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In an attempt to salvage what’s left of the season, Zac Taylor announced that he would start Ryan Finley over Andy Dalton after the bye week.

This decision comes the heels of an 0-8 season in which the offense is desperately needs to turn things around. Clearly, the offense needs work, and starting Finely is a sign that Taylor won’t just sit back and watch the season spiral.

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Starting Finley won’t magically transform the offense; it might not even pay off until next season. What are some other changes that the Bengals need to make coming out of the bye?

Get Drew Sample more involved
If what we’re doing now is figuring out where we stand for next year, then Finley shouldn’t be the only rookie in the starting lineup.

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Sample was drafted a little sooner than most Bengals fans would have liked, but for a second-round pick, the Bengals aren’t quite getting the value out of him that they should be getting. Sample has time and time again played single-digit snaps in this offense. He only has five targets so far, and has had little impact in the running game.

Tyler Eifert is only on a one-year contract, and even though he looks great this season, the Bengals are going to start thinking about if they want to re-sign him again. The Bengals should use this as an opportunity to evaluate Sample, and see if they need Eifert back in the tight end room again next year.

Plus, they would like to have a role for Sample, since he hasn’t had an opportunity to carve one out for himself yet.

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Middlekauff and Palmer discussed a number of topics during the episode. Here’s how Palmer compared the Bengals to the other NFL teams for which he played:

(The Oakland Raiders) were just a solid organization. … And we built something special. We got better every year. … We continued to improve and make strides and so it was just so comforting – coming from Cincinnati, who is a whole nother kind of mess and disaster. So coming from that and then going to Oakland and then all of a sudden, I got to Arizona, I was like, man, this is the NFL. This is how you’re supposed to do it. This is right. And it was just so comforting. And so much less stress and pressure.

There’s so much pressure on quarterbacks as it is. When you have to worry about some idiot making the decision on a roster move, or hiring coaches, or some of the stuff you have to worry about … when you have that added pressure and stress of not trusting the organization and knowing that they don’t know what they’re doing, that’s just an added amount of stress you don’t need as a young player. And going through that and seeing that and then getting to Arizona and going through what I went through in Cincinnati and what I went through in Oakland and then winning and appreciating the wins. And then winning a bunch … it really let me really enjoy each win. My five years in Arizona were so much fun because we were winning and I knew how to enjoy it because I knew the other side of it. I knew what it was like to be bad, and be on a bad, bad team. … Unfortunately, it took me too long to get (to Arizona). But it was refreshing, no doubt.

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From the jump … everybody, every single person – NFL people, agents, ex-quarterbacks I had talked to that were since retired and moved on – said, ‘You can’t go to Cincinnati. You can’t go to Cincinnati. It’s a quarterback graveyard.’ … I, at the time, was arrogant, young dumb, 20-year-old kid, and I was like, ‘I’m gonna go there and make a difference. I’m gonna go there and change it. I don’t care what all these people are saying.’ … I was naive. I didn’t want to believe it and want to hear it. And I thought, ‘Well, they haven’t had me. I’ll go there and change it.’ … I thought I was the difference-maker. I thought, ‘The organization doesn’t matter. The players on the field are what matters.’ And I was 100 percent wrong. All that matters is the organization. Because great organizations get the right players. So I was wrong on that. And it was just an accumulation of so many things.

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We won our division. We got good one year. We were close to getting good and we needed some key pieces. And I had gone to the organization and was like … we need a couple players here, a couple players there … and then of course the offseason comes, and nothing happens. Nothing changes. And it was year after year. In order to win in the NFL … you’ve got to be desperate to win a championship. You’ve got to be all in. The financials and the money side of it are very important obviously to owners, and to everybody that’s invested in the organization. But if the most important thing is the financials and the second-most important thing is winning, then you don’t have a chance. And it’s so important that ownership is willing to do what it takes to win. … If you just kinda sit there and hope that things fall your way, you’ve got to get really, really lucky to win a championship. But if you’re desperate and you’re willing to do what it takes and you’ll spend to go get this player. … You’ve got to be consistently trying to build a championship team. If you’re just kinda sitting there and hoping somebody falls in your lap, it’s hard to do it that way. You’ve got to have the ball bounce your way a number of times in the playoffs. And you’ve got to get lucky here and get lucky there. You look at New England and there’s not a lot of luck. And lot of that is built specifically. You look at what Pittsburgh’s done the last 20 years, there’s not a lot of luck involved in that … you look at what Seattle’s done, there’s not a lot of luck. … That’s not hoping that somebody falls to you in the draft. That’s being manipulative of the draft and moving players and churning up rosters and building the right chemistry in the locker room and there’s so much that goes into it, it’s just not a lucky thing. In order to be successful in the NFL, the organization is of the utmost importance.

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Palmer later discussed his rookie season with the Bengals – in which did not play but said he learned a lot about leadership from starter Jon Kitna as the Bengals won eight games in 2003.

“8-8 is like winning the Super Bowl for the organization in Cincinnati,” Palmer said.

The 39-year-old Palmer, the No. 1 pick in the 2003 NFL Draft who played for the Bengals from 2003 until he was traded to the Raiders in 2011, announced his retirement from football in January of 2018.

Palmer ranks 13th all-time with 46,247 passing yards. His 294 career passing touchdowns also rank 13th all-time.

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Get Germaine Pratt more snaps as well
All of that same logic goes for Pratt, their third-round pick from this year. Not only is he developmental prospect, but he may actually be the best linebacker on the team right now.

It’s obvious that Preston Brown and Nick Vigil can’t handle the jobs they’ve been assigned. They drafted Pratt to be their go-to guy in the middle of the field, but they’re bringing him along slowly.

Pratt’s looked good in his limited opportunities, but has also made some rookie mistakes. Overall, he has a higher upside than any other linebackers on the team. The Bengals should just let him get out there and make those mistakes now when the season’s already tubes.

Next year, when the Bengals are ready to compete, he’ll have half a season of experience under his belt and be closer to the player that they want him to eventually become.

Get more creative in play calling, both on offense and defense
One reason Cooper Kupp said he has a career day against the Bengals is that the defense did on the field what they showed they were going to do on film. The Bengals have been pretty vanilla on defense, hardly deviating from their base formations and schemes. Lou Anarumo’s defense has too many weak spots to keep operating the same way. The Bengals have to get more creative to try and cover up those deficiencies.

The same could be said about Taylor’s offense. They have acknowledged that the offense is not up to par, which is why they have decided to start Finley. But if they think that Finley will do better than Dalton under the exact same circumstances, then they are mistaken.

Knowing that the offensive line is battered and that the running game is faulty, Zac Taylor is going to have to come up some schemes to mitigate the negative impact of some of those things.

Whether or not the play callers are scared of messing up or if they just can’t figure out how to make things work, they need to seriously consider some changes to the playbook.

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