The Cincinnati Bengals' first season as a member of the American Football League was 1968. Their record was 3-11 that year.
In 1988, the Cincinnati Bengals had a 12-4 record.
as of the end of the 2008 season, the Browns are 35 - 36 vs. the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Bengals posted a 10-and-6 regular season record, but were eliminated from the playoffs by the New York Jets in the wild-card round.
According to Pro Football Reference, as of the start of the 2007 season the Bengals all time record against the Patriots is 8-12.
As of 12/7/06 the Bengals have won 260 regular season games and 5 postseason games. As of the start of the 2007 season the Bengals regular season record is 261-334-1 and their postseason record is 5-8.
The Bengals record in the 2006 regular season was 8-8.
Through the 2012 season, the Pittsburgh Steelers are 52-33 versus the Cincinnati Bengals all time during the regular season. The Steelers also lead 1-0 in the postseason.
Forrest Gregg, who was head coach of the Bengals between 1980-1983. His four season record with the team was 32-25.
Purchasing Cincinnati Bengals season tickets for 2013 begins with deciding where you want to sit, will you be in a group or do you want a package deal. Depending on your preferred selection, ticket prices start at $650 per adult.