2014 Cincinnati Bengals Road Schedule
The Cincinnati Bengals are on the prowl for victories this season, and they'll
take to the road to capture as many as possible as they look to once again battle their way up the standings in the extremely
competitive AFC North. The Bengals had a very successful 2013 season, as they ended up easily taking the division and establishing
themselves as the team to beat in the AFC North, not to mention one of the top teams in the entire AFC. For road games, this
is a team that plays in front of plenty of fans who head out to show their support, making it every bit as exciting to see
the Bengals on the road as it is at Paul Brown Stadium.
The Bengals always look forward to traveling to Pittsburgh to
take on the Steelers, which is a matchup that will go down in the Steel City this time around on Dec. 28, marking the very
last game of the regular season. But fans definitely don't have to wait until the end of the season for a huge playoff game,
as the opening game on Sept. 7 will pit the Bengals against the Ravens in another unbelievable road matchup. Other top-tier
games against New England (Oct. 5), Indianapolis (Oct. 19) and Cleveland (Dec. 14) are also sure to have plenty of passionate
Bengals' fans in attendance. Put it all together and the Bengals have another exciting season loaded with great matchups and
exciting possibilities as they hope to defend their AFC North crown.
Cincinnati Bengals Team Info
Cincinnati Bengals are a well-rounded team that can beat opponents in a variety of ways, and they're coming off a 2013 season
in which they were able to use that to capture the AFC North title. The Bengals boast a very good passing attack, headlined
by talented wide receiver A.J. Green, who is routinely considered one of the very best in the league at his position. Andy
Dalton will also be looking to continue his considerable improvement from one season to the next, as he threw for 33 touchdowns
during the 2013 regular season and has established himself as one of the top quarterbacks in the league. It's definitely not
only about the offense, however, as the Bengals also have one of the very best defensive units in the league, making them
a scary team that doesn't get intimidated by anyone.
NFL Road Experience
When it comes to dominance in
American sports, look no further than the National Football League. The NFL is the premier sports league in the entire country,
and there's a reason for that. The action that fans experience at an NFL game is riveting, filled with bone-jarring hits,
passes with a feathery touch and electric touchdown runs that get everyone up out of their seats. The Bengals will set out
on the road for eight regular season contests away from Cincinnati this season, and the most loyal fans will make sure to
be there in person for as many as they possibly can. When the Bengals take to the field during an exciting road game, you'll
end up seeing them from a completely different perspective that will have you kicking yourself for not doing it a whole lot
Cincinnati Bengals History
The Cincinnati Bengals originally formed in 1937 as a part of the American
Football League, but the league went under. The Bengals returned to pro football again in 1967, and have had some great seasons
since then, giving their fans a lot of great memories over the years. The team is yet to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy, but
they have been to the Super Bowl on two occasions. The Bengals have been able to win their division title eight times, and
have been to the playoffs more than 10 times, giving them a proud tradition of winning despite not yet winning the whole thing.
But with an exciting young nucleus on both offense and defense and some big-time playmakers, this is a team that has fans
thinking they'll be seeing the Lombardi Trophy up close much sooner than later.
Cincinnati Bengals Trivia
you know that Paul Brown won back-to-back Coach of the Year awards back in 1969 and 1970?
Yup, the guy who eventually
had the stadium named after him was the best of the best back in the late 1960s and the early 1970s, leading the Bengals to
one of their brightest spots in franchise history and laying the groundwork for a team that seems to only get more and more
popular. Fans also might know that Brown was also the original coach of the Cleveland Browns, lending him his name to the
franchise. When you have a franchise and a football stadium named after you, you're kind of a big deal, which is why the name
Paul Brown still has quite the weight around NFL circles.