Bengals have ‘a lot to be proud of,’ coach Taylor says
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said Monday his players should be proud of what they accomplished this season.
Even though the Bengals came up short of their Super Bowl hopes, there were a lot of positives in the season for Taylor.
Cincinnati’s season ended Sunday in Kansas City with a 20-23 loss to the Chiefs.
Coach Taylor said just because they lost does not mean they cannot be proud of their work and effort.
“[Losing] can still sting, and you can still be really proud of what you’ve accomplished,” Taylor explained to reporters.
As Taylor Bengals move to the offseason, there are questions surrounding the roster and coaching staff.
Jessie Bates III and Vonn Bell are among the key free agents. Getting Joe Burrow a new contract will also be an offseason storyline.
[Bengals offseason: Calculating Burrow’s possible new contract; Free agents]
The Bengals’ coaching staff could also be different next year.
Offensive coordinator Brian Callahan and defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo are both getting head coaching interview opportunities.
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