Jungle Zone Well, where do we start? At the beginning of the season, the Bengals made some splash trades and acquired T.Y. Hilton by trading Gio Bernard. Some of the media thought the team could make a huge push but that was not the case. Previous owner had no control of the team and had them at a 2-8 record and ownership felt like they needed a change. They sell the team to Armann Rehman, CEO of Microsoft and Google. He is a diehard football fan with a passion for winning and wanting to be the best. The day he came into office, he fired long time head coach Marvin Lewis and hires former University of Miami coach Demetrius Turner. The Bengals then turn in a 4 game win streak including a win against division rival Pittsburgh Steelers. Looking at the season coming to an end, they have one last game against the Baltimore Ravens, which the Bengals are looking to win their last game before offseason begins. Once the ownership switched, the offense seemed to be playing fluidly and with confidence. Andy Dalton reversed his previous style to a more consistent style. Throwing over 4,000+ yards for the second time in his career looks promising for the future. Jeremy Hill looked like the standout player of the offense rushing for 1,345 yards on 316 attempts and 11 touchdowns. He ran north and south all season and punishing would be tacklers. The Bengals also had 3, yes 3, 1,000+ yard receivers. AJ Green, Tyler Eifert, and T.Y. Hilton had accomplished the feat. Looking at the defense, they are still looking to grow and develop. Vontaze Burfict, Carlos Dunlap, Geno Atkins, Darqueze Dennard, and George Iloka are looking to be the leaders of the defense. Looking at the future, just a couple of pieces need to be addressed then we can start talking AFC Championship and then Super Bowl.