As the race for the playoffs gets underway in Week 11, the Denver Broncos meet a familiar opponent in the Cincinnati Bengals.
Ever since the bye week in Week Five, the Denver Broncos play tough opponent after tough opponent. They will get a break from 2016 playoff teams in Week 11. However, the Cincinnati Bengals are no pushovers.
This will be the fourth consecutive year that the Broncos and Bengals have met in the regular season. Denver has won two of the previous three meetings. In two of the last three meetings, the teams have met late in the season.
This will be a rematch from the Week Three meeting in 2016. In that game, we saw Trevor Siemian have his first big game as the Denver Broncos starting quarterback as he threw four touchdowns and over 300 yards in a 29-17 win.
The Cincinnati Bengals have had quite a quiet offseason in 2017. Most of their moves were made in the draft. Any signings that they had in free agency were all one year deals. It could be a foreshadowing on what they want to do next offseason.
The Bengals are still led by Andy Dalton, who could be pushed to get the Bengals past the first round of the postseason this time around.
What have the Cincinnati Bengals done this offseason? Let us take a look.
2017 NFL Draft
John Ross, WR, Washington
Joe Mixon, RB, Oklahoma
Jordan Willis, Defensive End, Kansas State
Carl Lawson, Defensive End, Auburn
Josh Malone, Wide Receiver, Tennessee
Ryan Glasgow, Defensive Tackle, Michigan
Jake Elliott, Kicker, Memphis
J.J. Dielman, Center, Utah
Jordan Evans, Linebacker, Oklahoma
Brandon Wilson, Cornerback, Houston
Mason Schreck, Tight End, Buffalo
Key Signings: Kevin Minter (LB)
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