Who Dey! It's time to get Cincinnati Bengals tickets for the 2014 NFL season and plan tailgates at Paul Brown Stadium! Quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green have lead a young Bengals team to the top of the AFC North, and the improved Bengals look to take the next step. With your Bengals tickets, you will be front and center with a great view of the AFC North division race and playoffs. Whether its end zone or 50-yard line seats you’re looking for, whether it’s the front row or the upper deck, Razorgator has the best selection of Bengals tickets at the best prices.
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Cincinnati Bengals 2014 News and Updates
4/17/14 - The Cincinnati Bengals' four exhibition matches are set, with their preseason opener to be on the road against the Chiefs in Kansas City. They'll be back in Paul Brown Stadium to take on the New York Jets in Week 2, followed by their only televised game of preseason: a Sunday night showdown against (former Bengal) Carson Palmer and the Arizona Cardinals in Week 3 (Aug 24). The Bengals will conclude their preseason at home against Indianapolis for the 11th consecutive regional-rivalry finale; Cincinnati Bengals tickets are available for the Week 4 game, at $21 to start in the Lower Level.
2/12/14 – Phillip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers outscored Andy Dalton and the Bengals 27-10 in the Wild Card round of the NFL Playoffs. The AFC North Champions were unbeaten at home during the regular season but could not score in the second half which kept them from advancing further. Since, Cincinnati promoted linebackers coach Paul Guenther to defensive coordinator, hired Matt Burke as linebackers coach, and named Hue Jackson the new offensive coordinator. Can the Bengals go undefeated at home again this season and earn a franchise-record fourth consecutive playoff berth? Cincinnati has one of the easiest schedules in 2014 and in addition to divisional matchups, will host the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans from the AFC South, and the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers from the NFC South. Plus, a home game against AFC Champions Denver Broncos.
12/30/13 - If we learned anything on Sunday, it’s that the Cincinnati Bengals are unstoppable at home. They dominated the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, 34-17, taking down the Super Bowl defenders once and for all and solidifying Cincy's AFC North division title. In the last two years, Cincinnati has lost in the Wild Card Round (both at Houston), but this time things are different: Cincy has the upper hand with home field advantage, and at this point, everyone knows they may be the fiercest home competitors in the league, with a perfect 8-0 at-home record. The Bengals will take on the San Diego Chargers this Wild Card weekend, Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium, for Cincinnati's chance to win their first playoff game since 1990. Cincinnati Bengals tickets are cheap! Starting at $62 and averaging at a mere $180, Bengals playoff tickets are considerably less than regular season prices we’ve seen this year.
12/23/13 - The Cincinnati Bengals clinched their third consecutive playoff appearance after routing the Minnesota Vikings 42-14, on Sunday at home. Andy Dalton had a banner day and threw for over 300 yards, thanks to his unstoppable counterpart AJ Green, who made 7 catches for 2 TDs. The Bengals are unyielding on both sides of the ball when playing at home, and can eliminate playoff hopefuls, the Baltimore Ravens, when they visit Ohio this Sunday. Cincinnati Bengals tickets offer the best deal of the week, at just $86 on average to catch one of the most dangerous teams in the league take on the defending Super Bowl champions in their last-ditch effort for a postseason run.
12/16/13 - The Cincinnati Bengals missed the opportunity to take the No.2 AFC seed and a first round bye, after losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-30. Two early blunders by special teams, one that left punter Kevin Huber with a broken jaw, got the Bengals off to a bad start and forced them to play catch-up on the road. The Baltimore Ravens (who the Bengals play in 2 weeks) now have a chance to steal the AFC North if they win their last three games—a slim chance, as Cincinnati is set to play their final two games at home where they typically thrash opponents. Cincinnati Bengals tickets are just $68 on average to see them bounce back and take on the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday.
12/9/13 - The Cincinnati Bengals crushed the Indianapolis Colts yesterday, 42-28, to take a convincing lead in the AFC North. Though the weather was miserable, Andy Dalton had a banner day, throwing three TDs and running for another to keep Cincy undefeated at home. The Bengals are on a roll: heading into Week 15, they are still two games ahead of the Ravens, and if they play anything like yesterday when they meet the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday, they can clinch the division title then and there! Cincinnati Bengals tickets only $18 to get in, be there when the boys try to breach the Steel Curtain at Heinz Field.
