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Over the past few days, I have taken a look at the positions that have significant needs to be addressed either through free agency or the draft. I put a poll with each to gauge your opinions on how the Bengals should approach each position. And you have spoken. With a little more info now that the Combine is complete, let’s recap. Running Back: This position drew the strongest amount of interest, and for good reason. The position has to be more productive. BJGE was productive over the entire season, but the running game needs more pop and sizzle than he alone can give it. But if you are looking for the Bengals to draft that change-of-pace back on Day 1 or Day 2, you may find yourself disappointed. The Bengals are sending signals that they are looking for a more complete back, someone with some overlap with BJGE’s skill set who could carry a healthy portion of the load if necessary. (Truthfully, doesn’t it make sense to get as much for the investment as possible for a high draft pic...
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