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Cincinnati Bengals Ticket preview

Cincinnati Bengals tickets are going fast as this consistent winner seeks to take the next step and win a Super Bowl. The Bengals, led by quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green, reached the playoffs in each of the past two seasons, only to lose to the Houston Texans each time. Buy Bengals tickets online now and see this team reach the postseason for the fourth time in five years. The Bengals have twoAFCchampionships and seven division titles while making 11 playoff appearances in their storied history.

Paul Brown Stadium is an imposing place for opponents to visit. The Cincinnati Bengals schedule features attractive games againstAFCNorth rivalsPittsburgh,BaltimoreandCleveland, as well as must-see matchups against the Packers, Patriots, Jets, Colts and Vikings. Watch the Bengals defense slow down quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Andrew Luck, as defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer continues to get the best out of his talented unit.

With feared outside linebacker James Harrison joining a defense that already includes defensive linemen Michael Johnson and Geno Atkins and cornerback Leon Hall, the Bengals will be one of the stingiest teams in the NFL. Buy Bengals tickets online and see the offense flourish underDalton, a third-year pro who’s thrown 47 touchdowns against 29 interceptions and is a proven leader and winner.

Buy Cincinnati Bengals tickets and see an improved offense that will showcase tight end Tyler Eifert, a Notre Dame product, and the running back tandem of BenJarvus Green-Ellis and rookie Giovani Bernard. Of course, Green returns as perhaps the NFL’s top receiver. He ranked seventh in receptions (97), tenth in yards (1,351) and fourth in receiving touchdowns (11) last season but struggled with drops. Green has made that a priority in the offseason, so expect big things. Especially becauseDaltonplans to target him more.

The only way you can see this Super Bowl contender is to buy Cincinnati Bengals tickets. The Bengals have won nine or 10 games in three of the past four seasons, and should easily crack double digits in 2013. Buy Bengals tickets online now!


NFL AFC North - Cincinnati Bengals - sometimes mis-spelled Bengles, or bangals

Okay, so things haven't exactly been coming up roses for Cincinnati Bengals ticket holders. Last year was a struggle, with quarterback Carson Palmer fighting nagging injuries all season and an offense that just couldn't get anything going. But things are looking up! The Cincinnati Bengals ticket to success this year will be a renewed focus on the things that got them success in the past: a high-flying offense and a turnover-causing defense. Get your Paul Brown Stadium tickets now and get in on the ground floor as the Cincinnati Bengals are poised to shock one of the toughest divisions in the National Football League: the AFC North.

Cincinnati Bengals ticket holders had better hold on to their hats when the offense takes the field. The connection between QB Carson Palmer and flamboyant wide receiver Chad Ochocinco has always been key to the Bengals success, but last year the wheels seemed to come off as Palmer's injuries dragged on. Now, with Palmer healthy, and Ochocinco re-dedicated to the game of football as the team's #1 wide-out, Cincinnati Bengals ticket holders have something to cheer about again. With WR Laveranues Coles in the lineup, expect Palmer's quarterback rating to go through the roof! Add in the redemption of WR Chris Henry and running back Cedric Benson, and you have got a totally re-tooled offense ready to wow Cincinnati Bengals ticket holders and keep opposing defense on their heels.

This is the year that Marvin Lewis redeems himself in the eyes of Cincinnati Bengals ticket holders. After a great 2005 season when he took the Bengals to the playoffs, he has struggled as a head coach to get things back on track. It used to be injuries and arrests were all you heard about the Bengals, but now, all you hear about is a team focused on winning football games and winning back the hearts of Cincinnati Bengals ticket holders. There will be reason to cheer this year as the Bengals are prepared to shock the NFL with a return to the playoffs. Get in on the ground floor with Cincinnati Bengals tickets to Paul Brown Stadium!

2008 Cincinnati Bengals tickets: Come along for the ride! Bengals sometimes mis-spelled Bengles or Bengels.

Last year, Cincinnati Bengals tickets took football fans on an up-and-down roller coaster ride that ended in disappointment. Where will Cincinnati Bengals tickets take us this year? A deep playoff run? It’s a possibility for the boys at Paul Brown Stadium.
But it certainly won’t be easy.
The Bengals face a rugged schedule, including showdowns with the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants and the mighty Dallas Cowboys. A December visit to see Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts also stands out on the 2008 Cincinnati Bengals schedule.
While the path to returning to the playoffs is a difficult one, the Bengals definitely have the talent to make it happen. But they’ll need to avoid some of the off-the-field distractions that have disrupted this franchise over the past couple of seasons. Will Marvin Lewis be able to right the ship and get the Bengals headed back in the right direction? Find out with 2008 Cincinnati Bengals tickets from ABCTickets.com.

