The Orange and Black Insider Bengals podcast: Here Womens Tyler Eifert Jersey , fishy fishy Cincinnati is atop the AFC North and many of their injured players are getting healthier. Even though the Steelers are on the horizon in Week 6, but this Sunday poses a quiet threat in the three-win Miami Dolphins. Brian Catanzaro of the OnTheFinSide podcast joined us to give us some insight on the upcoming Week 5 matchup between the Bengals and the Dolphins. It’s a clash of two surprising 3-1 teams that has some major implications for both teams’ respective division races. Here are the topics on the table for this week’s Orange and Black Insider :Ryan Tannehill is 10-2 in his last 12 starts. However, that statistic spans over two years with so many injuries and he lost the last matchup to Cincinnati. What should we expect from him in Week 5?Miami has engaged in a fire sale of sorts over the past year, shedding many stars from their roster. Even so, they’re 3-1—what’s their secret?Who’s a bigger threat in the Dolphins’ rushing attack: Frank Gore, or Kenyan Drake?Who are some unknown stars on Miami’s roster that Bengals fans may not be familiar with going into this week?Should we be more impressed by the Bengals’ resiliency this year, or be more disappointed in the defense?Plus, a handful of great listener questions. Download the show today!If you’re unable to join us live for here at Cincy Jungle or YouTube every episode Womens Giovani Bernard Jersey , all Orange and Black Insider content is available here on CJ, as well as on our SoundCloud, Stitcher, through the Google Play Music app and YouTube channels, as well as on iTunes! You can tweet us @BengalsOBI or get in touch with us via email at email@example.com. Thanks for listening and go subscribe to our channels! Don’t expect Andy Dalton or A.J. Green to leave Cincinnati anytime soon." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteCincy Junglea Cincinnati Bengals communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryBengalsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections #BITESIZEFilm RoomRoster Transactions and ContractsOrange & Black InsiderSalary Cap And CBAAnswering NFL.com’s biggest questions about the BengalsNew,9commentsDon’t expect Andy Dalton or A.J. Green to leave Cincinnati anytime soon. EDTShareTweetShareShareAnswering NFL.com’s biggest questions about the BengalsJason Getz-USA TODAY SportsThe 2019 Bengals will almost certainly be a big change from what we’ve seen in year’s past.Between the hiring of Zac Taylor, releasing defensive stalwart Vontaze Burfict and revamping the offensive line, we’re finally getting the breath of fresh air that fans have been longing for.But there are still some big questions facing the franchise heading into the summer. NFL.com has released their 100 questions for the entire NFL Womens Shawn Williams Jersey , and three involve the Bengals, which I’ll attempt to answer. “How will Zac Taylor change the Bengals after the team’s 16 seasons with Marvin Lewis?”More innovation on offense. More willingness to let young players play vs. handing jobs to veterans and not allowing competition for their starting spots (we’ve already seen this with Jonah Williams getting the nod at left tackle and pushing Cordy Glenn to left guard). More creativity to get John Ross involved (which John did a fantastic job on). “Is Andy Dalton’s successor in the building in Ryan Finley?”No. Just, no. There will be a solid group of quarterbacks in next year’s NFL Draft. If Andy Dalton struggles this year, the Bengal probably have a record that puts them in position to draft someone like Tua Tagovailoa, Justin Herbert or Jake Fromm. But if Dalton does well in his first year under Zac Taylor, expect a long-term extension to get done next offseason. “And how much will the Bengals pay A.J. Green?”Since Green turns 31 in July, he won’t be the highest-paid receiver (Odell Beckham Jr.), but he should get a multi-year contract paying him around $15-16 million annually Womens Josh Malone Jersey , the same range that guys like DeAndre Hopkins, Julio Jones and Mike Evans are getting. I’d be surprised if it’s anything less.I also wouldn’t rule out the franchise tag next year if a long-term deal doesn’t come. Green won’t like it, but I don’t think he’s the kind of guy that would threaten a holdout into the regular season either.In the end, I would be shocked if Dalton and Green aren’t on the roster when the 2020 season kicks off.
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