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Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium
Super Bowl Appearances: 2 (1981, 1988)
Notable Players: Boomer Esiason, Paul Brown (coach), Ken Anderson, Corey Dillon, Carson Palmer, Chad Johnson, Andy Dalton, A.J. Green
The Cincinnati Bengals have been a team fighting to break through in the AFC for several years now. The Bengals have made the Playoffs three years in a row, and even took the AFC North crown last year, but the Bengals are also 0-3 in the Playoffs during that same stretch.
Things feel different this season, though. Led by a potent offense featuring Andy Dalton, A.J. Green, Giovani Bernard and tight ends Jermaine Gresham and Tyler Eifert, Cincinnati is a tough matchup for any team. Last year, the Bengals scored nearly 40 points a game and were a perfect 8-0 at home. They know how to put on a show at Paul Brown Stadium.
Defensively, the Bengals are also an elite unit in the league. Behind a unit of great players like Geno Atkins, Rey Maualuga, Leon Hall and Vontaze Burfict, Cincinnati knows how to teams down just as well as they know how to put points on the board.
Head coach Marvin Lewis has been in charge since 2003, the longest-tenured coach behind only Bill Belichick. While his offensive and defensive coordinators are gone, the Bengals are still in great position to not only get back to the Playoffs in 2014, but to make a serious run at the franchise’s first Super Bowl title. Make sure you get your Cincinnati Bengals tickets now so you can see the team light it up this year.
Cincinnati Bengals 2014 Schedule
The Bengals took the AFC North crown last season, and they look to keep it in Cincinnati this year. To do that. the Bengals will have to take down their division rivals, the Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns. In addition, the Bengals will also tangle with teams from the AFC South and NFC South. There are plenty of fun games on the Cincinnati Bengals schedule, so see which ones you want to check out this season.
Key Home Games
Week 6 vs. Carolina Panthers - Two of the best young quarterbacks in the league, Andy Dalton and Cam Newton, get to square off in this exciting matchup.
Week 14 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers - To really capture the AFC North, the Bengals will have to dispose of the Steelers two times at the end of the season. This is the first matchup of the year against Big Ben.
Week 16 vs. Denver Broncos - The last home game of the year represents a thrilling clash between Peyton Manning’s Broncos and Andy Dalton’s Bengals.