The Cincinnati Bengals have made some changes in their NFL roster and it is time now to test it out. There is a lack of continuity in the Bengal team and they hope to sort it out before the next season. Zac Taylor has replaced the long-time coach Marvin Lewis in a hope to revamp the team. The training camp is near and it is time for the Bengals to test out Jeff Driskel, Quinton Flowers, and Jordan Willis.
Jeff Driskel was a backup to Andy Dalton and Ryan Finley in the last season but he didn’t play out that well. Now that Bengals have got two new young quarterbacks and already have experienced veterans, it will be tough for Driskel to make his place in the future roster. In a total of five games played in 2018, he managed to throw for 1,003 yards and a 6-2 TD-INT ratio on 59.7% completion rate. If Driskel doesn’t improve his numbers in the training camp, he might have to leave Cincinnati soon.
In the 4 games with Jeff Driskel at QB, Boyd was targeted 19 times. He caught 13 of them (68%) for 187 yards and a touchdown.
The offense grew more conservative in that time, until Boyd missed the final 2 games with an injury.
In 14 games in 2018, Boyd still finished as WR17.
— Dan Fornek (@fornekdf) July 20, 2019
Quinton Flowers was an amazing running quarterback at the prime of his career. At one time, he had a record of running for 3,672 yards and scoring 41 touchdowns. But with time, he lost his touch and the Cincinnati Bengals didn’t give him a single chance to play till now. As the training camp approaches, it is the last opportunity for Flowers to prove his worth to the Bengals and reclaim his fame back.
So the 2015 win at UConn is listed as one of @CoachTaggart’s “milestone wins” in the ‘19 #FSU media guide. We all know the real milestone came a week before, when Quinton Flowers finally was turned loosed and @USFFootball rolled past Syracuse. pic.twitter.com/dj94ByAHtn
— Joey Knight (@TBTimes_Bulls) July 17, 2019
In the start of his career, Jordan Willis was picked in the third round draft, but he never managed to do anything special in NFL. In his NFL career, he has only managed to score 45 total tackles, 2 sacks, and has taken 7 quarterback hits. The Bengals are disappointed with Willis and he could soon be replaced by other players. The training camp is the last chance and Jordan have to replay the game from his college days.
🗣”it was always a case of shaking hands at the end of the season because he’s been a fantastic servant and we wished him all the best, I would never wish him anything other than success in his career and in his life.” Mark Robins classy as ever on Jordan Willis move. #PUSB pic.twitter.com/lIeNNjVY36
— In Robins We TRUST (@InRobinsWeTrust) July 22, 2019