32. Cincinnati Bengals (31)
Just when it seemed like the Cincinnati Bengals were finally going to catch a huge break in Week 7 by earning their first win of 2019, the Jacksonville Jaguars came through with a monster fourth quarter to keep Zac Taylor’s team winless.
By now, the Bengals seemed like they would already have one or two wins under their belt since the addition of Taylor at head coach was supposed to take this offense to new levels, but things seem to get worse by the week for Cincinnati.
Not even a matchup at home against a Jacksonville team that entered the weekend with only two wins was good enough for Cincinnati to take advantage of, and a meeting with the Los Angeles Rams next Sunday makes it seem like the Bengals will be heading for 0-8.
Some football fans will try to make the case that things would be much different for the Bengals if A.J. Green were healthy enough to play, but even with some of the other talent Andy Dalton has to work with, one would assume that Cincinnati wouldn’t be winless right now.
Taylor knew his first season as head coach would most likely consist of some struggles, but maybe the Bengals made a mistake in taking one of Sean McVay’s former assistants since what is taking place so far in 2019 is unacceptable.