Starvin’ Marvin: Cincinnati Bengals Head Coach Awaits Future After 8-Year Stay

January 1, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

2010 was a year of promise for the Cincinnati Bengals.  Unfortunately for all of Marvin Lewis' hopes and dreams however, this season has turned out to be one very long game of stuck in the mud.
Declining to extend his coaching contract late last season, Lewis felt content with his position in Cincinnati, and instead chose to throw owner Mike Brown an opportunity to revamp the Bengals franchise by ultimately implementing some change throughout the system.
Once Terrell Owens placed his John Hancock on the dotted line, Lewis got his wish.
Perhaps what head coach Lewis wasn't wishing for though, was a 4-11 record in 2010.  With one week remaining the Bengals have experienced one of the most tumultuous seasons in their 42-year history, and although some talent still sits on the starting roster, this has been a year to forget as a whole.
Mind you, Lewis isn't worrying about what may lay ahead in the next seven days.  To most people seeing your eight-year ca...

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