Cincinnati Bengals Depth Chart

Cincinnati Bengals Depth Chart

AFC North
Stadium
Paul Brown Stadium
Head Coach
Zac Taylor
Offensive Coordinator
Brian Callahan
Defensive Coordinator
Lou Anarumo
Special Teams Coach
Darrin Simmons
Defensive Scheme
4-3
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A.J. Green Done With Rehab

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (ankle), who missed all of the 2019 season and 23 of the last 24 games with foot and ankle issues, said he's "done with rehab" and will "start working out right away." Green prefers to stay with the Bengals on a multi-year deal but won't sit out next year if he's slapped with the franchise tag. The 31-year-old opened his career with five straight 1,000-yard seasons, but he's reached that mark just once in the last four years, mainly due to injuries. If he can stay healthy going into 2020, Green could easily bounce back, but Cincy's uncertain situation at quarterback and his health are major concerns from a fantasy perspective.

22 days ago
Andy Dalton Accounts For Two Scores In Win

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton threw for 190 yards and a touchdown on 16-for-28 passing during the win over the Browns in Week 17. He also threw an interception, while adding eight carries for 10 yards and another score. After tossing four picks against the Patriots in Week 15, the veteran finished out the season on a positive note by accumulating 586 yards, five touchdowns, and one interception over his final two starts. With the Bengals projected to take LSU quarterback Joe Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 draft, things will get interesting for Dalton this coming offseason, with a potential trade not out of the question for the 32-year-old as he enters the final installment of a six-year contract extension that he signed back in 2014.

23 days ago
Joe Mixon Finishes The Year Strong

Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon ran for a season-high 162 yards and two scores on 26 attempts during the win over Cleveland in Week 17. He also had a catch for 14 yards. The 23-year-old had his best game of the year on Sunday, compiling an average of 6.2 yards per carry while recording his first double-touchdown performance in 2019. Mixon found his groove as a runner in the second half of the season by recording all five of his rushing touchdowns during the last eight weeks, while also logging all four of his 100-plus yard outings during that same span. If the Bengals can fix the offensive line, which was arguably the worst in the league, Mixon could see his production spike in the 2020 season. Dynasty managers will want to keep an eye on this situation during the offseason.

23 days ago
Tyler Boyd Records 59 Yards In Win

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd caught five of his seven targets for 59 yards during the Week 17 win over Cleveland. This type of performance has been the norm for Boyd, who has logged five catches or less in six of his last seven games of the year. With A.J. Green (foot) not having played a game all year, Boyd didn't exactly have the breakout season that many had hoped for, especially for those who took him earlier than his ADP. While Green's future in Cincinnati is up in the air, the team has long-term plans for the 25-year-old, who signed a four-year, $43 million extension back in July. If the Bengals can fix the offensive line, and figure things out at the quarterback position, Boyd could be poised for his best season to date in 2020.

23 days ago
John Ross Brings In Only Two Catches

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver John Ross brought in two of his five targets for 42 yards during the win over the Browns on Sunday. He also added a carry for negative yardage. After compiling 11 catches for 270 yards and three touchdowns during the first two weeks of the year, Ross' season was derailed after suffering a chest injury during the Week 4 matchup against the Steelers. He never looked the same upon his return, with the closet he came to his early-season efficiency coming in Week 16 against the Dolphins by finishing with six catches for 84 yards. With the quarterback situation in Cincinnati shrouded in mystery and the future of A.J. Green (foot) in question, at least with the Bengals, Ross' projection for next season is uncertain, with more being revealed during the offseason.

23 days ago