Cincinnati up 17 slots.
Left tackle Cordy Glenn has missed the last three games with a knee injury but he returned to practice on Wednesday and was officially listed as a limited participant. If Glenn is healthy enough to start, it would allow substitute left tackle Clint Boling to slide back to his natural left guard spot. Even without Glenn, the line showed signs of life. The offense rushed for a season-high 144 yards last week against Los Angeles Chargers. With Boling at tackle, several fill-ins at guard were required. Christian Westerman (who took 42 (or 63%) of the offensive snaps in the game) looked dominant at times, especially compared to Trey Hopkins. It was not all perfect for fan-favorite Westerman, who did give up a sack on a crucial 2-point conversion attempt. Still, assuming Glenn returns to the lineup and Westerman gets more time to develop his game, this line vaults up the rankings from the cellar to the mid-tier.
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