Bengals Fire OC - Ken Zampese

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    Bengals Fire OC - Ken Zampese

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    With #Bengals OC Ken Zampese out, one potential replacement is QB coach Bill Lazor. Hes highly regarded in the building.
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    Hasn't Marvin been highly regarded in the building? Why would a fan be excited about that?

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    Not a very impressive resume for Bill Lazor. Since he is the quarterbacks coach, maybe they promoted him to get him away from ruining Andy Dalton further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    Hasn't Marvin been highly regarded in the building? Why would a fan be excited about that?
    Cause its better than no change at all, which we all expected.

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    Well, they had to do something. Shocked they did, but AD has clearly regressed under him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    Not a very impressive resume for Bill Lazor. Since he is the quarterbacks coach, maybe they promoted him to get him away from ruining Andy Dalton further.

    At least he has one year's experience as a OC with the Dolphins in 14-15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengal Maniac View Post
    At least he has one year's experience as a OC with the Dolphins in 14-15.
    Let's hope he is another Bill Belichick who learned a lot from his first gig that he got quickly fired from.

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    Thank goodness. Shouldn't have gotten a second year in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengal Maniac View Post
    At least he has one year's experience as a OC with the Dolphins in 14-15.
    That team averaged 24ppg with Ryan Tannehill calling the shots. I don't see how this could go poorly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnottieDrippen View Post
    That team averaged 24ppg with Ryan Tannehill calling the shots. I don't see how this could go poorly...
    I would say worse rather than poorly. This offense looks as out of sync as I have seen in a long long time. The problem is the Packer game coming up is not very winnable and any team would be an under dog there. The Bengals can score the 24 and still get beat by two TD's. Not the best of games to get the momentum back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengal Maniac View Post
    I would say worse rather than poorly. This offense looks as out of sync as I have seen in a long long time. The problem is the Packer game coming up is not very winnable and any team would be an under dog there. The Bengals can score the 24 and still get beat by two TD's. Not the best of games to get the momentum back.
    I'd take that at this point. At least be somewhat enjoyable to watch.

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    If the Bengals score 10 points in Green Bay it is progress. That's not a bad way to come in to a new gig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    If the Bengals score 10 points in Green Bay it is progress. That's not a bad way to come in to a new gig.
    I look for a fired up team next week that plays GB a lot closer than any of us expect. Something like Green Bay 31-24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrantNKY View Post
    I look for a fired up team next week that plays GB a lot closer than any of us expect. Something like Green Bay 31-24.

    I look for a wide open offense with AJ getting a ton of throws his way. AD may force some that get picked but at this point let's gat it to playmakers AJ, Eifert and Gio in open spaces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengal Maniac View Post
    I look for a wide open offense with AJ getting a ton of throws his way. AD may force some that get picked but at this point let's gat it to playmakers AJ, Eifert and Gio in open spaces.
    The sooner Andy gets rid of the ball the better.

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