Former Cornell Quarterback Lazor '94 Named Bengals' Offensive Coordinator

17 September, 2017, 00:23 | Author: Douglas Reid
  • Time for Bengals to budge bench Andy Dalton for AJ McCarron

After an enigmatic start to the season, the Bengals have announced that Ken Zampese is out as the team's offensive coordinator.

The Bengals said quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor will immediately assume coordinator duties in place of Zampese, who was with the Bengals for 15 seasons; he started as their quarterbacks coach before being promoted to offensive coordinator last season.?

The team entered Thursday night's home game against the Houston Texans with a decent shot at winning, but for the second consecutive week, the Cincinnati offense was lifeless.

It is the first time in its 50-year history that the team has failed to score a touchdown in its first two games.

After earning the offensive coordinator job last season, Zampese lasted just 18 games on the job.

"No, I'm not anxious about Andy", Marvin Lewis said. "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.

Facebook allowed advertisers to reach anti-Semitic individuals
It's a disgrace that we still need to say that neo-Nazis and white supremacists are wrong - as if this is somehow not obvious. But Facebook's algorithms had suggestions to boost the audience size, including to people who like gun rights.

The Cincinnati Bengals have been awful to start the season, but Andy Dalton's job is not in jeopardy.

Despite all the playoff failures over the past several years, there have been two things that have remained unchanged for the Cincinnati Bengals: Andy Dalton and Marvin Lewis. They did it by scoring 9 points in two games. He joined the Bengals as quarterbacks coach in 2003 and waited in line behind Bob Bratkowski, Jay Gruden and Hue Jackson for the OC position.

Lazor said he met with the offensive staff Friday and will do so again today, then meet with the players Monday.

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. Green was blunt in his assessment of the Bengals' play following the game.

"What we need to do - the (offensive) philosophy - is to score as many points as we can to beat the Packers". "We're not doing that right now".



Hosts win third T20I by 34 runs to lift Independence Cup
The global team opened their innings with hard knocks from Tamim Iqbal, bringing them to 15 runs at the end of the second over. On Friday, the World XI , chasing a target of 184, never got going as they could manage to score only 150/8 in their 20 overs.

National Association of Black Journalists Backs Jemele Hill, Citing First-Amendment Rights
"I'm not sure if he's aware", Sarah Huckabee Sanders told a reporter when asked if Trump was aware of Hill's comments . Admittedly, some of Hill's comments were more inflammatory, even if they're nothing I'd personally argue with.

Paul Ryan won't commit to a revenue-neutral tax plan
Ryan said that removing the immigrants covered by the program is "not in our nation's interest". He said the White House is "learning what works and I think they are improving".

Australia beat Board President's XI by 103 runs
It was all-rounder Marcus Stoinis and wicket-keeper Matthew Wade who provided the fireworks for Australia in the death-overs. While providing some puzzles of his own, Stoinis was also at the receiving end of it on his way to 76 in the match.

Samsung pumps $300m into autonomous driving fund
Harman manufactures auto infotainment systems, along with "connected car-safety" technologies, including rear-view cameras. The South Korean company, known for its Galaxy smartphones, is launching a new unit dedicated to automotive tech.