Bengals fire coordinator Ken Zampese after 0-2 start

Bengals and the Curse of Woody Harrelson

Bengals and the Curse of Woody Harrelson

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

The Cincinnati Bengals have not scored a touchdown through two games. The Bengals' offense should have been able to at least get the ball in the endzone at least once this, and beat a rookie quarterback, who became a starter just the week before, at home. It's unclear if that's more on Dalton - who's played terribly - or second-year offensive coordinator Ken Zampese.

The Bengals opened the season with a 20-0 loss to Baltimore followed by Thursday night's 13-9 loss to the Houston Texans. That's it. It's a superstar-driven league. "You are not going to win without them.Being one of the leaders of the offense I feel like - no disrespect to nobody else - that ball should be mine somewhere somehow".

Green was targeted eight times and made five catches for 67 yards, but the Bengals inexplicably went away from him as the game went on. In his first two starts, Dalton completed just 36 of 66 passes for 394 yards with no touchdowns and four interceptions for a passer rating of 47.2. "You have to find a way to get me the ball and we are not doing that right now".

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As you might recall, the Bengals blew their lead against the Steelers in the wild-card game that year, nearly bringing an end to the curse. After Thursday night's loss, wide receiver A.J. Green expressed frustration at not being more involved in the offense.

Much of the Bengals' struggle can be attributed to poor quarterback play and coaching, but the true cause can easily be traced back to Bengals super fan Woody Harrelson.

He wants the ball, and if he gets it, we know what he'll do because he's shown us. If the offense can't start making hay pretty quickly, Zampese's most likely to be the fall guy.

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