First of all the Bengals need to make a decision about Dalton they are currently 2.4 million over the cap. Sure they could restructure Dunlap or Geno or even cut Shawn William but the best move would be to get Dalton's 17.7 mil off the books. After freeing up that 17mil I would sign Jason Peters to a 1 year 9 or 10 mil contract to play on the right side. Peters isnt the same as he was in his prime but he is still a good tackle that has played in the scheme they want to run. With Peters signing it wouldnt force them to go with either Hart, Johnson, or having 2 tackles that haven't taken a snap in the NFL. (Another way to go would be Kelvin Beachum.) Then at pick #33 they should be targeting an interior offensive linemen. Cesar Ruiz is the guy if he's there but they could also trade back a few spots pick up an early 4th or late 3rd and take Lloyd Cushenberry. Ruiz or Cushenberry gives them a solid building block to go with Williams to protect their franchise QB. At left guard Michael Jordan, Xavier Su'a-Filo, and possibly a late round or UDFA can all compete.