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Cincinnati Bengals


2009 Cincinnati Bengals Football Preview:

The big question for the Cincinnati Bengals heading into 2009 is what name their star receiver will play under. Will he be Chad Johnson or Ocho Cinco? Whatever the case the Bengals will be counting on #85 and a new WR they picked up in free agency, Laveranues Coles. With #85, Coles, QB Carson Palmer and RB Cedric Benson the Cincy offense should be in pretty good shape in 2009. That means the key for the Bengals will be Coach Marvin Lewis inspiring his defense to get back in top form. If the D steps up, then look for Bengals fans to be rocking Paul Brown Stadium this year.


Founded: 1968
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium
Conference: AFC North
Rivals: Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers
Owners: Mike Brown (1967)
Mascot: Who Dey
Notable Players: Boomer Esiason, Ken Anderson and Anthony Munoz


The Cincinnati Bengals are one of the most exciting up and coming teams in the NFL today. Fans have consistently been filling the stands at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio to watch the Bengals’ high-powered, West Coast-style offense. You’ll find it hard to stay in your seat watching the Bengals’ game-changing offense that can rack up points or turn the tide of a football game in a hurry.

The Cincinnati Bengals play in the North Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL). The franchise was officially founded in 1970. Playing their home games at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Bengals are a team originally formed as statewide competitors to the Cleveland Browns. When the AFL and NFL merged, Cincinnati found itself in the same division as the Browns and a cross-state rivalry was immediately born. Paul Brown Stadium, also known as “the Jungle” has a listed capacity of over 65,000, and has set attendance records this season with the Bengals’ draw and exciting play.

The Cincinnati Bengals have two trips to the Super Bowl in the 1980’s to their credit, and have contributed memorable icons and strategies to the NFL such as founder Paul Brown, the Ickey Shuffle, and Sam Wyche’s famous no-huddle offense. The team has also built a loyal and rabid fan base who desperately want to see their team leave its past disappointments behind.

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