The Bengals nightmare season continues after reaching the Super Bowl last year. Cincinnati’s offensive line continues to hold QB Joe Burrow back and he’s clearly rattled. RB Joe Mixon has also struggled and the run game is weaker than 2021. He’s averaging almost 3.0 yards per carry through five games. Burrow has been sacked 18 times in five games and continues to be forced to throw under pressure. That’s going to have to change in order for the Bengals to right this ship.
The Saints have had a revolving door on offense due to injuries. Last week, it was Taysom Hill who stepped up and helped New Orleans end a three-game skid with a 39-32 win over the Seahawks. Hill literally put the team on his back, accounting for four TDs (one passing, three rushing) and 112 rushing yards on just nine carries.
Bengals vs. Saints
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