Who is to blame for the Bengals’ struggles? Uncovering the culprit responsible.

Former Cincinnati Bengals wideout T.J. Houshmandzadeh has a viewpoint that mirrors that of the fans: he is disappointed with the Bengals’ offensive performance.


Houshmandzadeh believes that if things continue in the same manner, the blame will fall squarely on head coach Zac Taylor. Despite Joe Burrow’s injured calf, Houshmandzadeh asserts that Burrow will remain with the Bengals throughout his career, so the responsibility to rectify the offensive struggles falls on Taylor. Failure to improve will result in Taylor shouldering the majority of the blame. Houshmandzadeh emphasizes the urgency for Taylor to identify and address the disconnect within the team, as the Bengals entered the season with hopes of winning the division and making the playoffs.

While Taylor has been successful in turning the Bengals around in recent years, his position may not be as secure if Burrow fully recovers but the struggles continue. Although Burrow’s return to full health is expected to have a positive impact, coaching adjustments independent of his recovery will be crucial in determining whether the Bengals have a shot at the playoffs or if their focus should shift to future drafts.


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