Cincinnati Bengals Tickets
Cincinnati Bengals was founded by Paul Brown, who was also the team’s head coach for its first eight seasons. During his tenure, Brown devised a strategy of only drafting those college players to the team who had above average intelligence quotient, which is the reason why most of the Bengals went on to also have successful careers in various fields of arts and media. After playing their inaugural season in Nippert Stadium, the team was moved to Riverfront Stadium to play its home games. The Bengals shared the stadium with the Major League Baseball team Cincinnati Reds until the Bengals moved again in 2000 to the current home field of Paul Brown Stadium.
During their play in 70s, Cincinnati Bengals managed to make it to the playoffs at three occasions, but weren’t lucky enough to win the championship. Also during that decade in 1975, the team managed to give their highest winning percentage to date after posting a winning record of 11-3 that season. Thanks to that they earned a playoff spot, only to lose to Oakland Raiders in the divisional playoffs. During the following decade of 80s, Bengals made it to the Super Bowl twice only to lose from San Francisco 49ers on both of those occasions. Before his death, Paul Brown had transferred the control of the franchise to his son Mike Brown who went on to control the franchise after his death in 1990. This marked for the dark era in the franchise’s history as they went on to have a non winning record for 14 consecutive seasons. But the consistency of the team started to emerge as soon as Marvin Lewis took charge as the head coach of the team in 2003. The team made it to the playoffs for the first time in 2005 since their last appearance in 1990, and also improved their winning percentage considerably since 1990.
After 2005, Bengals made the next playoff appearance later in 2009, and moreover they also went on to win the divisional title that year for the first time. What added more joy to their victory was the fact the team defeated the Ravens and the Steelers, both of whom appeared in the AFC Championship game in the previous season. For accomplishing this feat, Marvin Lewis claimed the NFL Coach of the year Award.
The Bengals will enter this season as a seasoned team with some of the most valued players in its squad. They are aiming to outdo each and every opponent and fare well during all the home and away games. Can they make it to the playoffs or not is still to be seen. So if you’re a loyal supporter of the team then grab your Cincinnati Bengals tickets and support your team by being there!
Cincinnati Bengals Rivals
The rivalry between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Indians has produced some very high scoring encounters over the years. The rivalry developed between these two sides because of two main reasons. The first is the geography and the fact that the two cities basically split the state of Ohio. Cincinnati is in the Southwest whereas Cleveland is at the other corner of the state in the Northeast.
The second reason is Paul Brown. Brown is an iconic figure in the Browns history. When he was fired by Art Modell, he formed his own side which was the Cincinnati Bengals. As of the 2016 season, the Bengals lead the overall head to head record 48-39.
The rivalry between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Pittsburgh Steelers developed in the year 1970 when these two sides became division rivals. The Bengals were formed as members of the now defunct American Football League. When the AFL and the NFL merged in 1970, the Bengals joined the Steelers in their division. That has remained the case ever since. These two sides have faced each other twice a season annually with the 1982 campaign being the only exception. That year, the clash in Cincinnati was called off because of a players’ strike.
Who is the owner of the Bengals?
The Cincinnati Bengals are owned by Mike Brown.
Where was Super Bowl 16?
Super Bowl 16 was played at the Pontiac Silverdome.
CINCINNATI NEWS AND UPDATES
Tyler Eifert might be out for the season
According to reports coming in there is a big chance that Tyler Eifert’s season has come to a premature end. The Cincinnati Bengals tight end has played in two games this season because of a recurring back injury and now it looks as though he has decided to sort the issue out by undergoing surgery. This will come as a big blow to the franchise because when on song, Eifert can be a very good player. He played in only eight games during 2016 and with him being in the last year of his contract, the surgery has come at a bad time for him.
Cincinnati Bengals Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Cincinnati Bengals tickets is $145. The date and location for this event is 31-Dec-17 at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore. The minimum get-in price for Cincinnati Bengals tickets is $26.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals||Baltimore||31-Dec-17||$145||$26|
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A:Established in 1967, the Cincinnati Bengals is owned by Mike Brown. The team has not yet captured any League Championship. However, they have won two conference and eight division crowns. They are currently coached by Marvin Lewis.
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