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Week In Review: Situational Excellence

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Week In Review: Situational Excellence

In the latest Week In Review, a look at how the Bengals are continue to fine tune the offensive playbook and achieve greater efficiency with various game situations. Head coach Zac Taylor's quarterback-laced offensive staff quietly continues to grind out its first playbook with brainpower ranging from the 2006 Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year plaque to usurping Hall-of-Famer Dan Marino's milestone to Division III's The Cortaca Jug.

Here Comes Mr. Jordan (Back Home)

When the team saw offensive lineman Michael Jordan's 6-6, 318 pounds of starting potential still blanketing the board late in the fourth round, they packaged their fifth-rounder and a sixth and shipped it to Dallas to get him at No. 136, marking the first time the Bengals have ever traded back up into a round. A look at the Southwest Ohio native and Ohio State alum as the team prepares for the rookie minicamp this weekend.

Jackson Seeks Stability And Health As Best Options

William Jackson became the Bengals' latest first-round draft pick to get his fifth-year option picked up, a structure that has been in place since 2011. He is the prototype of this decade's NFL press cornerback (lean and long and 40 fast).

Win Two Free Season Tickets For The 2019 Season

Fans can enter for a chance to win two season tickets for the Bengals' 2019 season through the Official Bengals App. The app is free and available to download in the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Facts and Figures: The Bengals' 2019 Draft Class

After making 10 selections in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Bengals rookie minicamp will be taking place May 10-11. As the rookies look to get acclimated to life in the NFL, take a look at some of the best stats and facts of the team's draft picks during their respective college careers.

Dennard Difference Efforts "Build a Place to Call Home"

After learning of a family in need of a living situation in the city of Cheviot, Bengals cornerback Darqueze Dennard purchased, rehabbed and furnished a home through his foundation Dennard Difference. The project called Build a Place to Call Home, took nearly 18 months to complete and incorporated more than 20 companies and organizations throughout the Cincinnati area.

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