The Cincinnati Bengals are in the midst of one of the biggest offseason overhauls in franchise history.
That’s in large part due to Marvin Lewis being let go following three-straight losing seasons, as it was painfully obvious that big changes needed to be made.
They did, as Lewis was let go, and the Bengals found his replacement in Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor.
Now that the coaching staff is finalized and NFL free agency has all but wrapped up for Cincinnati, we asked Bengals fans how confident they are in the direction of this franchise using FanPulse.
In Week 17 of last season, only 30% of Bengals fans were confident in the team’s direction. Now, 38% of fans like where the team is headed.
However, 72% of Bengals fans think the team has gotten better following free agency, which saw the team add quality players in John Miller, Kerry Wynn and B.W. Webb while also re-signing Darqueze Dennard, C.J. Uzomah and Tyler Eifert.
As of now, oddsmakers have set the Bengals’ over/under for 2019 wins at 6.5. Turns out, 67.5% of Bengals fans are going with the over, while the rest think Cincinnati wins six or few games.
Obviously, these polls don’t speak for every single Bengals fan, so let us know your thoughts in the comments section. And be sure to sign up for FanPulse!