Week 15 NFL Power Rankings: Titans & Broncos rise, Texans & Patriots fall
By Will Lomas
30. Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals fan base doesn’t want to win meaningless games at this point and lucky for them it seems like they can’t even if they wanted to.
Offensively, I’m not worried about Joe Burrow’s future weapons but what does concern me is the offensive line. If they can’t get the Cordy Glenn thing figured out then they will have created an even bigger problem out of a plagued unit.
Defensively I think they have pieces like William Jackson, Carl Lawson and Geno Atkins, but it isn’t like the early days of Andy Dalton‘s tenure when they had a scary group of linemen up front with capable supporting players behind them.
29. Miami Dolphins
This doesn’t tell you anything about their potential success in the future, but I will always have trouble resisting a team led by Ryan Fitzpatrick. He always plays like a guy who isn’t afraid to make big mistakes and who is ready to let it rip whenever he can.
A bad call basically cost the team a win today, which is fine because this is losing season anyway if you are on a team without playoff hopes. Still, I like the direction this team is headed under this coaching staff and I’m excited to see what they do with their draft capitol this offseason.