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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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Eric Bieniemy, Offensive Coordinator, Kansas City Chiefs

Could the former Bengal find his way back home? Mandatory Credit: Mark Lyons /Allsport
Could the former Bengal find his way back home? Mandatory Credit: Mark Lyons /Allsport /

Bengals fans need no introduction to Bieniemy, who is a fan favorite in Cincinnati. While Bengals fans know Bieniemy for what he did on the field, his work as a coordinator also demands attention. Bieniemy was an offensive coordinator under future Hall of Fame coach Andy Reid, who needs no introduction and led the Chiefs to having the number one offense in the national football league this season. Bieniemy also deserves some credit for the phenomenal development of Patrick Mahomes, who appears to be a great quarterback already in just 2 seasons. Bieniemy would be another offensive minded coach, who one would hope could squeeze the talent out of John Ross in a way that the previous regime was unable to. Ross’ speed could be of great use to a coach who had a similar caliber of quickness in Tyreek Hill.

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