1. Cincinnati Bengals
There’s no team in the NFL that needs offensive line help more than the Bengals. Even after spending three draft picks on the offensive line during the 2021 NFL Draft, the team still could use some talented blockers to protect Joe Burrow.
Burrow is coming off a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee, but he’s expected back to start the 2021 season. The Bengals cannot afford to let Burrow be under frequent pressure during his second season. Otherwise, he’ll risk getting hurt again.
That said, the team currently doesn’t have a great tackle group. They have former first-round pick Jonah Williams on their roster and free-agent signee Riley Reiff, but beyond them, rookies Jackson Carman and D’Ante Smith are their top tackles. Both players may be better suited to play on the interior, and honestly, Reiff may be better on the inside at this stage in his career as well.
Moses could slot in as a starter at right tackle for the Bengals and allow the other players to compete for playing time across the offensive line. In an ideal world, perhaps starting Carman at right guard and Williams and Reiff at left tackle and guard respectively could work out. At the very least, Moses would give the team options and add another veteran to the fold.
As a short-term starter for Cincy, Moses would make a lot of sense. He would help to keep Burrow safe and buy the team more time to develop guys like Carman and Smith at the tackle spots and figure out where they belong.
We’ll see if the Bengals show any interest in Moses or if they wait and see if he’s released. But of all the teams in the NFL, they’re probably the one that could use his services the most.