Paul Brown Stadium
Named for the founder, Paul Brown, the home venue of the Cincinnati Bengals is Paul Brown Stadium. Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, this massive structure became open to the public in 2000. Nicknamed “The Jungle”, this stadium was constructed to replace Riverfront Stadium, which the Bengals had previously shared with the MLB’s Reds. Now in a building devoted solely to football, the Bengals enjoy one of the best home field advantages in the NFL with their raucous crowd that turn out for each home game.
In addition to Bengals games, Paul Brown Stadium has hosted a number of NCAA football games, concerts, and the Cincinnati Jazz Festival. The beautiful architecture of this venue is recognized as one of “America’s favorite 150 buildings and structures”. It is the only football stadium to make the list.
While the players enjoy the luxury of the synthetic field under their feet, Bengals fans can enjoy the game from a private luxury suite. More than 100 luxury boxes surround the field and each offers its occupants amenities that will keep them wanting to come back each week. In addition to its climate-controlled setting, these suites come with HDTVs that ensure the fans won’t miss a minute of the action from any game around the league while they take in the Bengals game live. The VIP parking and premium catering services will make you feel like royalty.
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The final team added to the AFL lineup, the Cincinnati Bengals played just two years in the American Football League before the merger saw them become a member of the NFL in the AFC. Wasting no time under head coach Paul Brown, the Bengals made the playoffs in their inaugural NFL season.
While 13 more playoff appearances would follow, none would end in a Super Bowl victory for the Bengals. Cincinnati came closest to attaining this elusive title in the 1980s. Their first chance came in 1981, but was lost 26-21 at the hands of Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers. Following the 1988 season, the Bengals met the 49ers in the Super Bowl again for a rematch that ended in another heartbreaker for Cincinnati fans as Montana bested the Bengals again, completing the go-ahead drive to win the game with just 34 seconds left on the clock.
Bitter memories of these title games haunted the Bengals for years. Cincinnati would go on to make the postseason only once more under head coach Sam Wyche (in 1990) and would not make another appearance until 2005 under head coach Marvin Lewis. Highly regarded throughout Cincinnati, Lewis had been at the helm of this team from 2003 until the end of 2018. Looking forward, the Bengals organization picked out Zac Taylor from the Los Angeles Rams staff as the guy with the right fit for their current team to help propel them to playoff wins and a chance at their first Super Bowl victory.
The 2018 campaign and its resulting record of 6-10 had many in Cincinnati worried about the direction of this team. Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton knows that his team can perform better and expects to lead a group that is hungry to win back the AFC North. Eager to get back onto the field after a thumb injury sidelined him last year, Dalton hopes to impress his new coach. The 2019 1st round draft selection of Jonah Williams, an offensive tackle out of Alabama (11th overall) should add to his protection. Dalton has the tools for the job with talented wide receivers in AJ Green (who also has something to prove after a 2018 injury) and Tyler Boyd. Tyler Eifert is battling back from injury as well, but will be on the field with his teammates for the 2019 season. Running back Joe Mixon put together a solid effort in 2018 and aims to follow it up with even better numbers. Giovani Bernard continues to be a solid back in this tandem.
Cincinnati also has top talent in the form of defensive end Carlos Dunlap and defensive tackle Geno Atkins. Dre Kirkpatrick, Shawn Williams, and rookie Jessie Bates all patrol the backfield. Germaine Pratt, taken in the third round of the 2019 draft, could make a quick impact on this team as a linebacker.
Many memorable names have played on the field at Paul Brown Stadium over the years for the Bengals. Fans in Cincinnati count among the best of them to be Anthony Munoz, AJ Green, Ken Anderson, Boomer Esiason, Chad Ochocinco, Tim Krumrie, Cris Collinsworth, and Ickey Woods. More information about the Cincinnati Browns organization can be found by clicking here.
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