12/3/13- The Cincinnati Bengals bested the San Diego Chargers on Sunday, arising 17-10 on the road. Overcoming a less-than-stellar Andy Dalton performance, the Bengals’ defense stymied Philip Rivers and the Chargers, holding them to their lowest scoring game of the season. The Bengals have successfully maintained their two game lead in the AFC North, but will now turn their focus to the Indianapolis Colts who are also gunning for a postseason run with a powerful QB at the helm. Cincinnati Bengals tickets for next Sunday's game against the AFC South leaders start at $43 and average at $116.
11/26/13 - Even on their bye, the Cincinnati Bengals have remained on top of the AFC North. Coming into their break, the Bengals halted a two game skid, coming up victorious against division foes, the Cleveland Browns, despite a number of turnovers and roller coaster performance by their leader Andy Dalton. The Bengals are heading into a critical December stretch, beginning with a match against the San Diego Chargers (who just toppled the Kansas City Chiefs) with hopes of extending their division lead. Cincinnati Bengals tickets are moderately priced, at $28 minimum and $96 on average in Southern California.
11/19/13- The Cincinnati Bengals have extended their lead in the AFC North, with their rout of the Cleveland Browns on Sunday (41-20). Andy Dalton had a rough start, throwing two picks to give their in-state rivals an early 13-0 lead, but that changed quickly. Though there were lots of turnovers from both sides on the rainy day, the Bengals made up for their deficit with some huge plays—Cincinnati put up 31 points in the second quarter, marking the highest scoring quarter in franchise history. The Bengals now head into their bye week with a solid hold over the division and a record-breaking game, they will return in Week 13 to play the Chargers in San Diego.
11/12/13 - The Cincinnati Bengals lost their first back-to-back games this season, after falling to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday in overtime (17-20). Despite a poor offensive showing by Joe Flacco and company, Andy Dalton struggled even more, racking up 6 picks in the last two games, and going 24 of 51, 3 interceptions, 2 TDs on the day. Where Dalton goes, so do the Bengals: the quarterback’s inconsistency reflected in the team' loss, something Cincinnati will try and remedy before meeting the Cleveland Browns—an important game, if they want to maintain a big lead in the AFC North. Cincinnati Bengals tickets for Week 11 are a moderate $23 to get in and $148 on average.
11/5/13 - For just the third time in NFL history, a game was determined by a safety in overtime, and the Cincinnati Bengals lost to the Miami Dolphins 22-20. Despite a dazzling 35-yard touchdown rush by Giovani Bernard, Miami’s Cameron Wake made the game-winning play when he sacked Andy Dalton behind the goal line for the final two points, ending the Bengals four game winning streak. Not only did Cincinnati lose the hard-fought Thursday match, but they also lost their star tackle Geno Atkins for the season from a torn ACL. Still resting on a two game lead in their division, The Bengals will travel to Baltimore to face the Ravens in hopes of shrugging off the crushing loss and getting the defense rolling without Atkins. Cincinnati Bengals tickets are $200 on average.
10/28/13 - The Bengals have solidified their midseason hold over the AFC North, with their latest victory Sunday afternoon, thrashing the New York Jets 49-9 for their fourth straight win. Andy Dalton had a phenomenal game; completing a career high 5 TD passes for 325 yards, finding Marvin Jones in the end zone for four of them, likewise, receiver AJ Green finished with over 100 receiving yards. The blowout would not have been possible without the relentless Bengals defense, who effectively shut down Geno Smith’s options and picked him off twice. The Bengals will fight for another statement victory when they face the Miami Dolphins on a short week at Sun Life Stadium. Cincinnati Bengals tickets are one of the more affordable of the week, at $24 to get in and $103 on average.
10/22/13 - Hot off the heels of their Week 7 overtime victory, the Cincinnati Bengals have scored another quality win, this time, over the Detroit Lions. Again, kicker Mike Nugent booted a game-winning 54-yard field goal in the fourth with four seconds left, but the combination of Andy Dalton (135.9 QB rating) and AJ Green (155 receiving yards) has been extraordinary for the last couple weeks, and the two showed their strength over the powerhouse duo of Matt Stafford and Calvin Johnson on Sunday. As seems to be the trend in Week 7, yet another injury sidelined a key player: cornerback Leon Hall tore his Achilles heel (placed on IR), leaving a possible gap in Cincinnati’s strong defense. Now the kings of the AFC North, Cincinnati will look for their fourth consecutive win to further prove their Super Bowl candidacy to hesitant critics. After all, there is still untapped explosive potential in their running game with Giovani Bernard and BenJarvus Green-Ellis, who racked up just 51 yards combined against the Lions. When they go head to head against the New York Jets at Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati Bengals tickets are a moderately priced $71 on average.
