Cincinnati Bengals Fire Offensive Coordinator After Two Games and Zero Touchdowns

Bengals and the Curse of Woody Harrelson

The Bengals Can't Score And AJ Green Is Tired Of It

With the loss, the Bengals became the first team to kick off a season with two home games and fail to score a touchdown in either one since the 1939 Philadelphia Eagles, who finished that year with a 1-9-1 record.

The Bengals have opened the season with two losses at home and have yet to score a touchdown.

Lazor joined the organization in January 2016 as the quarterbacks coach after his predecessor Ken Zampese was promoted to offensive coordinator and assumes his new role after the firing of Zampese.

Lewis is surely hoping a change in the coaching staff can spark the offense moving forward, but likely feels his own seat warming up, especially since he's in the final year of his contract.

The wide receiver has 10 receptions for 147 yards through two games, including a 50-yard catch against the Texans last night. "We have a lot of talent on offense, and we need to keep working to take full advantage of the personnel we have", said Lewis.

Much of the Bengals' struggle can be attributed to poor quarterback play and coaching, but the true cause can easily be traced back to Bengals super fan Woody Harrelson.

It is the second consecutive season in which an National Football League offensive coordinator has been fired after a Thursday night loss in Week 2. Ryan was ultimately fired in Week 16, but the Bills did respond to Anthony Lynn replacing Roman by winning their next four games and averaging more than 23 points per contest.

In fact, according to Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer, Lewis has assured Dalton of his position as the Bengals signal-caller.

After a second consecutive dismal offensive performance to start the season, the Cincinnati Bengals are looking for answers on offense. "If you look at it like that, then, yes, we're not scoring".

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