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Billy Price and tight end Tyler Kroft and perhaps it's not

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Billy Price and tight end Tyler Kroft and perhaps it's not

Postby elaine95 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:55 pm

The Bengals used their second of three sixth-round picks on their second linebacker of the weekend. Davis should provide immediate depth to a weak position group."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections #BITESIZEFilm RoomRoster Transactions and ContractsOrange & Black InsiderSalary Cap And CBANFL DraftAnalysisBreaking down the Bengals’ selection of Deshaun DavisNew ,11commentsThe Bengals used their second of three sixth-round picks on their second linebacker of the weekend. Davis should provide immediate depth to a weak position group. EDTShareTweetShareShareBreaking down the Bengals’ selection of Deshaun DavisJeremy Brevard-USA TODAY SportsThe Cincinnati Bengals made more draft maneuvers that we have become accustomed to, but they continued to amass talent on Day 3. And, with their second pick in the sixth round, Zac Taylor’s crew went to re-stock one of the club’s weakest position groups. Auburn’s Deshaun Davis was the pick at No. 210 overall, and while he has some limitations, he does bring a handful of great attributes to the Bengals’ defense. What Davis brings to the BengalsPhysicality: If you’re looking for an old school, thumping middle linebacker, then Davis is your guy. He is good at diagnosing a play, shooting into a lane and making the tackle with frequency. His 29.5 tackles for loss over the past four years bode well for a Bengals defense that needs improvement. Leadership and motivation: If you want to hear about a guy who has had a chip on his shoulder, you should research Davis. One of his middle school teachers apparently told him he’d be dead or in jail by the time he was 18. Instead, Davis parlayed his abilities into a football scholarship at one of the premiere college programs and was drafted into the NFL. Zac Taylor has wanted high character guys in this class , and few have the story that Davis does as he becomes a pro. Why the Bengals selected DavisDepth: The linebacker group was the weakest position group for the Bengals coming into this weekend and they addressed it twice in the middle/late rounds. Throw in the fact that two starters (Vontaze Burfict and Preston Brown) ended the year on Injured Reserve, and one can see why the positional need was so pressing this season. Davis was a linchpin on the Tigers’ defense and had some outstanding production as a senior. As the team likely looks to rotate players in and out of the lineup to mix up looks, Davis looks to be the improved replacement for players like Brandon Bell and Hardy Nickerson, Jr. Headiness: What Davis lacks in metrics, he makes up for with high football intelligence. Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn bestowed major leadership and defensive captain responsibilities to Davis and he didn’t disappoint in any respects. Davis used great angles and his ability to read offenses to put himself in position to make a number of plays. Production: Despite his poor testing in pre-draft workouts, Davis’ tape shows quite a bit of great plays and overall statistical numbers. In 2018, Davis had 112 tackles (57 solo) with 15 for loss and two passes defended. He didn’t make many “wow” plays, but was steady and forceful in his approach to the game. Run defense: In case you hadn’t heard, the Bengals were atrocious against the run in 2018. While Davis doesn’t make a ton of “splash plays”, he should help bring stability to a unit that needs to tighten up tackling and their ability to stop the run. This is incredibly paramount for Cincinnati in the years ahead, given the multitude of running back talent in the division. KANSAS CITY , Mo. (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals knew that with a banged-up defense facing the NFL's highest-scoring offense, there was a good chance they'd have to simply outscore the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night.They barely outscored the Chiefs' defense.Andy Dalton was held to 148 yards passing with a touchdown and a pick-6, Joe Mixon managed 50 yards on the ground and the Cincinnati offense struggled to keep up with the high-flying Chiefs in what turned into a 45-10 rout finished off by the backups at Arrowhead Stadium. "Yeah, that's a good team. Everybody knows that they've been able to score points," Dalton said. "When you don't do that on your side of the ball it can turn into a game like it did."So much for the Chiefs bringing in the NFL's worst defense.Dalton was only sacked twice but was under constant duress, and the Bengals' running game — which still has not produced a 100-yard rusher this season — went absolutely nowhere.Meanwhile, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense piled up 551 yards in a dominant performance."It's on everybody," Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said. "The coaching staff has to do a great job of preparing. The (players) have to understand and make the adjustments, the execution — we knew that was going to be a big part of it. Communication, being alert, making the adjustments and so forth throughout the football game. We did a poor job of that. We've got to understand that we have opportunities."We had a lot of plays ," Lewis said, "where we've got to do better."Indeed, it's been a miserable couple weeks for the Bengals (4-3), who were flying high after a shootout win over Atlanta and a solid win over Miami. Dalton and Co. was rolling on offense and a defense that had been suspect coming into the season was starting to round into shape.Then came last week's 28-21 loss in Pittsburgh, when the Bengals picked up a slew of injuries while watching Ben Roethlisberger find Antonio Brown to give the Steelers the winning touchdown.That loss was competitive, but deflating.Their defeat Sunday night? Downright embarrassing.Making it sting even more was the fact that the Bengals, already without three key players due to injuries, watched three more playmakers go down. Emotional linebacker Vontaze Burfict limped off in the third quarter with a hip injury, speedy wide receiver John Ross went down with a groin injury and tight end Mason Schreck left with a knee injury.Throw in injuries to running back Giovani Bernard, center Billy Price and tight end Tyler Kroft and perhaps it's not so surprising the Bengals only managed 239 yards total offense against Kansas City.Ron Parker capped the forgettable performance by reading Dalton's eyes early in the second half, stepping in front of a pass and taking the interception back for a touchdown. The Chiefs had just scored to take a 31-7 lead , and the defensive score gave them two TDs in a span of 9 seconds."My guy kind of just stood up and blocked," Parker said, "and I just had my eyes on the quarterback. I saw him just looking to the right, had my eyes on him and took me right to the ball."If only Dalton's own targets were so productive.A.J. Green had seven catches for 117 yards but failed to reach the end zone, and Tyler Boyd was shut out until the second half after two TD grabs against the Steelers. Mixon tried to give the offense a bit of balance, but the Bengals were in such a hole early that they had to air it out.That didn't work. Nothing really did."It's just one game. We've got another one next week," Dalton said. "As much as this one sucks, like I said, everything's still right there. We're in a great position. We've got to go take advantage of it."
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