Cincinnati Bengals Special Teams Coordinator Darrin Simmons Talks Playoff Win & Tennessee Titans

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The longest-tenured coach for the Cincinnati Bengals is special teams coordinator and Assistant Head Coach Darrin Simmons.

Saturday night, Simmons enjoyed the excitement of the Bengals first playoff win in 31 years over the Las Vegas Raiders as much as the fans in the Jungle did.

Simmons talks with Dave Lapham In The Trenches presented by First Star Logistics about the experience, how his special teams did in the win, and gives fans a look at the match-up between the Bengals and this Saturday’s opponent, the Tennessee Titans, as the Bengals look to advance to the AFC Championship Game.

Learn more about the status of Bengals rookie kicker Evan McPherson, punter Kevin Huber, long snapper Clark Harris and returner Trent Taylor as they get ready to face former Bengals kicker Randy Bullock, punter Brett Kern and returner Chester Rogers of the Titans.

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