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13 minutes ago, Inigo Montoya said:

1-4-1 is not good enough, but the vast majority of the team is still competing hard for this staff.  It's not a stretch to say they could've or should've won 2 or 3 against LA, Philly, and Indy and two of the losses involved late misses by Fat Randy.  The main problem is getting both offense and defense to play well at the same time.  The defense has played well at times (LA, JAX, BAL), but they were shredded by CLE and gave up late leads to Philly and Indy.  The offense has struggled to protect Burrow (24 sacks allowed, T-2nd most in NFL) but they've only had two poor performances against LA and BAL.  Burrow has thrown for 300 or more 4 times and twice been betrayed by late game missed FG.  Overall, this team isn't finishing games and they're making just enough mistakes to lose, which isn't surprising for a young team and staff.  I don't buy the narrative about Taylor losing the locker room, at least not yet.  

Fans like you give me hope.

 

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Bringing back some retread that failed elsewhere to resume failing here again would be the most Bengals of moves.   At this point ZT is the coaching equivalent of a kid stomping around the h

1-4-1 is not good enough, but the vast majority of the team is still competing hard for this staff.  It's not a stretch to say they could've or should've won 2 or 3 against LA, Philly, and Indy and tw

I sort of mentally compare Taylor with Matt Patricia. First time HC replacing an established mediocre HC. Was brought in to get the team over the top but has turned that into a rebuilding project he w

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18 hours ago, UncleEarl said:

Raider fans are calling for Paulie G’s head, so he may be available. 

 

 

Bringing back some retread that failed elsewhere to resume failing here again would be the most Bengals of moves.

 

At this point ZT is the coaching equivalent of a kid stomping around the house in dad's too-big shoes playing at businessman.  "Over his head" doesn't begin to cover it.  

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3 minutes ago, T-Dub said:

 

 

Bringing back some retread that failed elsewhere to resume failing here again would be the most Bengals of moves.

 

At this point ZT is the coaching equivalent of a kid stomping around the house in dad's too-big shoes playing at businessman.  "Over his head" doesn't begin to cover it.  

 

So you are saying, never send a boy to do a man's job.damn,I wanted to give Zac a chance.but at the end of the day something has to change,with a record like this.

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3 minutes ago, bigboi said:

 

So you are saying, never send a boy to do a man's job.damn,I wanted to give Zac a chance.but at the end of the day something has to change,with a record like this.

 

I mean.. The only time he's even held so much as a coordinator job was at an AAC college where he failed miserably.  He works cheap and is fluent in coach-speak.  That's all I've seen out of him.

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'Over My Head' by The Fray, vocals by Coach Zach Taylor
 
I never knew
I never knew that we were gonna lose again
That everyone I knew was waiting on a win
To turn and run cuz' all I know is might've been
But that's how it's got to be
The fans are there but all they show is apathy
I'd rather quit than stay and see
The final score and who's still standing next to me
--chorus--
Everyone knows I'm in
Over my head
Over my head
With eight seconds left in overtime
It blows my mind
It. Blows. My. Mind.
 
Let's rearrange
Wish I wasn't 'coach' then I could disengage
My losing ways will never ever change
Win just a little bit then we could get along
But that's disregard
Find another coach and you discard
As you lose the argument in a drunken bar
Hanging above as the losing comes between
--Chorus--
Everyone knows I'm in
Over my head
Over my head
With eight seconds left in overtime
It blows my mind
It. Blows. My. Mind.
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19 hours ago, T-Dub said:

 

 

Bringing back some retread that failed elsewhere to resume failing here again would be the most Bengals of moves.

 

At this point ZT is the coaching equivalent of a kid stomping around the house in dad's too-big shoes playing at businessman.  "Over his head" doesn't begin to cover it.  

 

It's like the movie Big with Tom Hanks.

 

I would love to see the Bengals hire Joe Brady and reunited him with Burrow. Bring in Zimmer or Dan Quinn as DC and build a winner... not a historically bad hot mess

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4 hours ago, PatternMaster said:

 

It like the movie Big with Tom Hanks.

 

I would love to see the Bengals hire Joe Brady and reunited him with Burrow. Bring in Zimmer or Dan Quinn as DC and build a winner... not a historically bad hot mess

You mean spend additional non salary cap money??  

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20 hours ago, PatternMaster said:

 

It's like the movie Big with Tom Hanks.

 

I would love to see the Bengals hire Joe Brady and reunited him with Burrow. Bring in Zimmer or Dan Quinn as DC and build a winner... not a historically bad hot mess

If he doesn't survive this year (I think he likely will) I could definitely see them pursuing Joe Brady or Bienemy.  I think Joe Brady would be a great fit.

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