Lewis backs Dalton despite historically bad Bengals start

Doug Mendoza
September 17, 2017

Cincinnati have now gone eight full quarters to start the season without scoring a touchdown at Paul Brown Stadium.

Current Bengals quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor, a former National Football League offensive coordinator for three teams, was named Zampese's replacement.

Meanwhile, Marvin Lewis remains head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals.

"Today, I'm really thinking more about Ken having been through it from the other side and knowing how much he put into it and feeling badly and trying to be humane about that", Lazar added about Zampese, according to the Enquirer.

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The Bengals have struggled both through the air and on the ground through the first two games with six turnovers and just 516 yards of total offense. Lewis is in the final year of his contract. On Thursday night, the Bengals had 306 yards of offense en route to being beaten 13-9 by the Texans.

Lazor said he met with the offensive staff Friday and will do so again today, then meet with the players Monday. Former Bills coach Rex Ryan jettisoned Greg Roman previous year despite Buffalo scoring 31 points in a loss to the Jets. "You are not going to win without them".

Former Georgia WR A.J. Green, one of the biggest stars of the Cincinnati offense, has been held to only 10 catches for 141 yards so far, and he's exhausted of not having the ball in his hands. Getting Green the ball more, finding a way to deploy rookie wide receiver John Ross and settling on something close to a lead running back are at the top of the list.

"What we need to do - the (offensive) philosophy - is to score as many points as we can to beat the Packers". "They're playing their butt off, while we're playing like s-- right now". "I haven't done three in the past, splitting it equally, but that's where we've been so far".

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