NFL  world reacts  to Bengals' terrible news

the Cincinnati Bengals spent a significant portion of the offseason retooling their offensive line to protect star quarterback Joe Burrow. 

But it appears that the Bengals may once again have to use a number of offensive line backups this weekend against the Kansas City Chiefs owing to some poor luck.

La'el Collins, an offensive tackle for the Bengals, lost his season to a knee injury on Christmas Eve. Two other starters, Jonah Williams and Alex Cappa,

 also suffered injuries in the latter part of the season; Williams went down in the Wild Card round and Cappa in the final game of the regular season.

Williams and Cappa were expected to return to the Bengals this week, but it doesn't seem likely given that they both skipped practise on Friday.

"Alex Cappa (ankle) and Jonah Williams (kneecap) won't be present for the start of practise.

It's anticipated that the offensive line of Carman-Volson-Karras-Scharping-Adeniji will start once more this week, according to a tweet from Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer.

The NFL world undoubtedly had a lot to say about the Bengals' sad news as they prepare to play the Chiefs in the AFC championship game.

The Bengals faced a similar predicament last week against the Buffalo Bills, and the offensive line performed excellently despite the worrying news.

Burrow has made it plain that he believes in whoever starts on the Bengals' offensive line. This weekend, we'll watch how they perform.

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