Coordinator firings are usually pretty bland: Team loses a few games thanks to piss poor offense or defense and someone needs to take the fall. It's already happened four times
this football season. But the situation with the Cincinnati Bengals is a bit more intriguing. Reports have surfaced that there was a near "mutiny
" involving the players and offensive coordinator Ken Zampese. Through two games, Cincinnati has yet to score an offensive touchdown. As a result, Zampese was shown the door and quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor will take over. The Bengals head to Green Bay this weekend.