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The Cincinnati Bengals have gone to the playoffs the past four seasons, but have yet to advance past the first round. In 2015, they aim to change that. The team brings back an explosive offense that includes the likes of A.J. Green and Gio Bernard, and combines it with a staunch defense that include Geno Atkins and A.J. Hawk. Find Bengals tickets at TicketNetwork.com and enjoy a game at Paul Brown Stadium this season!

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Sep 07, 2016
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Cincinnati Bengals Season Tickets (Includes Tickets to All Regular Season Home Games)Cincinnati, OH
Paul Brown Stadium
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Oct 30, 2016
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Cincinnati Bengals vs. Washington RedskinsLondon, United Kingdom
Wembley Stadium
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Home Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium

Opened:2000
Seating Capacity:65,535
Address:1 Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Team Site:www.Bengals.com

About the Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals began play in 1968 as an expansion team in the AFL before joining the NFL in 1970 during the AFL-NFL Merger. The team was founded by Paul Brown, who chose the name Bengals, in part due to the star of the city's world renowned zoo mascot, the white Bengal Tiger. The Bengals have had some success in their team's history, most notably their two trips to the Super Bowl, though they lost both times to Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers.

Unfortunately, most of the rest of Bengals history has been synonymous with losing. Since 1991, the team has only made the playoffs three times, losing each time in the first round. The team has had some exciting players suit up for them including Carson Palmer and Chad Johnson (a.k.a. Chad Ochocinco). The team has since moved on from those players and are now entering a new and bright future behind up-and-coming stars A.J. Green and Andy Dalton. If those two are able to stay healthy in the long term, the Bengals will be a formidable team for years to come in the AFC North.