By Robb Hoff @NFLNostradamus on April 29, 2014
The Cincinnati Bengals' first-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft could turn cheers to jeers in the worst-case scenario.
The worst-case scenario for the Cincinnati Bengals in the first-round of the NFL Draft wouldn't be drafting CB Bradley Roby: it would be Roby turning out to be another ongoing project like former first-round CB Dre Kirkpatrick.
If the Cincinnati Bengals opt for an offensive lineman in the first round with pick No. 24, the worst-case scenario would be that the team picks Alabama tackle Cyrus Kouandjio and he becomes an injury bust from day one.
Unless the Cincinnati Bengals decide to open the bank vault for QB Andy Dalton before the draft, the team would be ill-advised to let a top, pro-ready QB like Teddy Bridgewater pass them by at pick No. 24.
The worst-case scenario for the Cincinnati Bengals in the first round of the NFL Draft could be if the team reaches for a talented but risky pick like WR Cody Latimer and he doesn't adapt to the NFL.
Center Marcus Martin of USC would be a great draft pick for the Cincinnati Bengals -- just not in the first round. The worst-case scenario for the Bengals is to reach for a player based on team need.
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