The Bengals offense was well behind what it should have been in 2017. Everybody knows that, and the organization has taken steps to fill in the gaps.
The good news is the Bengals offense already boasts real talent, including seven-time Pro Bowl selection A.J. Green. The offensive line had its problems, though, which hurt the whole unit. Andy Dalton also didn’t have the team’s best weapons at his disposal, since Tyler Eifert and John Ross both missed most of the season.
If you take those things into account, the Bengals offense should be pretty good this season, right?
Not if you ask ESPN’s Bill Barnwell. He ranked all 32 teams’ “offensive arsenals” and put the Bengals at 16.
Barnwell took every team’s offensive players into account, eliminating the offensive line and the quarterback.

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