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NFL Insider Expects Bengals to Use Cap Space and Draft Capital to Fix Offensive Line

Cincinnati needs to improve in the trenches.

The Bengals' offensive line has been a big topic all season long, but it was a big reason why they lost to the Rams in Super Bowl LVI

Los Angeles sacked Joe Burrow seven times. The offense wasn't functional for most of the second half because they couldn't protect their star quarterback. 

NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport expects the Bengals to be aggressive this offseason in their quest to improve the offensive line. 

"It is very clear this O-line, which does have left tackle Jonah Williams, but some other questions elsewhere. This is going to be the real focus of the offseason," Rapoport said on Wednesday. "The Bengals have cap space. I would expect them to spend cap space and capital to fix this offensive line."

Burrow was sacked 70 times this season in 20 games (including the playoffs). 

There's no way that can continue, especially if the Bengals want to make another Super Bowl run. 

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