2008 Cincinnati Bengals Tickets: Offensive Preview

The Bengals’ offense starts and stops with quarterback Carson Palmer. When Palmer’s on, the Bengals generally roll up points in bunches. Even when Palmer struggles, the Bengals can usually find ways to score.
Now in his sixth NFL season, Palmer has positioned himself among top starters in the league. But he desperately needs to lead the Bengals back to the playoffs, something he hasn’t been able to accomplish the past two seasons.
He is coming off of his best year as a pro. The former Heisman trophy winner threw for a career-high 4,131 yards with 26 touchdowns.
Wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh has stepped out of the shadow of disgruntled teammate Chad Johnson and emerged as one of the leaders of the Bengals. Like Palmer, Houshmandzadeh also is coming off a career season. He set career bests in receptions with 112, yards with 1,143 and touchdowns with 12.

2008 Cincinnati Bengals Tickets: Defensive Preview
As longtime Bengals ticket holders are plenty aware of, the defense has not kept up its part of the deal in recent seasons. The defense’s inability to slow down opposing offenses put a lot of pressure on Palmer and company.
The Bengals addressed this issue in the first round of the NFL Draft by selecting linebacker Keith Rivers out of USC. Rivers is a sideline-to-sideline force and should battle for playing time immediately upon arrival at Paul Brown Stadium.

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Top Ten Reasons to Buy Cincinnati Bengals Tickets

1. QB Carson Palmer - Quarterback Carson Palmer is hands down one of the best in the game. With a Bengals ticket, you are seeing a future Hall of Famer in the prime of his career.
2. Head Coach Marvin Lewis – Credit Head Coach Marvin Lewis with the turnaround of the Bengals in the past few years. It won't be long until he hoists a Lombardi Trophy.
3. WR Chad Johnson - Love him or hate him, wide receiver Chad Johnson just might be the best receiver in football. His celebratory antics may drive you up the wall, but they certainly pump up the fans in Paul Brown Stadium.
4. Cleaning Up their Act – You may have heard a little about the offseason troubles of some of the Bengals players, but rest assured that the team is dedicated to cleaning up its act and its image.
5. Turning it around in Cincinnati – The Bengals have turned their image around from perennial losers of the league, to one of the elite teams.
6. High Powered Offense – The Bengals' ticket to success is going to be their high-octane offense. With the dual receiving threat of Johnson and T. J. Houshmandzadeh, the Bengals are an offensive force.
7. Bitter AFC North Rivalries – A Cincinnati Bengals gets up in to see some of the best NFL rivalries around. The teams of the NFC North give all they have when the face a divisional opponent.
8. First Rounder CB Leon Hall – The Bengals' defense slowed down a bit last year, but now, with new corner Leon Hall, they are looking to get back a little of their previous defensive swagger.
9. RB Rudi Johnson – When running back Rudi Johnson blasts into the endzone, the crowds' cheers of Rooooooodi are deafening. Rudi may be getting older, but the fans love him, and he hits hard.
10. Paul Brown Stadium – Paul Brown Stadium, affectionately known to Bengals ticket holders as "The Jungle," is a beautiful modern stadium, and one of the best in the NFL. And Cincinnati Bengals tickets are the only way in the door!

It’s been many a year since Cincinnati Bengals tickets generated the kind of excitement that marked 2005. The Bengals rose from the ashes under the guidance of head coach Marvin Lewis, capturing the AFC North crown and advancing to the NFL playoffs. Unfortunately for the Bengals the dream ended on the first series when quarterback Carson Palmer suffered a knee injury, decimating the Bengals offensive scheme and laying waste their Super Bowl hopes. But take heart Bengals fans. The 2006 version of the Bengals that will hit the field at Paul Brown Stadium may be even better than the 2005 model.

The Bengals are expecting Palmer to be fully recovered. Palmer came into his own in 2005, throwing for 3,836 yards and 32 touchdowns while completing over 67% of his passes. Palmer’s favorite target was wide out Chad Johnson, who caught 97 passes, racked up over 1,400 yards and crossed the goal line 9 times. With T. J. Houshmandzadeh (78 catches, 7 TD’s) lining up across from Johnson, the Bengals have as productive a pair of receivers as there is in the NFL in 2005. They’ll only get better in 2006.

When it comes time to pound it out on the ground and keep defenses honest the Bengals (sometimes misspelled Bengles) turn to running back Rudy Johnson. Johnson rushed for over 1,400 yards, scored 12 touchdowns, and lost only one fumble all year.

