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Bob Bratkowski
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Date of birth December 2, 1955 (1955-12-02) (age 54)
Place of birth San Angelo, TX
Position(s) Offensive coordinator
Wide Receiver
College Washington State
Team(s) as a player
1974-1977 Washington State University
Team(s) as a coach/administrator
1978-1980

1981-1985

1986

1987-1988

1989-1991

1992-1994

1995-1998

1999-2000

2001-present
Missouri
(graduate assistant)
Weber State
(offensive coordinator)
Wyoming
(offensive coordinator)
Washington State
(offensive coordinator)
Miami (Fl.)
(offensive coordinator)
Seattle Seahawks
(wide receivers coach)
Seattle Seahawks
(offensive coordinator)
Pittsburgh Steelers
(wide receivers coach)
Cincinnati Bengals
(offensive coordinator)

Robert "Bob" Bratkowski ((pronounced "brat-COW-skee")(born December 2, 1955 in San Angelo, Texas) is the current offensive coordinator for the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals.

From 1975-77, Bratkowski played wide receiver at Washington State. He was later an assistant coach at Missouri and the offensive coordinator at Weber State, Wyoming, Washington State and Miami before making the jump to the NFL. In 1992, Bratkowski became an assistant coach with the Seattle Seahawks before being promoted to their offensive coordinator in 1995. Bratkowski left Seattle to become an assistant coach with the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 2001, Bratkowski was offered the job of offensive coordinator with the Cincinnati Bengals, a position he still holds today.

Under Bratkowski, the Bengals are currently ranked 32 in total offense. The Bengals have been in the NFL's top seven in passing offense in each of the last three seasons, and in the top 10 in total offense each of the last three years. In third-down efficiency, Cincinnati's offense has been in the top 10 for four of the past five years.

His father, Zeke, played quarterback for 14 seasons in the NFL, seeing action for the Bears, Rams and Packers.

Bob and his wife, Rebecca, have two children — son Shane and daughter Courtney.

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Preceded by
Larry Kennan
Seattle Seahawks Offensive Coordinators
1995–1998
Succeeded by
Mike Sherman
Preceded by
Ken Anderson
Cincinnati Bengals Offensive Coordinators
2001–present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
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