Jason Cole of B/R has spoken to multiple sources in and around the Cincinnati Bengals organization, there is growing impatience from owner Mike Brown regarding head coach Marvin Lewis.
Brown is obviously concerned about the fact that they haven’t won a single playoff game during Lewis’ tenure as head coach.
Beyond that, there’s reportedly a belief within the organization that these are and have been the most talented teams they’ve ever had.
Unless Lewis is able to win a playoff game this year, Cole mentions that this could be Lewis’ final year as the Bengals’ head coach.
Lewis, 57, is among the longest tenured head coaches in the NFL. He was hired back in 2003 and has led them to a record of 112-94-2 (54.3 percent) to go along with four division championships. However, he’s 0-7 in the playoffs.
We’ll have more regarding Lewis’ future in Cincinnati as the news is available.