On the strength of an improved running game and a solid defense, Cincinnati unexpectedly won the AFC North last year. The Bengals started 9-3, but lost three of their last four games. Then they ran into a hot Jets team in the playoffs and their season was over. Cincy only ranked 24th in total offense last year, but ninth in rushing at 129 YPG; the defense ranked fourth overall and seventh vs. the run. On the whole, Cincinnati only ranked 16th in the league in total yardage at +8 YPG. The Bengals went 7-9 on the totals, averaging 37 points-fourth-fewest in the league. This year, Cincinnati will try to do more of the same: run the ball on offense and stuff it on defense. RB Cedric Benson is coming off his best year as a pro and the entire defense is back. If opponents stack up against the run, QB Carson Palmer will have a new outlet, as Cincy signed Terrell Owens to a one-year contract. This is a better team than the one that won the North five years ago, and the Bengals should contend for a playoff berth again this year. Tickets are available for all Bengals home and away games so you can support your team and get tickets at the lowest possible prices.
|Cincinnati Bengals Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)||Sep 6, 2017
|Paul Brown Stadium
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