The Cincinnati Bengals have to be better up front on both sides of the ball, as they were really pushed around last season. To make the offensive line better, the team traded for Bills offensive tackle Cordy Glenn and a swap of first round picks, and they could add another tackle with the selection. With the No. 21 overall pick in the first round, the Bengals should look to add to that offensive line, bringing in a player who could start on the right side right away.
Orlando Brown from Oklahoma is one of the best offensive tackle in this draft class, and he is going to be an instant starter at the next level. Placing Brown and Glenn as bookends on this offensive line will make life much easier for the likes of Joe Mixon next season, who should be even better in year two. The Bengals have been a bit of a joke the last few seasons, but they did come on strong to end the 2018 season.
Thanks to their good fortunes towards the end of the year, the team decided to bring back Marvin Lewis, who has yet to win a playoff game as their head coach. The team is hopefully he can steer this team in the right direction next season, as the fan base is growing tired of the losing. The Bengals still have enough talent to challenge in the AFC North, and having an elite offensive line could make them a Wild Card team next season.