


Quarterback

Dalton is the definition of a mediocre fantasy quarterback. In 2014 Dalton threw for 3398 yards with 19 TD's and 17 INT's while maintaining a QB rating of 83.5. This is a sharp regression from his 2013 numbers of 4293-33-20-88.8 where he finished with 223 fantasy points which ranked 5th in the NFL for the year. 2011-2012 he posted similar numbers which tells me again he's "ok" during the regular season but falls completely apart in January every year when the chips are on the line. Truthfully, I am not sure what is going on here. He has talent and he obviously has weapons both in the backfield and with his receiving corps that are led by AJ Green. What I think is lacking here is the proverbial "it" factor and at this point it is clear to me that Dalton just doesn't have "it". Good guy, decent skill but doesn't show up in primetime, or playoff games and that is a huge problem. Fantasy wise Dalton is not your starting QB unless you are in deeper leagues say 16 team leagues for example. He's a matchup based QB at best on a week to week basis which means he could have some value in the one week leagues because more than likely he will be inexpensive. Gauge the matchup and use Dalton accordingly but trust me when I say there are better options out there in traditional 12 team formats. The Bengals are very high on second year QB AJ McCarron out of Alabama and from all accounts I am hearing McCarron is pushing Dalton pretty hard. If Dalton struggles early on don't be surprised if you hear cries for McCarron's name coming from the upper deck of Paul Brown Stadium.

Running Back

The Bengals main strength of their offense lies with their strong running game. Second year pro Jeremy Hill out of LSU had a breakout campaign in 2014 rushing for 1124 yards and 9 TD's while averaging a whopping 5.21 yards per carry. Furthermore, Hill also caught 27 passes for an additional 215 yards which helped him to finish as the 10th best running back in PPR formats. With fantasy RB's I am a prove it to me for more than one year guy. I like Hill a lot but I am not sure I am ready to spend my first round pick on him at this point over someone like Calvin Johnson which is pretty much the late first round range we are talking about with Hill. Some people will disagree with me and that is fine but I view Hill as more of a high end RB2 that could potentially progress into your RB1 as the season wears on. Furthermore, another reason I am not ready to give Hill my number one running back job yet is the presence of Giovani Bernard.

2014 represented a down year for Bernard due partly to missing some games because of injuries, and also due to losing snaps to Hill. The three year North Carolina product rushed for 680 yards with 5 TD's last season including a 89 yarder against the Carolina Panthers. Bernard also caught 43 passes out of the backfield for an additional 349 yards and 2 scores.  Bernard is a superior pass catcher out the backfield than Hill and this is one of the main reasons that I think people who put all their eggs into Hill's basket this year investing a first round pick in him may be a little disappointed. His pass catching skills also make him a very reliable option in PPR formats. Bernard finished the 2014 campaign as the number 16th ranked RB in fantasy amassing an impressive 192.90 points despite missing 3 games. Trust me Hill will see plenty of carries and is a very nice back but Bernard is just too talented to not get touches. Rounding out the Bengals backfield at press time include Rex Burkhead, Cedrick Peerman, James Wilder Jr. (yes that James Wilder formally of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers), and rookie Terrell Watson out of Azusa Pacific.  Look for Watson and most likely one of these other backs to make a push to make the Bengals 53 man roster but nobody here makes a fantasy impact unless and injury occurs to Bernard or Hill.

Receivers


Obviously Green represents a true WR1 when it comes to fantasy football. In only 13 games last year Green still hauled in 69 passes for 1041 yards and 6 TD's. Green has been immensely productive since he entered the league in 2011 and nothing suggests anything will change in 2015. Despite missing those aforementioned three games and playing in only portions of four others due to a nagging foot injury Green still finished the season as the 24th ranked WR in fantasy racking up an impressive 206.80 fantasy points. Green may be available this year in the late 2nd or early 3rd round on account of last seasons injuries and also the emergence of sexy new receivers such as the Giants Odell Beckham Jr. who will surely fly off the board ahead of the former UGA star. Don't let this deter you. If you can snag Green as your WR1 he will not disappoint you with his production.

Marvin Jones missed the entire 2014 campaign due to foot and ankle injuries but I am hearing he is a full go for 2015. This is good news for Bengals fans because Jones when healthy along with Mohamed Sanu represent formidable options to line up along side Green. In 2013 when Jones was healthy he quickly became one of Daltons favorite targets catching 51 passes for 712 yards and an impressive 10 TD's. Not sure he scores that much in 2015 with the emergence of the aforementioned Sanu but Jones is someone that if available in the late rounds you may consider.

Sanu and Jones will battle for the starting job along side Green. It's pretty much a coin flip at this point and you will want to monitor the situation in training camp because whoever of these two wins the number 2 job in Cincinnati heading into the opener obviously has the higher fantasy value. Rookies Mario Alford, Jake Kumerow along with Cobi Hamilton, Tevin Reece, Brandon Tate, James Wright,and former Raider Denarious Moore will battle it out for the remaining 2-3 receiver spots on the Bengals opening day roster.

