Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE
Picks: Dre Kirkpatrick, Kevin Zeitler, Devon Still, Mohamed Sanu, Brandon Thompson, Orson Charles, Shaun Prater, Marvin Jones, George Iloka and Dan Herron
The Cincinnati Bengals collected a lot of talent through the 2012 draft. However, only Kevin Zeitler, Devon Still and Vontaze Burfict are getting consistent snaps. Zeitler is making the most impact, as he's the starter at right guard.
Cincinnati's running attack is performing well in part because of the addition of Zeitler. He uses his strength, leverage and inside hands to help open running lanes. His physical style of play is something that's necessary to succeed in the AFC North.
The Bengals' top pick, Dre Kirkpatrick, is still recovering from a leg injury he suffered in training camp. Due to the veteran depth on the roster, it might be a while before he's able to make an impact.
Burfict signed as an undrafted rookie, but he played well enough in the preseason to earn a roster spot. At this point, he's getting a lot of snaps on special teams.
The Bengals are using Still as part of the defensive line rotation. This past weekend against the Cleveland Browns, he made a good push up field and got a hit on quarterback Brandon Weeden.