The National Football League's official Twitter account failed to include Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon in a video montage with a tweet promoting the 2021 NFL Draft that said, "The amount of talent of the 2017 NFL Draft RB class is simply unfair." And it got the attention of the Bengals' official account in addition to former Bengals assistant coach Kyle Caskey.
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is recovering from a torn left ACL and MCL, but that didn't stop him from being mentioned in BetOnline's latest NFL MVP odds for the 2021-22 season. Burrow is tied with Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield and Titans signal-caller Ryan Tannehill for the 10th best odds to win the award at 33/1. It may sound unlikely, but second-year quarterbacks have won the award in two of the past three seasons.
Former Bengals wide receiver Tim McGee gave his thoughts in an exclusive sit down with AllBengals. If they don’t draft an offensive lineman, they should draft a quarterback because they’re going to need multiple quarterbacks who can shuffle in between Christ hospital," McGee said. In the Bengals case, it was scary what we were seeing.