The Biggest Questions for the Cincinnati Bengals Heading into the 2013 NFL Draft

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The Biggest Questions for the Cincinnati Bengals Heading into the 2013 NFL Draft
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The Bengals have done well in recent drafts while selecting the best player available. This trend should continue in 2013.

The Cincinnati Bengals are entering the 2013 NFL draft in roughly the same shape in which they ended their 2012 campaign. During the free-agency period, they have concentrated on re-signing their own players rather than looking for additions from the outside.

This strategy has allowed Cincinnati to maintain the core of its roster from the previous season in which the club recorded a 10-6 record and earned a playoff berth for the second consecutive season. However, this strategy will also force the Bengals to address gaping holes in the roster via the draft.

Every hole that the Bengals must fill on April 25—the first day of the 2013 NFL draft—comes with its own question. These questions must be addressed quickly and with precision to ensure Cincinnati a continued solid track record for great drafts.

Let's take a look at some of the most polarizing questions that the Bengals must face heading into this year's draft. From there we can identify the problem and provide insight and analysis for the best possible solution.

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