The Bengals lost Stacey Andrews to the Eagles and as much as his impact was important last season they still finished 29th in the league in rushing.
Although RB or WR could also be an option here, I feel it would be wise for the Bengals to begin the process of restoring their offensive line in the first round with the selection of AP first team All-American, Michael Oher with the sixth pick.
I believe with the recent news that Michael Crabtree should be ready to go from his foot injury for training camp in July, the St. Louis Rams at pick No. 2 look like a buyer with the recent release of Tory Holt.
Of Oher, it has been said that his techniques needed at his position have impressed scouts greatly and his maturity level could allow him to follow in the steps of other rookie offensive tackle's such as Jake Long who started right away and showed success in the NFL.
I'm sure Ocho Cinco and the "who dey" gang, would be happy not to finish at the bottom in the league in passing next season due to a poor offensive line once again.