Cincinnati Bengals coach Zac Taylor has given fans a reason to believe.
After a lackluster first year on the job, Taylor’s Bengals have turned around in a big way in 2021-22 — making it all the way to the AFC Championship Game this weekend.
Zac Taylor’s offensive system has shined with the likes of star players Ja’Marr Chase and Joe Burrow. With the added attention on him, many are wondering about Taylor’s life off-the-field.
Meet Zac Taylor’s Wife Sarah Sherman
Zac Taylor and Sarah Sherman have been married since 2008. They currently have four children together, Brooks, Luke, Emma and Milly, who are all undoubtedly enjoying the postseason run the Bengals have been on this year.
Zac and Sarah met during their time together at University of Nebraska. While Sarah was studying her degree in Journalism, Zach was the quarterback of the team during that time.
Sarah sat down Local 12 News prior to the postseason to talk about her journey with Zac Taylor.
“I remember praying that Zac would come back as a quarterback coach. In my wildest dreams I never thought we’d be here in this position that he would have the head job,” she said.
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Zac Taylor also shared a moment with 11-year-old son, Brooks, after the team clinched the AFC North title. The head coach rushed from Paul Brown Stadium to catch his son playing in a basketball game.
“I was playing basketball and my dad walked in and put a hat on my head. I didn’t know he was going to make it,” he said.
Zac Taylor, his kids, and his wife appear to be loving life in Cincinnati.
“I’m from Wisconsin, so I feel like it’s very similar people take care of each other,” Sarah Sherman said. “You can get anywhere in 10 or 15 minutes. I love this city.”
The entire Taylor family will keep their fingers crossed that the Bengals can somehow pull off the upset against the Chiefs this Sunday