Fans with Cincinnati Bengals tickets have seen the “Bungles” evolve into one of the most feared teams in the NFL, and a young team on the rise. QB Andy Dalton and WR A.J. Green are well on their way to surpassing the classic Palmer-to-Johnson combination and the duo will be the key to the Bengals future for a decade.
Reaching the NFL Playoffs for the third-straight year, the young, hungry, and deep Cincinnati Bengals are a team to be feared in the run to the Super Bowl during the 2015 season. Whether it’s on the road or at home inside Paul Brown Stadium, order your Cincinnati Bengals playoff tickets from OnlineTickets.com today!
The history of the Cincinnati Bengals has been a long and often difficult one, with injuries always seeming to haunt the Bengals players over the years. The team lost their best player, QB Carson Palmer, to injury early in 2008 and could never recover. The Cincinnati Bengals rallied around coach Marvin Lewis and stormed the NFL, going 10-6 with an AFC North Championship in 2010, only to have fortunes reverse again in the 2011 season. Longtime stalwarts Carson Palmer and Chad Johnson departed soon after, but the once-dynamic duo was replaced by a new tandem in 2011, one that has gotten the team to three-straight NFL Playoffs.
Winning big games and breaking records in Texas high school football and with the TCU Hornfrogs, third-year QB Andy Dalton has had just as much success at the NFL. Partnered with fellow 2011 NFL draftee WR A.J. Green, Andy Dalton has guided the Cincinnati Bengals to victories over more experience opponents. While the duo of Dalton and Green has drawn comparisons to Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin, the Cincinnati Bengals defense has been their key to victory. DT Geno Atkins, CB Leon Hall, DT Domata Peko, and LBs Rey Maulauga and Vontaze Burfict are only a few of the rising names on the solid unit.
Head coach Marvin Lewis has brought a culture of winning to the Cincinnati Bengals and his motivation will be needed with the tough schedule ahead. Winning the AFC North Title was no easy feat, though the Cincinnati Bengals handled the gaining Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers well. The Cleveland Browns may even be a contender in 2014, even if Johnny Manziel can live up to the hype. Outside of the AFC North, the Bengals will face opponents like the Atlanta Falcons and the postseason rival Houston Texans.
Iconic coach Paul Brown gives his name to the home stadium of the Bengals in Cincinnati, Ohio. Paul Brown Stadium is always filled to the brim with 60,000 plus fans in their best black and orange gear. The winter months often bring snow to the games and makes for some classic cold-weather matchups. From Paul Brown Stadium to the battles on the road, the best place to snag your Cincinnati Bengals tickets is at OnlineTickets.com!