Looking to improve on offense, the Bengals took Sanu and will give him a chance to win the No. 2 receiver job. Inconsistent play by the receivers not named A.J. Green turned out to be the Bengals’ downfall last season.
The receiving corps will return Green, Jordan Shipley and Pro Bowl tight end Jermaine Gresham. Shipley will more than likely be the slot receiver after tearing his ACL early last season. Every other receiver position will be open for competition.
Andy Dalton will need consistent play from his receivers in order to build on last season’s success. Sanu looks to have the inside track for the No. 2 receiver and has the skill set to be a very good player in his rookie season.
Can Sanu take pressure off of Andy Dalton? How do his skills translate to the NFL?