Maintaining Marvin: Managing Success Must Start With Bengals’ Coach

February 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

March 5 may bring upon the start of free agency, but the Cincinnati Bengals' biggest to-do on their list is already on, scratch that, in charge of the team.
The Bengals have lived and died at the hands of head coach Marvin Lewis, but until he came to town, the playoffs were a mirage, fainter than a Simon Cowell compliment.
Sure the Bengals have still been inconsistent under his reign, but making the playoffs is progress that the city of Cincinnati enjoys.
Lewis is under contract until the 2010 season, where his team will play the likes of the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts. It will be hard to maintain success, but with the core of players already on the Bengals, and free agency and the draft upcoming, the team can only improve. 
The point is that stability is the key to success, and a change at the helm after the 2010 season would cause disarray within the organization. It is hard to go out and find a coach that will automatically adapt to the scen...

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