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It’s been a tumultuous start to the Zac Taylor era in Cincinnati, but rocking the boat after complacency has set in might be just what is needed.

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Enough Waiting: Bengals Need a Playoff Win in Next 3 Years

Cincinnati is undergoing the longest playoff-win drought in the NFL. Zac Taylor is going to have to end that streak, and soon....

Why latest Bengals coaching hire was over 10,000 days in the making – The Athletic

CINCINNATI – Lou Anarumo becoming the Bengals’ new defensive coordinator was a long time coming, in more ways than one.

Daugherty: Do you trust Taylor’s process, BengalFan?

The Cincinnati Bengals are a conservative organization with patient ownership, dealing with a fan base that’s all outta patience.

Could Lou Anarumo lure Landon Collins to Bengals?

The new Bengals coordinator has an interesting connection to a key free agent.

Bengals hire Giants’ Lou Anarumo as defensive coordinator | WKRC

CINCINNATI (AP) - Lou Anarumo was working on the New York Giants’ offseason plans when he got a call from an old friend from Miami. Zac Taylor wondered if he would be interested in discussing the job as the Cincinnati Bengals’ defensive coordinator.

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