The most seemingly teflon man in coaching is finally out.
After 16 long, mediocre years with the Bengals, Cincinnati has finally let go of their head coach after a 6-10 season.
Marvin Lewis has informed his #Bengals staff he’s out as coach, source said. Owner Mike Brown made the decision.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) December 31, 2018
Lewis was hired in 2003, and has compiled a record of 131-122-3 over the years, all without a single playoff, despite seven playoff appearances.
The Bengals failed the reach the playoffs in the third consecutive season despite regularly making the playoffs over his tenure.