Looking to hedge their bets against a potent Steelers offense that they’ll have to contend with twice in 2006 and maybe again in the NFL Playoffs, the Bengals strengthened a weak spot in their defense by drafting cornerback Johnathan Joseph in the first round. Joseph came by way of South Carolina. While not expected to start immediately, Joseph gives Cincinnati the quality depth they’ve been lacking and should make his mark in the nickel and dime packages and break into the starting lineup before the season is over.

With momentum on their side, and tasting success for the first time in years, the Bengals won’t be satisfied with just reaching the playoffs in 2006. This is a hungry team and a hungry city. The bitter taste of their playoff loss is still with them. But it’s that kind of loss that could motivate the Bengals to dominate the AFC North and make collectors items out of 2006 Cincinnati Bengals tickets.

 

 

THIS PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATI BENGALS (8-7) TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS (8-7) VS. PITTSBURGH STEELERS (7-8) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Paul Brown Stadium

The Cincinnati Bengals are a desperate team. Led by QB Carson Palmer, the Bengals offense is one of the best in the league, and they are poised to make a playoff run once again. First they have to get past the Pittsburgh Steelers, their hated rivals and the team that ended their Super Bowl hopes last season. Coming off a tough loss last week to Denver on a bungled extra point, they should be inspired and motivated enough to put the Steelers away at home.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 23, Pittsburgh Steelers 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: QB Carson Palmer will be out for revenge against the team that destroyed his knee and ended the Bengals’ playoff hopes.

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THIS PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATI BENGALS TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS (8-6) AT DENVER BRONCOS (8-6) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
INVESCO Field at Mile High

What happened to the mighty Bengals’ offense? Against Indianapolis on Monday night, quarterback Carson Palmer and the Bengals sputtered. They’ll be looking to rebound against the defensive-minded Denver Broncos on Sunday. Denver, led by rookie quarterback Jay Cutler, is trying to make one last playoff push. The Broncos and Culter looked like a playoff team in last weekend’s win over Arizona. But the Bengals are way better than the Cardinals. Take the Broncos at home.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver 27, Cincinnati 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Cincinnati quarterback Carson Palmer is due to bounce back..

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THIS PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATI BENGALS TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS (8-5) TICKETS AT INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (10-3)
8:00 pm, Monday
Hoosier Dome

The Bengals seem to have revived their season just in the nick of time. Carson Palmer is healthy and playing well. Chad Johnson is keeping his mouth shut and catching the ball. Rudi Johnson is running with the confidence and power he showed last season. Cincinnati has now won four in a row and appears to be peaking as the season gets down to the nitty gritty. They should be able to handle a Colts wagon that seems to have the wheels coming off due to bad defense and an offense that can’t crank out points automatically. Unless Indy can right their sinking ship by waving a magic wand we expect the Bengals to crank out an easy win.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 38, Indianapolis Colts 28
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: As always, the Bengals will try to keep Manning off the field. They’ll do it with Rudi Johnson against the sieve that’s called the Colts run defense.

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PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATI BENGALS (7-5) TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS (7-5) VS. OAKLAND RAIDERS (2-10) TICKETS
1:00 pm, Sunday
Paul Brown Stadium

After upsetting the Ravens last Thursday night, the Cincinnati Bengals are on the prowl for a playoff spot. QB Carson Palmer seems to have lost the hesitation he showed at the beginning of the season, and flamboyant WR Chad Johnson leads the NFL is receiving yards and keeps hauling in TD passes. This week they face the bumbling Oakland Raiders at home and look to add another win to their record. The AFC playoff race is tight, but this game should help out the Bengals' cause.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 38, Oakland Raiders 14
(Last Week: 11-5/Season 118-65)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: You might not be able to spell it, but everyone knows you pronounce WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh's name "championship." Give him the start, he's the best #2 WR in the league.

