At 0-8, the Cincinnati Bengals are currently the worst team in the NFL. Coming off a bye week, they are already down 14-0 at home to the Baltimore Ravens in the first quarter.
Fortunately for the team, few people are around to see it. The home crowd is virtually non-existent this afternoon in Cincinnati.
Here are a couple of shots of Paul Brown Stadium from right around kickoff.
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Because of the Dolphins’ win over the Jets last week, Cincinnati has the lead for the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. They have a large contingent of bad teams to fight off for that coveted top selection.
Besides the Bengals, the Dolphins, Falcons, Redskins, Jets and Giants are all in the running for the No. 1 pick right now.
Considering Cincinnati benched Andy Dalton going into the bye and is playing rookie Ryan Finley at quarterback, it makes sense that the Bengals would be in the market for a quarterback no matter where they pick come April.