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    Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor has emerged as the favorite to land the Bengals head coaching job, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Taylor, who still has a playoff game to prepare for, has not been informed he's the favorite and no negotiations have taken place, but signs point to him, Rapoport added.

  • #2
    Well the Bengals stuck with Marvin Lewis for far too long, so I guess anything is possible. They must be hoping Taylor has "picked up" enough of McVay's philosophy and "set-up" to get them out of the gutter in the afc north. With the Browns playing with competence, all of a sudden, the Bengals are desperate. imo, they should've gotten rid of Lewis years ago.


    • #3
      He'll be sorry....


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