The Cincinnati Bengals are currently on a two-game losing streak, which isn’t ideal this late in the season. With four games remaining, now is the time for this franchise to turn it back around. Zac Taylor seems to believe that, as he provided some strong words regarding his team.

According to Kelsey Conway, Taylor didn’t shy away from his confidence in what he believes the Bengals are capable of.

“I don’t think anybody wants to play us, quite frankly. And we haven’t won all the games that we felt like we should’ve won. But I think our guys have a ton of confidence, and people see what they’re about, see the talent we’ve got in all three phases, and see that we’re going to fight to the last second.” – Cincinnait Bengals head coach Zac Taylor.

The Bengals have been one of the surprise organizations this year. After struggling the last several years, the franchise has made a quick turnaround in 2021. Joe Burrow looks like a franchise quarterback, Joe Mixon is an elite running back, and Ja’Marr Chase has already proven himself as a top-tier wide receiver.

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On the other side of the ball, Cincinnati has played above expectations throughout the season. The defense has kept the Bengals in most of their games, making them a dangerous team all around. Although the roster is young, their motivation has helped them win more games than not.

With four games remaining in the season, now is the time for the Bengals to put it all together. They take on the Denver Broncos in Week 15, which should be a great matchup. Both franchises are in similar situations fighting for playoff positions. We’ll see if Cincinnati has what it takes, as they look to prove themselves in the final four games

It’s easy to see where Joe Burrow gets some of his confidence from, as Zac Taylor doesn’t lack in that department. Look for the Bengals to play their hearts out on Sunday as they aim to defeat the Broncos.