Bengals learning new offense after finishing last in the NFL

Daily Journal

CINCINNATI — Andy Dalton is getting acclimated with the Cincinnati Bengals' new offense, which is a lot different than the one that finished last in the league. He hasn't had to learn so much since his rookie season. “The way we're going to be calling things, the way we're going to be doing things — it's all going to be different,” Dalton said Monday. “There's not much that's the same.” The Bengals had one of the worst offenses in franchise history last season, finishing last in the NFL in yards and time of possession and tied for last in first downs. The rushing game was the worst in club history, averaging 85.4 yards. Bill Lazor was elevated to offensive coordinator after an 0-2 start, replacing

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