The NFL Draft is set to take place next month. However, with all the hype surrounding the coronavirus currently it may not have as much in the way of fanfare as typical. The good news, though, is the draft is currently still set to take place and with a talented group of players entering the draft this year it could be the time to make a little bit of money off of the draft on your own.
The Cincinnati Bengals do hold the first pick in the NFL Draft for 2020, but it is going to be difficult to see who the Bengals will pick. The player the fans would like to see brought into the fold would be the future of the franchise in Joe Burrow. Burrow is an Ohio native and already said he would not mind playing for the Bengals.
For the Bengals fans, though, the Bengals have not always been the wisest team when it comes to picking in the draft and with the history the Bengals have of drafting a quarterback with the number one pick is definitely suspect. Now, the big issue is if the Bengals can finally move Andy Dalton or not, which if Dalton is moved it is a no brainer to see the Bengals bringing Joe Burrow into the fold.
Another player that the Bengals may actually shock fans by taking and most likely upset quite a few fans would be Chase Young. Young would help to shore up a Bengals defense that was raked over the coals last year, but even then Young is not really the type of impact player that could make an immediate difference for the Bengals, which is what the Bengals would get by bringing Joe Burrow into the fold.
The Bengals are definitely looking to get a good leader at quarterback and that is definitely going to be something that Joe Burrow offers them. The LSU product has plenty of experience and with his passing experience can target the Bengals receivers as long as the Bengals wide outs do not do what they did to Dalton by dropping the ball on a consistent basis. Look for the Bengals to come to the draft and have Andy Dalton on the trading block still, but bring home a good future for the team by drafting Joe Burrow. First Round Draft Pick, Joe Burrow.