Coveted Bengals Coach Reveals Plans for 2023
The Cincinnati Bengals fell short of their ultimate Super Bowl goal in 2022, but their season was still a success. Cincinnati made it back to the AFC Championship after a resounding 12-win campaign during the regular season.
The Bengals have their sights set on getting back to the Super Bowl for the second time in three years in 2024, but the franchise will need to retain key members of its coaching staff to do so. On Sunday, one of those key coaches revealed his plans for 2023.
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According to Bengals insider Mike Garafolo, quarterbacks coach Dan Pitcher is staying in Cincinnati for another season to work alongside Joe Burrow. There was concern that Pitcher may end up with another franchise after interviewing twice for the open Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator role, but it sounds like he'll be sticking around after all.
Per Garafolo, Bengals fans should not be surprised if Pitcher is in consideration for another open OC role next offseason. But, for now, he's staying with Cool Joe.
Burrow had another monster season working with Pitcher. He threw for more than 4,400 yards and 34 touchdowns for a second straight season, finishing fourth in the MVP voting.
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