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Team: Cincinnati Bengals
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Division: AFC North
Home Games: Paul Brown Stadium
Head Coach: Zac Taylor
Championships: 2 conference, 9 division
All-Time Greats: Charlie Joiner, Anthony Muñoz, Terrell Owens, Bob Johnson
The Cincinnati Bengals were started by Paul Brown in 1968. At the time, Brown was already a legend for previously coaching the Cleveland Browns — just one of the teams that would go on to become rivals of the Bengals. After Brown left Cleveland, he was interested in starting another Ohio-based football franchise. Although the Bengals were a strong team in the '80s that was able to win two AFC championship games, the franchise struggled after the 1990 season and went 14 years without making the playoffs. New guidance under different head coaches and quarterbacks led the team to improved seasons. In addition to the team's overall performance, some members of the coaching staff have contributed changes to the NFL culture as a whole. These modifications include increased use of a no-huddle offense, the West Coast offense passing scheme and the zone blitz defense. Interestingly, the zone blitz originated as a way to combat the West Coast offense. Take a look at StubHub today to get your Cincinnati Bengals tickets.
Where do the Cincinnati Bengals play?
When the Bengals growl at home, the team hangs up its helmets at the Paul Brown Stadium. Fans of the Bengals refer to the venue as "The Jungle" in reference to the natural habitat of the Bengal tiger. The stadium can seat 65,535 growling fans. The Bengals' administrative buildings and training grounds are also part of the facility. This venue is the only football stadium named as one of America's 150 favorite buildings or structures in a Harris Interactive survey.
Where can I get tickets to a Cincinnati Bengals game?
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What conference do the Cincinnati Bengals play in?
The Bengals play as part of the American Football Conference North Division of the NFL. They last won the division in 2015.
Who are the Cincinnati Bengals’ biggest rivals?
The biggest historical rivalry for the Bengals comes from fellow AFC North opponents, the Cleveland Browns. Paul Brown was associated with both teams, and he coached Cleveland to three NFL championships. After Browns owner Art Modell fired Brown, the latter created the Bengals and fueled an almost instantaneous rivalry with his former team. This rivalry also represents the biggest historical battle between the Bengals and another team, although the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens also represent divisional opposition.
What was the Cincinnati Bengals’ record last season?
The 2019 season was the Bengals' first under head Coach Zac Taylor. The team finished out the season with a record of 2 wins to 14 losses. This led to a last-place finish in the AFC North.
Who are some notable players from the Cincinnati Bengals?
Quite a few prominent professional football players spent at least parts of their careers with this team. The only Bengal player inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame is Anthony Muñoz, who received this honor in 1998 and spent his entire professional career with the team. Although founder Paul Brown is a Hall of Famer, he received this recognition prior to creating the Bengals. Other Bengals considered all-time greats include Charlie Joiner, Bob Johnson, Terrell Owens, Ken Anderson, Chad Johnson, Tim Krumrie, Ken Riley, Cris Collinsworth, Isaac Curtis and Boomer Esiason.
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