Originally founded as a part of the AFL in 1966, the Cincinnati Bengals are based in Cincinnati, Ohio and are members of the AFC North in the NFL. When the team was officially debuted, they took after the Cleveland Browns and their uniforms remained an influence on those that they wear today. Their team colors are orange and black and have been playing at Paul Brown Stadium ever since its opening in 2000. They were founded by former Browns coach Paul Brown when he showed interest in establishing an NFL franchise in Ohio. When the AFL and NFL merged in 1970, Brown agreed to join the AFL in its final franchise and the Bengals were assigned to be a part of the AFC. They have had a total of two Conference championships, eight Division championships, and 12 playoff appearances ever since their founding in 1966. They have yet to win a Super Bowl but have had multiple appearances, coming close but not quite to winning. With the death of Paul Brown in 1991, his son, Mike, inherited the team. Before his death, Paul had already given control to his son and he was a great influence on the team's operations. Within the past two decades, the Bengals haven't had a stable head coach which has lead them to be a disappointment to many of their fans. They weren't able to get their top draft picks and with the consistent switching of coaches, they weren't able to play their best.
By 2010, they ended their season with 4-12 record but improved in 2011 when they ended 9-7 and a trip to the playoffs where they lost to the Texans in the Wild Card Round. In 2012, the Bengals were able to make it to the playoffs once again, however, they lost to the Texans for the second year in a row. In those two years, the Bengals made it to the playoffs consecutively, making it their first time doing so since 1982. Of all the other teams in the NFL, the Bengals have played the Steelers the most amount of times. Since both teams have encountered each other so many times and are a part of the same division, their rivalry has intensified as they both compete to win the division title. Even bigger than the Bengals-Steelers rivalry is the competition that exists between the Bengals and the Browns. Their rivalry has produce two of the highest scoring games in franchise history. Coming from the same home state intensifies the rivalry as they both compete to be the dominant team of the state. With their last division championship in 2009, the Bengals hope to beat the Browns in getting the Division title.
In their 2013 season, the Bengals were able to win the AFC North Division title but lost to the Chargers in the playoffs, making it their third consecutive year doing so. Heading into the new season, they chose Darqueze Dennard as cornerback from Michigan Stage for their first round pick in the 2014 draft. Dennard won the 2013 Jim Thorpe Award as top cornerback in the country and was a finalist for defensive player of the year. In the second round, they chose running back Jeremy Hill from LSU. To finish up their draft picks, they added on defensive end Will Clarke from West Virginia, center Russell Bodine from North Carolina, quarterback AJ McCarron from Alabama, outside linebacker Marquis Flowers from Arizona, wide receiver James Wright from LSU, and cornerback Lavelle Westbrooks from Georgia Southern. With McCarron now on the team, the coaches plan to have him split time with Dalton and Jason Campbell, all competing for a chance. To continue their winning streak from the past season, the Bengals hope to make it the playoffs once again, starting their preseason off against the Kansas City Chiefs.
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