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Twitter reactions to Bengals hiring Frank Pollack

The Bengals are bringing back an assistant coach they never should have let go.

The Bengals are bringing back offensive line coach Frank Pollack.

The Bengals’ offensive line under Zac Taylor has been bad, and his hire Jim Turner took the fall. With the job vacant, the Bengals went to a familiar, yet unexpected face.

Pollack was the Bengals’ offensive line coach in 2018 under Marvin Lewis. But when Lewis was fired, Pollack was a casualty of the changing regime. Taylor brought in Turner, and Pollack went to the Jets.

However, the Jets just fired their head coach Adam Gase, so with a new regime in New York, Pollack became a free agent again.

When Taylor hired his new staff from scratch, many thought that Pollack should have been one of the few assistants he retained. The consensus among Bengals fans is that Pollack never should have left in the first place, so bringing him back corrects that error.

First of all, some players who played under him in 2018 are excited to see him back again.

Bengals fans were also excited to see Pollack back in the Queen City.