The Cincinnati Bengals are one of the more exciting teams to watch in the NFL. Bengals fans flock to Paul Brown Stadium home, more commonly referred to as “The Jungle.” The stadium holds about 65,000 fans and located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. If you want to sit amongst some of the most die-hard fans in the NFL, visit BroadRippleTickets.com for all your Cincinnati Bengals Home and Away Game Tickets.
The Cincinnati Bengals were supposed to be the worst team in the National Football League last season. All the experts picked them to finish last in the division but for many around the league there was a pleasant surprise with the Bengals last season. The Bengals believed they could make a run at the playoffs before the season started even though quarterback Carson Palmer departed from the team. Nobody believed the Bengals could win with a rookie quarterback at the helm, but the Bengals proved the world wrong.
The Bengals ended the regular season with a record of 9-7 and were swept by one of their division rivals, the Baltimore Ravens, for the first time since 2008. The Bengals got the final seed in the playoffs as Denver lost to Kansas City on the final day of the regular season. As the Bengals entered the playoffs they were the AFC’s number six seed, but were defeated by the Texans in the opening round of the playoffs. The Bengals have made the playoffs for the third time in seven years, but have not won a playoff game since 1990. They have not gotten past the Divisional Round of the playoffs since they went to two Super Bowls in 1981 and 1988.
The Cincinnati Bengals have one of the youngest teams in the National Football League especially on the offensive side of the ball. But that is what makes this team so exciting to watch. Head coach Marvin Lewis was not surprised at all by the way all of his players performed last season. He was happy to see the rookies on the team develop and learn the game so quickly. The Bengals boasted one of the better defensives in the league and will look for continue improvement. So if you want to be a part of the exciting action of Bengals football visit the website today, so you can be a part of the action today!
What record did the Cincinnati Bengals have in 2011? 9 Wins - 7 Losses
What stadium do the Cincinnati Bengals call home? Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati
Who is the coach of the Cincinnati Bengals? Marvin Lewis
What was the first year the Cincinnati Bengals played in the NFL? 1970
What division do the Cincinnati Bengals compete in? AFC North