The Bengals in the Playoffs
The Cincinnati Bengals are looking strong this season and are looking to make it to
the postseason. The Bengals have looked like the best team in the AFC North division for much of the year, and the team has
its sight set on the division crown. If the Bengals can finish atop the division standings, the team will be pitted against
some of the conference's best teams in the postseason, where the competition is as intense as it gets. The Bengals are a well-balanced
team that boasts a solid defensive unit that has done a good job against some of the better offenses in the National Football
League this season. With a bevy of playmakers on this defense, the Bengals have a good shot to go deep into the postseason,
and as the old adage goes, "Defense wins championships.
The Bengals won't be solely reliant on their defense to win
games in the playoffs, however, as they've got a good offense that features some dynamic players. AJ Green has emerged as
one of the best wide receivers in the game at a young age, giving quarterback Andy Dalton a go-to weapon that he can rely
on game in and game out. Green is a matchup nightmare of any defensive unit, and he always finds a way to torch opposing teams.
Expect to see Dalton look Green's way in the passing game early and often when the Bengals take the field in the postseason.
The team's running game is also a reliable aspect of Cincinnati's offense. Rookie running back Gio Bernard has made some spectacular
plays this season, and he's a threat to take it the distance every time get gets his hands on the football. The Bengals are
hoping that the well-roundedness of their roster can propel them deep into the postseason, and perhaps even to the Super Bowl.
The Cincinnati Bengals are a very solid AFC team that looks like a legitimate threat to make a serious
run in the playoffs. With a balanced offense that features a passing game headlined by wideout AJ Green and a running game
that boasts running back Gio Bernard, this Cincinnati offensive attack is equipped with some real big play threats. Teams
will try to key in on these players, but it's not going to be easy to stop them, especially Green. Quarterback Andy Dalton
has had some issues with interceptions this season, but if they can rein in some of his mistakes in the playoffs, this team
could go far. Fans are hoping to see their Bengals make a run all the way to the Super Bowl this postseason.
There's nothing like being there in person with a National Football League game kicks off at you favorite
team's home stadium. And when it comes to the playoffs, the experience is that much better. The postseason is the best time
of the year in the NFL, as only the best teams remain and are competing for the right to represent their conference in the
Super Bowl. Every player dreams of getting a shot at the Vince Lombardi Trophy, and these athletes are ready to leave it all
out on the field in the playoffs. Being there to witness a game like this is an experience that any fan would feel lucky to
be a part of.
Cincinnati Bengals Trivia
When was the last time the Cincinnati Bengals made the postseason?
answer is last season, 2012.
Cincinnati Bengals History
The Cincinnati Bengals were first formed in 1937
as a part of the first advent of the American Football League, but the league went under and the Bengals bounced around some
other professional league for years. The Bengals started up again in 1967 and have had some great moments throughout their
history. The Bengals have had some good teams over the years, even reaching the Super Bowl in 1981 and 1988. The team has
been unable to capture the Vince Lombardi to date, though that's something this year's team is surely looking to change. The
Bengals have made the postseason 11 times.
Cincinnati Bengals Fans
Everyone knows that fans can get an
idea of what the game is like from home,, but it's a completely different experience to actually feel the pulse of the crowd
as the Bengals dig in looking to make one more big play to seal the deal in the postseason. The Bengals have their eyes on
a deep playoff run this season, and their fans will surely be there in the stadium to support them. The people of Cincinnati
love their Bengals football, and to be there amidst the crowd is an experience that any Bengals fans should be a part of at
least once in their lifetime. Nothing beats seeing pro football in person; well, except for seeing playoff football in person.