Bengals’ offensive coordinator fired

On Thursday, Ken Zampese was fired as the Cincinnati Bengals’ offensive coordinator. The decision was took after the team lost against the Houston Texans with a score of 13-9. The decision was took immediately that day after the game. The Bengals already announced his replacement. On Friday, Bill Lazor will start his role in order to replace Zampese. The news were reported by a NFL correspondent. Cincinnati lost since the start of the regular season. They lost against the Baltimore Ravens since the first week. The Ravens are the rivals of the Bengals on the NFC North.

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On Thursday, the team didn’t scored a touchdown. They only scored a trio of field goals made by their player Randy Bullock. Both games took place on their stadium, at Paul Brown Stadium. Since 1939, they are the only team that had lost their first 2 games of the regular season on their home. Also the fact they didn’t scored a touchdown on either game. Players as Andy Dalton are the one that are helping the team with a  score of 54.4% on throws and 394 yards. He didn’t made any touchdown and had four interceptions on the first two games. Statistically talking, the team has an attack of 3.5 yards per carry, a terrible score. Last year, the team ranked 24th on the charts of the teams who made points per game.

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Zampese took the team’s offensive coach last season, unfortunately it didn’t last long. He was the team’s quarterback coach for 12 years before changing his position. Now the fans are expecting that Lazor will act quickly and try to fix the team’s offensive. He had worked with the University of Virginia, the Bengals and the Miami Dolphins. With the first one, he started in 2010. The team will play soon on the Lambeau Field and they will try to score the points they need to stay close the chart leader, Green Bay Packers.

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