Zampese was sacked on Friday after the Bengals failed to score a touchdown and managed only nine points total in their first two games, both losses.
The Bengals are going to fire offensive coordinator Ken Zampese, and are replacing him with quarterback scoach Bill Lazor, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Those came on 3 field goals in their Thursday-night loss to the Houston Texans.
Zampese was Cincinnati's quarterbacks coach for 13 seasons before moving up to coordinator previous year when Hue Jackson went to Cleveland as the head coach.
But the Bengals' offense can't get any worse, and the next coach fired will surely be Lewis once the season ends.
Despite all the playoff failures over the past several years, there have been two things that have remained unchanged for the Cincinnati Bengals: Andy Dalton and Marvin Lewis. In the entire second half of a one-score game, Green was targeted four times and made two grabs for three yards. "We'll have a chance to convene [Saturday] morning after everyone has had a chance to take in what's happening and we'll go forward a lot faster after that". We've been struggling on offense, getting to the red zone.
It's hard to tell if Green is more frustrated with the play calling or Dalton. Green was not afraid to say what he thought of the team's performance during the first two weeks of NFL football.
Green just wants the team to play at the level he knows they are capable of. Before that Lazor was the offensive coordinator of the 2014 and 2015 Miami Dolphins who finished 14th and 26th respectively in total offense.
Lewis is in his 15th season as head coach of the Bengals.
After an 0-2 start in which the offense has yet to score a touchdown, the Cincinnati Bengals are looking to Bill Lazor to help fix that.
Green said, "We are playing like sh- right now".