Paul Brown Stadium History
Sports is never more intense than when you get to see an NFL matchup, as it brings together
some of the very best athletes in the world for unbelievable games that are always filled to the brim with bone-jarring excitement.
As the home of the Bengals, Paul Brown Stadium has been bringing together fans for unbelievable games ever since it opened
back in 2000, and since then it has become a major staple of the local sports scene around Cincinnati. The Bengals always
have a schedule loaded with talented playmakers who can change the direction of a big game in a real hurry, making it always
a good time to see all of the action up close and personal.
But it isn't just a great place for Bengals football, as
it also holds a variety of other events throughout the year. It's known for holding a major 2012 concert featuring Tim McGraw
and Kenny Chesney – two country music superstars that brought in music fans by the thousands for their Brothers of the
Sun tour. It has even held some big-time college football games as well, making it always a good idea to keep an eye on the
calendar for an exciting event that you could be talking about long after it's all over.
The NFL Experience
you've been living under a rock, you'll know that one of the premier sporting events of the day is the NFL, though that's
something that you'll have to see first-hand to truly appreciate. Dating back millennia, people have been gathering for intense
spectator sports, and that's not something likely to change any time in the near future. Obviously things have changed quite
a bit since the days of Roman chariot racing, but there are still some big-time sports that routinely turn out fans by the
tens of thousands. Ditch the couch and get out to the stands for a game loaded with world-class football players sure to put
on a show that you won't soon forget.
When the Bengals hit the field to take on an intense competitor,
there is only one place to be, and it definitely isn't sitting on your couch watching on your disappointing flatscreen. Get
out and see a game filled to the brim with playmakers that know a thing or two about putting on a show as the Bengals look
to make some major noise in the AFC North, though that's never easy against teams like the Ravens, the Steelers and the Browns.
But the Bengals also have another very talented team bursting with the stars of both today and tomorrow, making them a team
to watch out for as they look to make their move up the conference standings once again this season.
Come out and see
all of the highlight-reel runs, spectacular throws and clutch kicks that have become standard operating procedure for the
Bengals over the years. The Bengals always have an explosive team loaded with the stars of both today and tomorrow, though
you can't truly appreciate them until you get out to Paul Brown Stadium and see the big game alongside tens of thousands of
your fellow fans.
Cincinnati has plenty going for it, but you may not know that unless
you've actually made it there. And a Bengals game is the perfect reason for a road trip, as you'll end up with an intense
experience that shows you how passionate the Cincinnati sports fans are. The home of hip-hop star Talib Kweli and Doris Day,
of Steven Spielberg and Roy Rogers, Cincinnati has been a breeding ground for a very long time. But if you're looking for
top-tier talent, it's hard to top a big Bengals game at Paul Brown Stadium, as you'll be treated to a matchup featuring some
of the most explosive athletes in the entire world.
Did you know that Bengals' great Paul
Brown (yes, the same Paul Brown) actually was instrumental in creating the West Coast Offense?
Perfected by Bill Walsh
and the San Francisco 49ers in the 70s and 80s, the system actually started with Paul Brown and Walsh back when he was an
assistant for the Bengals. The system of quick passes and a more prolific passing game was way ahead of its time, making it
a precursor of a league that eventually would become predominately a passing one.
If you don't
know about the Bengals' fans, you'll be in for a real education when you get out to Paul Brown Stadium to see it all for yourself
in another bench-gripping season of football. There may be plenty of other options for prominent sporting events, but being
there in the stands alongside tens of thousands of passionate Bengals fans will take the NFL experience to a whole different
level that you couldn't even dream of finding anywhere but the stadium. The NFL is one of the most popular sports leagues
in the world for a reason, and you'll definitely get the picture if you make it out to Paul Brown Stadium.