There’s an ongoing poll on stripehype.com concerning the futures of Andy Dalton and Marvin Lewis as members of the Cincinnati Bengals.I was checking out the poll and it got me thinking—should they really both be gone if the Bengals finish the same way they have the past four seasons? I’ve heard people complain about Dalton and Lewis separately but I had never heard much chatter...
Cincinnati Bengals fans are growing tired of the Marvin Lewis and Andy Dalton era.
Lewis will get another shot as coach in 2015.
Dalton will be the QB as well.
Asked Marvin Lewis why Bengals don't add a QB to compete w/Dalton: 'What team in the NFL has had a quarterback competition and it's worked.'
— Marc Sessler (@MarcSesslerNFL) March 24, 2015
Well, considering Russell Wilson...
The Cincinnati Bengals have been one and done each of the last four years in the playoffs.
Is this the end of the road for head coach Marvin Lewis?
Bengals' Brown not worried about Marvin Lewis entering 2015 as a lame duck coach http://t.co/EiZlUUyN5m
— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) March 23, 2015
Lewis is coaching the final year of his contract and wasn’t extended.
Every team has their areas of need coming into this 2015 NFL draft, and every front office will be in the war rooms shuffling their draft boards to find who best fits their organization. And up to draft day I’ll be looking at each team by division, and breaking down which positions they should target when the draft arrives.
Today we’re looking at the needs of the four teams...
Marvin Lewis just cannot get over the hump. His 12 seasons in Cincinnati is beginning to look like 40 years in the desert. Days after losing to the Indianapolis Colts 26-10 in the opening round of the 2014 NFL playoffs, Cincinnati Bengals fans are singing the same sad, tired, song of defeat in mediocrity.
In 12 seasons as head coach of the orange and black, Marvin Lewis has rewritten...
Marvin Lewis is sick and tired of answering questions about the lengthy playoff drought the Cincinnati Bengals organization has suffered through. So much so, in fact, that he was alternatively sarcastically standoffish and seemingly joking during an odd press conference in Cincinnati on Wednesday. The Bengals organization has not won a playoff game since 1990,...Read More
Teams will go to such lengths to land the right head coach. They’ll spend a ton of money. They’ll hire whatever assistants are requested. And they’ll make sure wives and kids are find a comfy new home.
But it’s also why they expectations are high. Lose a few too many games, even if it’s in season one, and there’s a chance a head coach will be shown the door. In the ultimate...
Just in case you were very busy this week, and couldn’t keep up with the latest news: Cover 32′s columns that will bring you up-to-date with everything football.
- Biggest 2014 Adjustments (READ)
- Why won’t Cincy Fire Marvin Lewis? (READ)
- Disappointing start to the Cincinnati’s off-season (READ)
- Grading the four remaining teams....
Though the season is over for Cincinnati, many fans have questions about the off-season moves that have been made thus far. Here are a few:
What are the plans for maintaining the awesome defense and improving on the offensive side now that the OC and DC are gone? – Teia in Cincinnati
The Bengals have promoted guys from the coaching staff to fill those vacant coordinator spots...