The Bengals’ road to the Super Bowl is one step closer after their victory over the Ravens Sunday. Kansas City will face the Jacksonville Jaguars. Meanwhile, the Bengals will head to Buffalo to face the Bills, just four weeks after the previous matchup was cancelled. The Bengals look to be in good shape after their win over Baltimore, but defeating the Buffaloes is a daunting task, and it’s going to get even harder as Joe’s burrow protection may be one less than his. After revamping in the offseason, the same five starters in the offensive line played in his first 15 weeks of the season. Up to three of them could miss on Sunday. Torn ACL and MCL against New England on Christmas Eve.Kappa and Williams returns are in doubt.Fairfield High School alum Jackson Carmen replaces Williams in wild card win, Hakeem Adenizi and Max Sharping He replaced another injured starter, but Zack Taylor praised his assistants for getting everyone ready to play right away. “You have to mentally put yourself in that situation. Our players really did it.” But it’s clear something needs to be done. was done. The Bengals hope to make up for less time in the pocket in the running game.They ran just 51 yards against Baltimore.
The Bengals’ road to the Super Bowl is one step closer after their victory over the Ravens on Sunday.
The Bengals officially made it through the wild card round with a big win over Ravens Sunday. And now they’re heading into the Divisional Round.
Now let’s take a look at the current state of AFC.
Kansas City will say goodbye to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Meanwhile, the Bengals head to Buffalo to face the Bills just four weeks after their last matchup was canceled by the NFL.
The Bengals are looking good, but a win over Baltimore makes it even harder to beat the Buffaloes as it’s a lot of work and Joe Burrow’s potential loss of another piece of protection.
After revamping in the offseason, the same five starters on the offensive line played in the first 15 weeks of the season.
Up to three of them could be gone on Sunday.
Offensive tackle Rael Collins will be out for a year after suffering a torn ACL and MCL against New England on Christmas Eve.
Two weeks ago, the Bengals’ Alex Kappa sat out against Baltimore with a left ankle injury.
And on Sunday, left tackle Jonah Williams had to leave the game with a dislocated patella.
The return of Cappa and Williams is questionable.
Fairfield High School alumnus Jackson Carmen replaced Williams in the wild card win, while Hakeem Adenizi and Max Sharping filled in for the other injured starters.
This isn’t something he’d like to see much during the season or heading into the postseason, but Zach Taylor admits his assistants are ready to have everyone playing right away.
“I really think Frank and Derek have done a great job preparing for situations like this,” Taylor said. Our players really did it.”
But it is clear that something must be done. Joe Burrow was fired four times on Sunday night.
The Bengals hope to make up for less time in the pocket in run games.
They ran just 51 yards against Baltimore and hope to improve that number against Buffalo.
https://www.wlwt.com/article/bengals-injuries-jonah-willians-alex-cappa-update/42532675 Bengals head coach Taylor says injured lineman is ‘every week’