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Below you will find our 2022 fantasy football projections for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Joe Burrow: Burrow started strong (eight consecutive multi-TD games) and closed even stronger (971 yards and eight TDs in final two regular-season games combined) in his NFL Comeback of the Year-winning 2021 season. Burrow quickly reestablished the chemistry he had built with Ja'Marr Chase when the duo played for the LSU Tigers. Chase along with Tee Higgins, Tyler Boyd and Joe Mixon give Burrow one of the league's most talented group of weapons.
Joe Mixon: Mixon has eclipsed the 1,100-yard rushing mark in three of four seasons with his six-game 2020 campaign being the exception. While he has averaged 4.1 yards per carry (or less) in each of the past three seasons, the Bengals have upgraded their offensive line this offseason, which should help both Joe Burrow and Mixon. He set a career high in touchdowns (16) in 2021 and the Bengals should once again rank among the league's top-scoring offenses.
Ja'Marr Chase: Chase went off for 5/101/1 in Week 1 and never looked back. In fact, 2021's NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year had a pair of 200-yard games in 2021. Going into his age-22 season, Chase has a legitimate chance to finish as this year's overall WR1.
Tee Higgins: Higgins set career highs in receptions (74) and yards (1,091) despite missing three games in his age-22 season. No team has a more talented wide receiver duo than the Bengals, and Higgins is a top-12 fantasy option in his own right.
Tyler Boyd: Boyd posted a 67/828/5 line on 94 targets to finish as a top-33 fantasy receiver in 2021, but he also set four-year lows in targets, receptions and yards. Boyd enters 2022 as a solid (but relatively low-upside) WR4.
Hayden Hurst: With C.J. Uzomah signing a free-agent deal with the Jets, Hurst landed in a favorable spot for his fantasy outlook. While he's only the fifth offensive option behind the team's top three receivers and Joe Mixon, a 50/500/5 season (similar to Uzomah's 49/493/5 line last season) is within striking distance for the former first-round tight end.
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