32. Cincinnati Bengals (31)
Back in the offseason when the Cincinnati Bengals made the decision to hire Zac Taylor as their new head coach, the hope was the former Los Angeles Rams assistant would provide a much needed spark to the offense.
Instead, the Bengals will return from their bye week still in search of their first win in 2019, and will most likely need to wait an extra week since the chances of Cincinnati taking down the Baltimore Ravens looks extremely slim at this point.
Not to mention, the Bengals also made the recent decision to bench Andy Dalton to see what Ryan Finley can bring to the table, making it seem like Cincinnati is officially throwing the towel in over what has been a very disappointing 2019 season.
Even though most teams tend to allow a new head coach to get through their first season, it will be interesting to see what Cincinnati decides to do down the road with Taylor since some believe he’s not even fit to be a head coach in the NFL.
Most of the time, a new coach like Taylor will receive some benefit of the doubt while adjusting to their new job, but what has taken place this year for the Bengals has been absolutely embarrassing, and there’s no way to sugarcoat it.
Looking ahead at the schedule, Cincinnati may not even be in position to earn that first win until December rolls around, which would sum up perfectly what kind of season it’s been.