Cincinnati Bengals Playoff Tickets
Team: Cincinnati Bengals
League: National Football League (NFL)
Conference: American Football Conference (AFC)
Home Games: Paul Brown Stadium
Owner, President, Manager: Mike Brown, son of coach Paul Brown
Super Bowl Appearances: Super Bowl XVI (1982) Super Bowl XXIII (1989)
AFC Championships: 1982 and 1989
Cincinnati Bengal TicketsThe Cincinnati Bengals team has appeared in the AFC divisional championship playoff in 1970, 1973, 1975, 1982, 1988 and 1991. It appeared in the AFC first round of the Super Bowl playoffs in 1983, and it also appeared in the AFC Wild Card playoff for two games in 1991 and for one game in 2006, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Bengal’s offensive tackle Anthony Munoz was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1998. Paul Brown, who founded and served as the first head coach for the Cleveland Browns, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1967 before going on to found and serve as the first head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals. Hall of Fame wide receiver Charlie Joiner played for the Bengals from 1972 to 1975, and Hall of Fame wide receiver Terrell Owens played for the Bengals in 2010. Two-time Heisman winner Archie Griffin played with the Bengals from 1975 to 1982. Get your Cincinnati Bengals playoff tickets at StubHub.
Who are some of the other notable Cincinnati Bengals?Other notable Cincinnati Bengals include current team members wide receiver Adriel Jeremiah "A.J." Green, quarterback Andy Dalton and defensive tight end Geno Atkins. Notable former Bengals include quarterback Carson Palmer, wide receiver Carl Pickens, running back Corey Dillon, wide receiver Chris Collinsworth, wide receiver Chad Ochocinco, quarterback Julius "Boomer" Esiason and quarterback Ken Anderson.
What team rivalries does the Cincinnati Bengals have?The Cleveland Browns and the Cincinnati Bengals confront each other in the Battle of Ohio, but the Bengals and the Pittsburgh Steelers arguably have the strongest rivalry.
What teams does the Cincinnati Bengals play?The Cincinnati Bengals still has a number of games to play for 2019. In 2020, it will play theBaltimore Ravens, the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers both at home and away. Other home games include the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants. Away games include the Indianapolis Colts, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins.
What is game day like at Paul Brown Stadium?The parking lots at Paul Brown Stadium open four hours before kickoff, and the Jungle Zone, located on the east plaza level of the stadium between Gates D and E, opens three hours before kickoff. All activities at the Jungle Zone are family friendly. Either a live band or a DJ provides entertainment on stage. Two Cincinnati-based food trucks offer food and drinks at each game. Try your hand at games such as bowling with a football, known as fowling, or try riding a football instead of a mechanical bull. You’ll find tables and chairs by the stage and on the opposite side of the Jungle Zone next to a pregame radio show featuring live interviews with Bengals Legends. You’ll also have an opportunity to collect autographs from former players, Bengals Legends and Ben-Gal cheerleaders.
What is the tailgating scene like at Paul Brown Stadium?If you want to tailgate before the Cincinnati Bengals playoff games at Paul Brown Stadium, you can purchase a tailgating pass. Passes allow entry for one passenger car less than 20 feet long. You can enter the area from up to four hours before kickoff to one hour after kick off. You can expect to see plenty of grilling on the open outdoor lots and fans mingling and playing music.
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