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If you thought last year was rough for the Cincinnati Bengals, it's likely that you haven't seen anything yet.
With Carson Palmer in a dispute with management and opting to retire and a number of other players moving on, Cincinnati will probably be battling it out for the worst record in the NFL in 2011.
It's likely that the Bengals will have to turn to rookie quarterback Andy Dalton as their starter right out of the gate, and that could mean very low expectations for the upcoming season.
Dalton will get to work with rookie wideout A.J. Green, but he won't have veteran Chad Ocho Cinco around to help him out. Ocho Cinco is now with the New England Patriots where he will look to have a bounce-back season.
With Baltimore and Pittsburgh at the top and Cleveland showing significant improvement, look for Cincinnati to sit in the cellar of the AFC North.
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