Coach Zac Taylor Showed Up To A Local Bar After The Bengals First Playoff Win In Over 30 Years

I don’t want to hear any Zac Taylor slander again!

After finishing the last season 4-11-1, the Cincinnati Bengals won their first playoff game since 1991 on Saturday.

Bengals coach Zac Taylor was under attack last season after a rough couple seasons to start his tenure, but Taylor managed to take the Bengals to a 10-7 regular season record and followed it up with a massive win over the Las Vegas Raiders to move on in the playoffs.

Taylor started a new tradition in Cincinnati last night after the coach stated that the game ball would be going to the city of Cincinnati; more specifically, game balls were dropped off at Pontiac, Walt’s Hitching Post and Mt. Lookout Tavern.

Not only that, Taylor showed up to a local bar to celebrate with some fans.

Bengals fans have made a complete 180 on their coach after Taylor had a two year record of 6-25-1.

Taylor gave a nice little speech and the crowd at the bar was FIRED UP! This group of people will never doubt their coach again.

The Bengals will either travel to Tennessee to face the Titans if the Chiefs win or to Buffalo to face the Bills if the Steelers manage to pull off the upset.


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