The Cincinnati Bengals just absolutely rolled over the Baltimore Ravens in a game where Joe Burrow fell just short of the single-game passing record. The Bengals had three wideouts over 100 yards and even Joe Mixon contributed in the passing game.
The Bengals have a legit shot to win the division with a 9-and6 record, they are currently in the lead with two games left to go. They’ve crushed the Ravens in both games and look to close the season out strong.
On offense, Jamarr Chase and Tee Higgins are firing on all cylinders and Joe Mixon has been able to stay healthy on the season. The key factor is the fact that the offensive line has been able to keep Burrow upright.
Taking Kentucky’s Darian Kinnard would help keep Burrow upright. At 6-foot-5 345-pounds, Kinnard is one of the nation’s top run-blocking tackles.
Currently, the Bengals have Jonah Williams manning the left tackle position with Riley Reiff out with injury leaving a hole at right tackle. Kinnard would slide in at right tackle and take over the job protecting Burrow
The Bengals have a bright future ahead, but they’ll need to protect Burrow in order to bring that future into existence.