The Cincinnati Bengals have a plan to fix a problem by promoting another problem. It's quite the game plan.


Bengals fans have had a rough year, but hope is on the horizon as Marvin Lewis may finally be out of town after another losing season. The only problem is, the replacement doesn't exactly have a history of winning.


Cincinnati may get rid of Lewis only to promote Hue Jackson to head coach. 

This team is just going to continue to try to put square pegs into round holes. 


It was laughable when Jackson was signed extremely quickly by the Bengals after he was tossed aside by the Browns this year, but now this is concerning. Jackson could have been hired midseason to get things in order within the organization, as a promotion is easier than hiring him from the outside. 


The only issue is, losing follows him like a dark cloud. 

A lot of that has to do with the Bengals losing both Andy Dalton and A.J. Green for the season, but losses are losses. 


If you're in the mood for an extremely high draft pick, Hue is your man. If you want to win in Cincinnati, you have to hate this move.