Cincinnati Bengals is a professional National Football League team belonging to Cincinnati, Ohio. They compete in American Football Conference’s North Division. The franchise was established in 1968 and played for American Football League as an expansion team, and became a part of NFL when AFL merged with it in 1970. The Bengals played their first three seasons at the "Nippert Stadium". Under the coaching of Paul Brown , the season ended for the team with a record of 3 – 11. Although it was disappointing start, yet their player Paul Robinson was named AFL’s Rookie of the Year . You can get your Cincinnati Bengals tickets for the upcoming matches from our website.----With the rise of 70’s, Cincinnati Bengals changed their home ground. Their new home ground was "Riverfront Stadium". During 70’s, Bengals made it to the playoffs thrice but were not able to win any of the postseason matches. In 1975, the team made a record of 11 – 3, which is till the date unbeaten percentage in the team’s history. The 80’s brought Bengals many chances and opportunities; they made it to the Super Bowl twice, losing both of the times against San Francisco 49ers. This was followed by continuous 14 season’s loss.
rivalry started taking a fierce shape against Pittsburgh Steelers during 2000’s. Bengals haven’t played more games with any other team than Steelers. They had a disappointing beginning of the new century. From 2000 – 2005, the team presented the worst performance than any other team of NHL. Their home ground named after their first head coach, "Paul Brown Stadium" was built during 2000.
They finished the 2006 season with a record of 8 – 8. In 2008, the team went further down and lost eight straight games. The curse was broken with defeating Jaguars, and the team managed to end the seasons with 4 – 11 – 1. They started their 2009 season with a victory of 12 – 7 against Denver Broncos. Tragedy hit the team when their player Chris Henry died in an accident. Their high spirits were converted into mourning and were followed by loss of game against San Diego Chargers. Their head coach Marvin Louis was honored with the NFL Coach of the Year Award by the end of 2009. They ended up the decade in 2010 with a record of 4 – 12.
currently play their home games at "Paul Brown Stadium", located in the heart of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is a sports arena and was opened on 19 th of August 2000. The stadium was constructed by Mike Brown and named after his father and Bengals’ founder Paul Brown. The stadium has a capacity of equipping 65,790 spectators. There are 114 private luxurious suits available and there are thousands of club special seats. The stadium has been included in the list of "America’s Favorite 150 Buildings and Structures", the only football stadium to be added to the list. The grounds surface is FieldTurf.
have unique jersey colors of black, orange and white. In the beginning their theme colors were blue, pink and purple. Their helmets are orange with black stripes and their logo is a stripped B. Their current uniform is mainly black in color. "WCKY", "WEBN-FM" and "ESPN 1530" are the flagship radio channels for the team and their broadcasters are Brad Johansen and Dan Hoard . Their games are broadcasted on "CBS" and "Local 12". Bengal’s fans most famous chant is "Who Dey" and has been in use for more than 30 years. Their mascot is the Bengali Tiger who is also called "Who Dey".
have a record of winning seven Division championships and two Conference championships. They have appeared in the playoffs nine times. Two of their past players have been included in the list of Pro Football Hall of Fame , they are, Charlie Joiner and Anthony Munoz . Two of their players have been awarded with NFL Most Valuable Player Award , they are, Boomer Esiason and Ken Anderson . If you wish to catch a live game by the tigers, get your Cincinnati Bengals Tickets
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