An offensive coordinator has been fired.
The Cincinnati Bengals have not scored a touchdown through two games. On Thursday night, the Bengals took on a beat up Texans defense, but couldn’t punch the ball into the endzone.
Cincinnati became the first team since 1939 to fail to score a touchdown in its first two home games.
After an enigmatic start to the season, the Bengals have announced that Ken Zampese is out as the team’s offensive coordinator.
— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) September 15, 2017
The Bengals have only scored nine points on the season, after getting shut out by the Ravens, and scoring just three field goals against Houston.
The bad news only gets worse for the Bengals as only 12-percent of NFL teams make the playoffs after starting the season 0-2, so it doesn’t look good for Cincinnati going forward.