The addition of Jermaine Gresham does make sense. With Gresham, the Bengals can stretch the middle of the field and Palmer can hit a target in traffic on a critical third and short. With the addition of Gresham, the Bengals could be afforded an opportunity where predictability slowly fades away. Think about this. The Bengals line up double Tight End formation with Gresham and Chase Coffman at the ends and Chad Ochocinco and Antonio Bryant flanking them. Essentially Palmer will have four options on any play. And since the formation is also a run formation, the team can simply hand the football off to Cedric Benson for a sure four or five yards. What are you going to do defense? You have four guys you need to cover with Benson foaming at the mouth to hand out some awesome punishment.