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PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATI BENGALS TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS TICKETS (5-5) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (3-5)
1 pm, Sunday
Cleveland Browns Stadium

Are the Bengals back on track? The offense looks healthy at least. And the defense certainly improved in New Orleans, forcing four turnovers in a 31-16 win. But the Bengals have a long way to go and this is a rivalry so throw out the past. Consider some facts: The Bengals have their backs to the wall and can't afford to lose anymore games. The Browns meanwhile, played well against the Super Bowl Champion Steelers in a 24-20 loss. It's the Battle of Ohio on Sunday. With Carson Palmer regaining form and the defense finally jelling this game is the Bengals to lose. But they won't.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 35, Cleveland Browns 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Cincinnati quarterback Carson Palmer (Last week: Palmer - 14 of 22, 275 yards, 3 TD's)

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PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATTI BENGALS TICKETS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (6-2) AT CINCINNATTI BENGALS (4-3) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Paul Brown Stadium

The Cincinnati Bengals have now lost four of their last five games. They now face the red hot San Diego Chargers in what may be their last chance to keep pace with Baltimore for the AFC North title. Carson Palmer has never gotten back to the form he showed in the first game of the season. The only Bengal earning his money is Chad Johnson. With their backs to the wall can the Bengals beat San Diego? Sorry guys, you have to show us something to believe in. San Diego continues to roll.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 23, Cincinnati Bengals 14
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer (Last week: Carson Palmer 12 of 26, 195 yards, 1 TD's, 2 INT)
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PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATTI BENGALS TICKETS
CINCINNATTI BENGALS (4-3) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (5-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
M&T Bank Stadium

The Bengals need to get it right in this one. They can’t afford to fall 2 games behind Baltimore in the division. But the way they’ve been playing the look more like the Bungles of old than the dominant team of last season. Not that they played badly in losing to Atlanta, but last year this was a team that could depend on it’s defense to stop opposing offenses. Cincinnati hasn’t stopped anyone this year and the offense is still struggling. It’s our humble opinion that their woes will continue in Baltimore.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 21, Cincinnati Bengals 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer (Last week: Carson Palmer 24 of 36, 266 yards, 2 TD's)
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PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATTI BENGALS TICKETS
ATLANTA FALCONS (4-2) AT CINCINNATTI BENGALS (4-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Paul Brown Stadium

This should be a great game. The Falcons came out throwing the ball last week and whipped Pittsburgh in a barnburner. The Bengals meanwhile, used some late game heroics from Carson Palmer and Chad Johnson to slip past the Carolina Panthers. With both teams showing signs of life and chasing division rivals you can expect a lot of fireworks. Carson Palmer and Michael Vick are both getting hotter every week so the quarterback play figures heavily here. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Atlanta Falcons 28, Cincinnati Bengals 24
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer (Last week: Carson Palmer 23 of 39, 240 yards, 2 TD's)
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PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATTI BENGALS TICKETS
CAROLINA PANTHERS (4-2) AT CINCINNATTI BENGALS (3-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Paul Brown Stadium

What's happened to the Bengals? Cincinnati came into the season as a big favorite to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. Now they've been stomped by Chicago and suffered a loss to the previously winless Buccaneers. To make matters worse, the Bengals now must play host to the streaking Panthers, a team that hasn't lost since Week 2 and is enjoying the services of a red-hot Steve Smith. Carson Palmer will have to have a career game to get the Bengals back on track. We expect he will. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 24, Carolina Panthers 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer (Last week: Carson Palmer 24 of 37, 260 yards, 1 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S CINCINNATI BENGALS TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS (3-1) AT TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (0-4) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Raymond James Stadium

Even at week 6, everyone can see that Cincinnati is a playoff-caliber team. Quarterback Carson Palmer is showing no adverse effects from his knee surgery, and he is having no trouble getting the ball to one of the best wide receiver combinations in football, Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh. The memory of their loss to the Patriots will be fresh in the Bengals’ mind, and they’ll be coming into Raymond James fresh off their bye week. The struggling Bucs should be easy pickings for Cincinnati, despite rookie QB Bruce Gradkowski’s surprising performance last week against New Orleans. The high-powered Bengals offense should dominate the struggling Buccaneers, who can’t seem to stop much of anybody.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 28, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13
(Last Week: 12-2/Season 52-26)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Rudi Johnson (Last Week: Cincinnati bye)

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THIS PAST WEEK’S CINCINNATI BENGALS TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS
1 p.m., Sunday
Heinz Field

Cincinnati Bengals tickets are on course for a playoff bonus in 2006. But the Bengals may run into a buzzsaw in Pittsburgh. Then again, these Bengals have revenge on their minds. Revenge for Carson Palmers injury and revenge for the playoff loss in Cincinnati last year. Meanwhile the Steelers have picked up where they left off in 2005. Big Ben will be back. So will Carson Palmer. Who’ll be left standing is the big question.

ABCTickets.com NFL football prediction: The Bengals get their revenge. Cincinnati 24, Pittsburgh 20 (Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)
Fantasy football ticket to victory: Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer shines in this one.(Last Week: Chad Johnson – 6 receptions, 78 yards, 1 TD)

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