The most important thing the Bengals have to change to slow down the mutiny from their fan base it is the team’s offensive line. The Bengals could commit an entire offseason towards their offensive line, and many fans still wouldn’t be satisfied. The first step toward fixing up the offensive line and achieving a much-improved result was the Bengals replacing long-time offensive line Paul Alexander with former Cowboys offensive line Frank Pollack.
A lot of attention has been paid early on this offseason to what Pollack has to say about the current state of his new offensive line, but he is mostly just trying to keep an open mind. After all, he hasn’t worked with any of these guys yet.
A positive development is his interest in the Bengals’ young interior linemen: Christian Westerman and Alex Redmond.


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