Paul Dehner Jr. Cincinnati Enquirer Published 1:29 PM EST Nov 16, 2018 How is all this going to work? For coaches who bathe in preparation, priding themselves on long hours spent scripting, watching tape, practicing and devising a protocol for every contingency, the question should be simple to the point of instinctual. Sunday, in one of the most important games of the Bengals’ season, there is no way to prepare for what will happen on the sidelines. Marvin Lewis takes over as defensive coordinator and will call plays for the first time since 2004. Hue Jackson will be there assisting Lewis and communicating with players and coaches in ways nobody can confidently predict. The staff of a defense that spent the first nine weeks of the season pacing to dubious NFL history adjusts on the fly to Lewis’ style in control. All of this in a building that consistently is home to some of the craziest football games in this team’s recent history, likely against a quarterback with freakish skills rarely seen in this league making his NFL debut. Predictability? Follow the template? Yeah, right. There is none. Not this week. It’s impossible to predict exactly how the game will operate Sunday when… Read full this story
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