Cincinnati Bengals: Full Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Wide Receiver

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Cincinnati Bengals: Full Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Wide Receiver
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Following the departure of Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens after the 2010 season, the corps of receivers in Cincinnati was pretty depleted. Sure, the argument can be made that both of those guys were more like sideshows that season, but they were talented no matter how you slice it.

A.J. Green was taken with the fourth overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft, and the once-doomed corps is now alive and well.

Green is arguably the best receiver in the NFL not named Calvin Johnson, Marvin Jones proved to be a fantastic tool last season, and Mohamed Sanu is a versatile and unique receiver, similar to Antwaan Randle El.

There's still a lot that this corps has to prove since it is so young. Jones had his breakout year in 2013 and we could see it happen with Sanu or even Dane Sanzenbacher this season.

However, that will all fall into place based on how they stack up on the depth chart. What's the outlook for the 2014 Cincinnati Bengals' receivers?

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