Cincinnati Bengals: Biggest Weaknesses, Strengths

June 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Today, the subject is the Cincinnati Bengals.
Biggest Strength: Cornerback
The Bengals have used two first round picks in past years on their starting corner backs Johnathan Joseph and Leon Hall.
Let us start with Joseph. The former 2006 first round pick has explosive quickness about him. Perhaps the latter is the best reason his cover skills are so first-rate.
Another skill that makes Joseph one of the best in the game are his quarterback awareness. Look at this ball thrown by Ben Roethlisberger. Holmes and Big Ben were not on the same page, but Joseph still needed to make a play on the ball.
Joseph made six interceptions this past season. That tied him with his counterpart, among others, for fifth in the league.
Joseph's accomplice is none other than Leon Hall. The former first round pick is literally the same exact size as Joseph. 
Hall doesn't have wonderful speed. Hall isn't a liability in man coverage, but it puts his mar...

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