Once one of the worst teams in the league, the Bengals have turned things around over the last few years, led by head coach Zac Taylor.
Taylor played quarterback collegiately for Wake Forest, Butler and Nebraska and even earned a tryout with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but is obviously most known for what he’s done with the Bengals as a head coach.
Some may not even know where he coached before Cincinnati.
Where Did Zac Taylor Coach Before Bengals?
Before becoming head coach of the Bengals for the 2019 season, Zac Taylor was the Rams’ quarterback coach (2018). This is his first head-coaching job at any level.
The Rams weren’t his first NFL team, as Taylor spent some time with the Dolphins from 2012-15.
Taylor was part of the Sean McVay coaching tree, in which many have gone on to become head coaches.
Zac Taylor Coaching Career
- 2012 – Miami Dolphins (Assistant QBs coach)
- 2013-14 – Miami Dolphins (QBs coach)
- 2015 – Miami Dolphins (Offensive coordinator, QBs coach)
- 2016 – Cincinnati Bearcats (Offensive coordinator, QBs coach)
- 2017 – Los Angeles Rams (Assistant wide receivers coach)
- 2018 – Los Angeles Rams (Quarterbacks coach)
- 2019-present – Cincinnati Bengals (head coach)
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