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The former conference champions, the Cincinnati Bengals are scheduled to clash the former Super Bowl champions, the Pittsburgh Steelers in an exciting game at the latter’s home ground, the Heinz Field. The Cincinnati Bengals have won two conference tiles and eight division titles since they joined NFL in 1970. They have made to Super Bowl games twice and have also appeared twelve times in the playoffs. Now the Bengals have a chance to prove their talents against the stronger team of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers have six Super Bowl championships, eight conference titles and twenty division championships in their records. Buy your Cincinnati Bengals Pittsburgh tickets before they are all gone and cheer for your favorite team live from the stadium.
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The Cincinnati Bengals are an accomplished team with multiple conference and division titles but they still need to touch the top of the ladder in the world of football. The upcoming game will put them against the former Super Bowl champions and Divisional rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Dating back to the seventies, the two teams have had many instances of fiery clashes. Another such exciting game is now coming your way at the Heinz Field. Get your Cincinnati Bengals Pittsburgh tickets and catch the action live.
One of the most memorable games between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Pittsburgh Steelers was the 2005 AFC Wildcard playoff game. The Steelers won a 31-17 after the Bengals’ chief player had to leave with a knee injury. This intensified the rivalry further and led the Bengals to settle the score in the week 13 of the 2005 season with a 38-31 win. Both teams ended the 2005 season with an identical 11-5 record and the 2006 season with another identical record of 8-8. The tiebreaker was won by the Bengals in both years due to their higher division record. However, the Steelers lead the all-time series with 52-32 record and are responsible for eliminating the Bengals from the 2005 playoffs as well as for taking them out of contention in the 2006 season.
Now these two teams are coming against each other once again in a game that promises to be of epic proportions. Get your tickets while they are still available.