TE Tyler Eifert represents one of my bigger sleepers heading into 2015. Last year Eifert hurt his elbow in Week 1 against the Ravens and was on injured reserve by September, 10th. The third year pro out of Notre Dame is highly athletic and figures to be a big part of Cincinnati's offense this season especially near the goal line.  He will be a sexy late round pick this year at TE for people who miss out on the bigger name TE's that are drafted earlier. Due to his size and athleticism Eifert can pose real problems for defenses trying to defend him, a fact that offensive coordinator Jackson will surely try to take advantage of if Eifert remains healthy. Other TE's on the Bengals roster currently include Ryan Hewitt, Tyler Kroft, and Jake Murphy none of whom has any fantasy value at the present time.

DST

The AFC North represents a division that is known for its dominating defenses but in 2014 the Bengals failed to live up to their lofty expectations. Reports out of Cincinnati's OTA's has DT Geno Atkins looking fierce and if this is the case it will go a long way towards bringing the Bengals back to their 2013 form. 2014 was a down year for Atkins who was coming off an ACL tear that ended his 2013 campaign.  The Bengals defense as a whole plummeted to 30th overall in the NFL in 2014 and 24th in fantasy. As a unit they only managed 23 sacks a year ago which just doesn't get it done especially with regards to the smash mouth division with which they reside.  With Atkins healthy plus the additions of DE Michael Johnson and tackle Pat Sims, the Bengals have more than enough talent to regain their stellar 2013 form.  If their core can stay healthy in 2015 the Bengals could conceivably finish with a top-10 defense.

Please ask me a question or leave a comment below.

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New Jets RB Stevan Ridley has his new team’s name tattooed on his forearm.

Dolphins QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson is visiting El Salvador this weekend to teach 75 kids the fundamentals of football. (It would be fitting if they play the wrong U.S. national anthem.)

Patriots DE Chandler Jones helped celebrate Special Olympics athletes on Friday.

Former Bills QB and San Diego assistant Frank Reich says Buffalo remains very important to him.

Boise State RB Jay Ajayi visited the Ravens last week.

With A.J. Green, Marvin Jones, and Mohamed Sanu in contract years, the Bengals are eyeballing receivers in the draft.

The Browns need a better punt returner. (Or, at a minimum, a better punt catcher.)

Said former Steelers CB Bryant McFadden of Troy Polamalu: “I don’t know anybody in the NFL who doesn’t like Troy. If you have an issue with Troy, you’ve got to look at yourself in the mirror. That’s the type of guy he is.”

Colts TE Jim Mutscheller, an unsung hero of The Greatest Game Ever Played, has died at 85.

Former Titans QB Kerry Collins on Troy Polamalu’s iconic leap over the line of scrimmage at the snap: “I looked up, and all I saw was hair in my facemask.”

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley returned to his alma mater, North Dakota State University, on Thursday.

The Texans’ local prospect day will include Prarie View QB Jerry Lovelocke.

The Chargers will kick the tires on DE Randy Gregory, a top-five talent who may slide through the teens.

Here’s a look at how zone blocking will help Broncos QB Peyton Manning.

Here’s a look at the nine players who have worn No. 68 for the Raiders, because there’s really no other team-related news to link to right now.

The operators of Arrowhead Stadium had a choice: Re-enact Super Bowl IV or stage a Rolling Stones concert.

The Cowboys keep looking at running backs in the 2015 draft class.

Giants WR Victor Cruz calls Dallas “enemies,” Philly “bigger enemies,” and Washington “respectable enemies.”

Free agents haven’t shied away from the Eagles because of Chip Kelly’s intense practice habits.

Washington LT Trent Williams, who’s entering the final year of his rookie deal, has changed agents.

The folks responsible for drafting former Bears CB Peanut Tillman still rave about him.

Lions QB Matthew Stafford found a way to get a workout in during his honeymoon in New Zealand.

Former Packers HB Johnny Papit has died at the age of 86.

Here’s a guided tour of the Vikings’ new stadium, which is 50 percent complete. (Green Bay fan says they can finish it even faster if they don’t bother to build a trophy case.)

Falcons CB Desmond Trufant is ready to become a leader.

Panthers CB Peanut Tillman says he can be an every-down corner.

Louisville WR DeVante Parker will visit the Saints.

Former Buccaneers coach Jon Gruden says good things about potential Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston. (Shocking, we know.)

Former Rams OT Joe Barksdale is still looking for a job.

The surprise retirement of 49ers LB Patrick Willis put things in perspective for his former teammates.

Seahawks safeties had plenty of praise for Troy Polamalu.

Former Cardinals DT Darnell Dockett has listed his Arizona home at $450,000 less than he paid for it in 2006.

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Seeing this success has also made Rutgers' football alumni proud. Cincinnati Bengals and former Rutgers wide receiver Mohamed Sanu actually thinks it's a statement for the program he joined in 2009.

"I think the program has definitely reached the next level," said Sanu, who was making the rounds Thursday on Radio Row during Super Bowl week. "Guys just have to see that, stay home and go to Rutgers and have the opportunity to play in games like this."

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