The Cincinnati Bengals and new head coach Zac Taylor clearly want to run the football and take pressure off of incumbent starting QB Andy Dalton as evidenced by their 2019 NFL Draft Class. With the upper tier linebackers of the board within the top 10 picks, the Cincinnati Bengals opted to select offensive tackle Jonah Williams out of Alabama. Unfortunately, Williams had to undergo surgery for a torn labrum and won’t be suiting up for the Bengals until 2020. With their second round pick, the Bengals drafted TE Drew Sample out of Washington. While Sample was sparingly used in the passing game (as are most collegiate tight ends) he may very well best blocker, run or pass at the position in the entirety of the 2019 NFL Draft Class. With the 3rd and 4th Bengals draft picks Cincinnati Selected OLB Germaine Pratt and QB Ryan Finley teammates at North Carolina State. The Bengals weren’t done in the fourth round bolstering both sides of the line of scrimmage adding the powerful Renell Wren (ASU) and yet another piece to the offensive line in Ohio State’s Michael Jordan. With a trio of 6th round selections Cincy added underrated Aggie RB Trayveon Williams, LB Deshaun Davis from Auburn, and oft-injured but talented dual threat running back Rodney Anderson (Oklahoma). The Bengals added to their cornerback depth in the 7th round with Jordan Brown out of South Dakota State. Couch Potato General Manager. Couch Potato GM. CPGM. Cincinnati Bengals Draft Recap 2019.
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