Cincy has seen enough of Finley.
In three starts, the rookie quarterback completed 47.1 percent of 87 pass attempts for 474 yards, 5.4 yards per attempt, with two touchdowns, two interceptions and 11 sacks, lost three fumbles and did not throw for 200 yards in any game. Lacking ideal arm strength, Finley struggled to move the ball consistently in Taylor's offense, averaging 11.0 points per game in the three contests with the rookie. Finley's 62.1 passer rating is 17.1 points lower than Dalton's 79.2 passer rating this season.
After getting their evaluation of Finley done, it's clear the Bengals will look to the 2020 draft for their signal-caller of the future. Sitting at 0-11, Cincinnati has a two-game lead for the No. 1 overall pick with five games left to play.