Gosh, the Cincinnati Bengals need a lot of help everywhere.
It could be time to move on from embattled quarterback Andy Dalton, although one would guess the Bengals hang on with him for a little while longer to address more pressing needs.
If that’s the case, Cincy would be wise to make some upgrades along the offensive line. After all, Football Outsiders ranked this group 19th in pass protection last year.
Yet there are more pressing issues on the defensive side of the ball. Only the Raiders and Buccaneers gave up more than the 455 points the Bengals allowed in 2018, meaning no one’s job on defense should be totally safe.
Some help along the defensive line would be nice. Yet Cincinnati could grab a key impact player in LSU linebacker Devin White, who is often seen in the top five of many a mock NFL Draft.
If he slips to No. 11, the Bengals would be getting a young, promising coverage linebacker capable of rushing the passer, too. Those types of players are exceptionally difficult to find, and White would be a defensive piece to build around for years to come.