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    Cincinnati Bengals Franchise Information

    Have a read on below at some quick stats and facts on the Cincinnati Bengals to get you started: 

    Stadium:Paul Brown Stadium 
    Colours:Orange, black & white 
    Hall of Famers:Paul Brown, Anthony Munoz & Ken Riley 
    Hall of Fame Coaches:None
    Rivals:Pittsburgh Steelers 
    Legends:Ken Anderson, Anthony Munoz, Tim Krumie, Chad Johnson, Jim Breech, David Fulcher, Chris Collinsworth, Boomer Esiason, Isaac Curtis, James Brooks, Ken Riley, Reggie Williams, Max Montoya, Willie Anderson, Corey Dillon, Lemar Parish, Bob Trumpy, Dave Lapham, Takeo Spikes, Bob Joshnson, Rudi Johnson, Dan Ross, Rodney Holman, Ickey Woods & Pat McInally 
    Retired Numbers:54
    Conference: AFC
    Super Bowl Championships:0
    Conference Championships:2: 1981 & 1988
    2020 Record:4-11-1
    1st 2021 Draft Pick:#5 – Ja’Marr Chase
    2021 Power Ranking:25

    Cincinnati Bengals Fixtures 2021 / 2022

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    Cincinnati Bengals History

    If it wasn’t for Ohio’s favourite footballing son Paul Brown there may have never been an NFL team in Cincinnati. After being shown the door from the Cleveland Browns by Art Modell, Brown had a dream of having an NFL team in Cincinnati and met with Jim Rhodes who was the city’s governor and they hatched a plan and by 1968 they had a team. 

    Brown wanted to have an NFL team, but the first couple of years of the Bengals existence they had to compete in the American Football League (AFL) and when the merger between the two leagues finally occurred in 1970 Brown’s dream became a reality. 

    Brown, whose coaching record spanned 41 seasons (which included all levels of American football), coached the Bengals from 1968-1975 taking the Bengals to three NFL playoff appearances in that time (1970, 1973 and 1975). 

    The Bengals didn’t take long to adjust to life in the NFL as they became the first franchise to clinch the first AFC Central title after ending the season with a 8-6 record and became the youngest franchise to make it to the playoffs. 

    A year later the Bengals posted a 4-10 record in which they couldn’t defend their AFC Central title, but they did hand a debut to quarterback Ken Anderson who they picked up in the third round of the draft. 

    Anderson’s career with the Bengals spanned 16 years from 1971-1986, where he played 192 games, made 2,654 passes, made 3,2838 passing yards and made 197 passing touchdowns. The Benglas returned to the playoffs in 1973 and 1975 however, they fell to Miami 34-16 (in 1973) and lost the wildcard to Oakland in 1975. 

    The rest of the 70s saw the Bengals struggle as they missed the playoffs each year and had two coaches before the end of the decade as Bill ‘Tiger’ Johnson and Homer Rice took charge before they entered the 80s. By the time the new decade rolled around the Bengals had a new coach in Forrest Gregg, and he took the reins from 1980-1983.

    Despite only winning six games in his first season in charge, it was Forrest’s second season that is of note as he took the Bengals to their first Super Bowl appearance, however, they went down to San Francisco 49ers. 

    The Benglas returned to the biggest showpiece in the NFL under new coach Sam Wyche (who took over from Gregg in in the 1984 season), in the 1988 season after clinching the AFC Championship, but fell to the San Francisco 49ers again in Super Bowl XXII. 

    Apart from claiming the AFC Central title for the fifth time and making it to the divisional playoffs in which they lost to the LA Raiders, the 90s didn’t prove much joy as they missed the playoffs for most of the decade and were near the bottom of the AFC Central standings. 

    The beginning of the 2000s had a sense of deja-vu from the 90s. However, the Bengals fortunes began to change in 2005 when they broke a 15 year playoff drought and made the playoffs for the first time since 1990 after finishing first in the AFC Central standings.

    That was the only fairytale that occurred as the Bengals fell to their rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers in the wildcard playoff. The Bengals returned to postseason action in 2009 but once again fell at the hurdle going down to the New York Jets. 

    The Bengals returned to the glory days by the time the 2010s arrived as they were a prominent feature in postseason action and made the wildcard playoffs in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 but each time they were defeated by Houston Texans (back-to-back in 2011 and 2012), San Diego, Indianapolis and Pittsburgh. 

