What’s scary about the Cincinnati Bengals is that they haven’t reached their ceiling.
They still have much room for improvement even if they made it to Super Bowl LVI.
Quarterback Joe Burrow will only get better, especially now that they have a revamped offensive line.
Likewise, their defense will solidify with playoff experience under their belt.
But the Bengals’ receiving corps could terrorize the rest of the league next season.
The best WR trio in the NFL pic.twitter.com/lJuLsrCfu8
— Bengals Graphics (@BengalsGraphic5) July 4, 2022
If 2021 served as a teaser, this upcoming season could turn the Bengals into one of the best offenses in the NFL.
It’s not impossible to see them all have 1,000-yard seasons in 2022, considering that Boyd had 828 yards and five touchdowns.
Meanwhile, Higgins contributed 1,091 yards and six touchdowns.
Even as a rookie, Chase immediately became one of the best wideouts by breaking a rookie record with 1,455 yards to go with 13 touchdowns.
Now that they have experienced playing in pressure-packed situations, the Bengals will have the patience and poise to execute their plays efficiently.
Bengals Poised For A Postseason Return
It’s been a while since the Bengals made the playoffs in consecutive seasons.
This time, the Bengals missing the postseason would be a big shock to the NFL world.
They have the talent to win a lot of games and clinch a playoff spot early.
For that to happen, Burrow must maximize his receiving unit because they will get a lot of favorable coverages downfield.
Now that Burrow will also have more time to execute their plays, opposing teams must say their prayers the day before facing the Bengals.
Those who will try to stop Boyd, Higgins, and Chase on every snap.will have their hands full.