Cincinnati Bengals Offseason: Looking at What’s Next

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Establish Stricter Accountability

I do think that Jackson will get into a player’s face and correct things as they happen. Also, as said from the Bengals locker room, former coordinator Jay Gruden would not watch film with the players, so if they don’t understand what they are doing wrong and fixing it, then it’s difficult to move forward.

A.J. Green's drop of a likely touchdown might have changed the course of the Bengals-Chargers wild-card game. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)

A.J. Green’s drop of a likely touchdown might have changed the course of the Bengals-Chargers wild-card game. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)

With that said, hopefully Jackson can correct some of the glaring deficiencies of this offense and hopefully figure out why A.J. Green was just not in sync at times with Dalton.

That, and why Green seems to come up small in big games like against the Chargers, highlighted by a dropped TD-pass in the fourth-quarter that would have brought the Bengals to within three points with six minutes to go.

Making matters worse was that Green, at least from what was seen on the broadcast, wasn’t held accountable on the sideline, or in the postgame statements by the coaches for that matter.

Speaking of postgame interviews, the debacle of one that Dalton gave was unacceptable and the coaches cannot allow this going forward.

The Bengals coaches need to have a stricter accountability of the players going forward and not accept failure as willingly as they have in the past.

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