Cincinnati up 2 slots.
Left tackle Cordy Glenn was finally cleared for practice, almost 3 months after a concussion suffered during Preseason week two. While it is not clear if Glenn will get all the snaps this weekend against Jacksonville, John Jerry has been surprisingly decent in two spot starts. Behind a left side of Jerry and guard Billy Price (who won a starting job away from rookie Michael Jordan), the Bengals' offense has made tough yards. It sounds crazy to even ask, but could John Jerry's mediocre guard career be re-invented as a swing tackle? At right guard, coaching favorite Alex Redmond came on last week in place of John Miller, who suffered a groin injury and is doubtful this week. Redmond played well against Baltimore and he has the physical upside to be the best player on this line. Make no mistake, this Bengals' line still carries a low-tier grade, but after a rough start to the season, there have been recent signs of life.