Cincinatti Bengals Draft Analysis Part Two


Published: May 3, 2009


... round picks in Michael Johnson, Chase Coffman, and as well as their 4th round pick Jonathan Luigs.

When it comes to defensive end Michael Johnson, the first question is when will he give 100% effort for the whole season. 

If you ask him he'll tell you he has played 100 percent in every game he has played in, but if you ask the scouts they will tell you countless times that it looks like he isn't giving full effort. 

That is the main complaint when it comes to Johnson who from a physical standpoint and the stats he put up at Georgia Tech should of been considered the top defensive end in the draft. 

There is no question Johnson has the skills—he is considered by most to have top 10 skills if his head is in the game at all times.  This time last year when Todd Mcshay put up his mock draft of 2009 he had Johnson going No. 2 overall so clearly the talent is there. 

The second question is what position will he play for the b...

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