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Three Candidates the Bengals Need to Consider for Head Coach

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KANSAS CITY, MO - OCTOBER 7: Eric Bieniemy, offensive coordinator with the Kansas City Chiefs, shouted at a Jacksonville Jaguars player in anger as words were exchanged between the two teams in the Chiefs' 30-14 win in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images)
KANSAS CITY, MO - OCTOBER 7: Eric Bieniemy, offensive coordinator with the Kansas City Chiefs, shouted at a Jacksonville Jaguars player in anger as words were exchanged between the two teams in the Chiefs' 30-14 win in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images) /
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Candidate #1: Zac Taylor, Quarterback Coach, Los Angeles Rams

Zac Taylor should provide a boost to the Cincinnati offense on day one.
Zac Taylor should provide a boost to the Cincinnati offense on day one. /

In his first year as the quarterback coach for Los Angeles, Taylor has already garnered interest from many teams around the league. Taylor’s tutelage of young quarterback Jared Goff is one of the main forces behind his improvement. Under Taylor, Goff has thrown four more touchdowns, as well as tossed nearly 800 additional yards. The Rams offense has been one of the most explosive in the league, and at least some of that should be attributed to Taylor. If the Bengals are insistent on keeping Andy Dalton, then they should pair him with a coach who has gotten the most out of his quarterbacks.

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