    2019 marked the fourth straight season that Cincinnati missed the playoffs, finishing with a 2-14 record which tied for a franchise worst. Their prize for being so bad was a quarterback out of LSU by the name of Joe Burrow.

    Burrow was breaking multiple rookie quarterback records but went down halfway through his 10th game and didn’t get up. A torn ACL and MCL halted the rookie’s season and while the Bengals were just 2-7-1 with him in the lineup, it was a massive blow for the franchise.

    Expert 2021 / 2022 Picks & Preview on Cincinnati Bengals

    If you are a fan of the Cincinnati Bengals, then you know that the only thing that matters right now is how they are expected to perform in the 2021 / 2022 season. Do the Cincinnati Bengals have the star power to make it all the way to the Super Bowl in 2022? 

    Our experts will provide an analysis on the Bengals’ chances after an exciting draft and free agency period this offseason. 

    Cincinnati Bengals Betting & Odds History

    Despite their 4-11-1 record, Cincinnati finished with a 9-7 record against the spread, being 5-3 at home and 4-4 on the road. Their best cover of the season was in week 15 when they hosted AFC North rivals, the Steelers and closed as 14.5 point underdogs. The Bengals went on to win that game 27-17, performing 24.5 points better than their spread and dinting Pittsburgh’s run to the postseason in the process.

    The Bengals finished an even 8-8 in total points betting, going 4-4 at home and on the road.

    With no specific timetable for Joe Burrow’s return, the Bengals currently have the third worst Super Bowl LVI odds of +10000 while having the second worst AFC Championship odds of +45000.

    Cincinnati Bengals FAQ

    Still got some burning questions about the Cincinnati Bengals? Well, we have answered some of the most common questions people have, hopefully you will find the answer you are looking for below! 

    Where do the Cincinnati Bengals play?

    The Cincinnati Bengals play their home games at Paul Brown Stadium. 

    Who owns the Cincinnati Bengals?

    Mike Brown owns the Cincinnati Bengals.

    Has the Cincinnati Bengals won an NFL Super Bowl?

    The Cincinnati Bengals have never won a Super Bowl. 

    Who is the Cincinnati Bengals coach?

    Zac Taylor is the head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals.

    Do the Cincinnati Bengals play tonight?

    Are you wondering if the Cincinnati Bengals are playing tonight? Well, SportsTips has all the details you need about upcoming Cincinnati Bengals games! Make sure you check this page at the top for all the details you are looking for.

    What is the Cincinnati Bengals record?

    The Cincinnati Bengals finished the 2020 season with a 4-11-1 record.

    Did the Cincinnati Bengals win last night?

    Fans of the Cincinnati Bengals are all wanting to know if they won the game last night. You can find more information in relation to the team’s recent form in games on the page at the top.

    How much is the Cincinnati Bengals worth?

    According to Forbes magazine, the Cincinnati Bengals are worth $2 billion. 

    Who do the Cincinnati Bengals play tonight?

    Like a lot of things in the NFL, things change pretty quickly. So, if you are looking for more information about who the Cincinnati Bengals play tonight, you have come to the right place. We have all this information for you in detail, you can find these details for upcoming games at the top of the page.

    How to watch the Cincinnati Bengals?

    You can watch the Chicago Bears on CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone, DIRECTTV NFL Sunday Ticket and on You can also stream Bengals games on the Bengals App, Yahoo sports app,CBS All Access, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, ESPN, Amazon Prime Video, DIRECTTV Sunday Ticket, NFL Sunday ticket, NFL GamePass and NFL Mobile app. You can also listen to coverage on NFL GamePass, Westwood One, TuneIn and Sirius XM.

    Will the Cincinnati Bengals make the playoffs this year?

    The Cincinnati Bengals definitely didn’t make the playoffs after finishing 13th in the AFC and last in the AFC North with a 4-11-1 record.

    When do the Cincinnati Bengals play?

    Cincinnati Bengals fans are always looking for more information about when their team plays the next game. For all the information you have been craving and more, be sure to check the top of this page. Here as SportsTips we list all the information you need like the kick off time, location of the game and the all important NFL odds.

    When is the next Cincinnati Bengals game? 

    For more details on the next Cincinnati Bengals game, check above on the page, we include all the details there.

    Where did the Cincinnati Bengals finish the season?

    The Cincinnati Bengals finished the 2020 season fourth in the AFC North and 13th in the AFC. 

    How many games did the Cincinnati Bengals win?

    The Cincinnati Bengals won four games in the 2020 NFL season.