10/15/13 - The Cincinnati Bengals snatched victory from an exuberant Buffalo Bills squad on Sunday. With a final score of 27-24, it took Mike Nuget’s 43-yard field goal in overtime to edge out the opposition. Although the defense faltered, allowing a rallying 14 points in the second half from the Bills young QB Thaddeus Lewis, it was an offensive field day. Andy Dalton threw for 337 yards, three touchdowns and just one interception, and receivers A.J. Green and Marvin Jones were fruitful targets for the quarterback. The Bengals are riding high on top of the AFC North as both the Ravens and Browns faltered in Week 6, however they have been riddled with penalties throughout the season, racking up 8 flags on Sunday for a total of 78 yards lost. Cincy will continue on the road into Week 7 when they square off against worthy opponents, the Detroit Lions at Ford Field.
10/8/13 - The Bengals stunned the New England Patriots in Sunday’s statement 13-6 win at Paul Brown Stadium in Ohio. The Bengals defense, headed by coordinator Mike Zimmer, slayed Tom Brady, denying his team’s winning streak, and making him fall just two games short of Drew Brees’ 54-games-with-a-TD all time record, at 52. In epic fashion, with torrential rain pouring into the stadium at the close of the fourth quarter, Brady could not grip the ball on his last attempted drive and failed to make a single touchdown against the blistering Bengals defense who limited the Patriots to putting up just two field goals on the scoreboard. Next up for the Cinncinati Bengals are the Buffalo Bills who they will play next Sunday at Orchard Park in New York. Cincinnati Bengals tickets on the road are $43 to get in and $115 on average.
10/1/13 - The Cincinnati Bengals are the most recent victims of the Cleveland Brown’s surge of empowerment, losing 6-17 in Week 4. The Bengals let show their inconsistency, as Andy Dalton did not make use of the Bengals’ deep set offensive weaponry, throwing 23-42 for 206 yards, with no touchdowns and a fumble. Also showing inconsistency in their unbalanced running game, BenJarvus Green-Ellis is averaging just 2.7 yards per carry (52 carries for 142 yards) while rookie Giovanni Bernard, on the other hand, is averaging 4.6 yards per carry with 32 carries for 147 yards. For Week 5, Cincinnati is hoping to bounce back and put up a virtuous fight at home against the flaming 4-0 New England Patriots. Although the Bengals have dropped from No.6 to No.11 in ESPN Power Rankings, Cincinnati Bengals tickets are more expensive at home this week, averaging $115 a seat and $52 to get in, than they were last week on the road.
9/24/13 - It was a messy game of turnovers in Cincinnati on Sunday against Green Bay, but the Bengals came out on top in a roller coaster close featuring cornerback Terence Newman returning a fumble 58 yards for the 34-30 win. The game was one of mishap as each team gave the ball away four times, including one returned fumble for a touchdown apiece. But one thing is certain, with four sacks and two interceptions on the Packers’ Aaron Rodgers, the Bengals’ defense is a force to be reckoned with. They are set to play the Browns at Cleveland, who are also coming off of a noteworthy victory against the Minnesota Vikings. Get into this game for a low $36.
Cincinnati Bengals 2014 Season
Although the Cincinnati Bengals in-state rival, Cleveland Browns
, haven't made it to the NFL playoffs
in 9 seasons, it's the Bengals who've gone the longest without a playoff win — 22 years. According to USA Today
, NFL teams that didn't even exist in 1991 — when Boomer Esiason led Cincinnati to its last postseason win — have 25 playoff victories. The Bengals have made it back to the playoffs, however, each of the last two seasons, losing in the Wild Card game to the Houston Texans
Led by one of the top quarterback-wide receiver combinations in the NFL, QB Andy Dalton and WR A.J. Green, the Bengals offense averaged 24.4 points per game last year — 12th in the League and only a half-point below AFC North rival and Super Bowl Champion, Baltimore Ravens. In addition to Green, Jermaine Gresham, Andrew Hawkins, Brandon Tate, Armon Binns, Marvin Jones, Mohamed Sanu and Orson Charles all helped Dalton spread the field and move the ball through the air against bruising AFC North defenses. Cincinnati hasn't run the ball well, but BenJarvus Green-Ellis — not known to be a speedy, breakaway back — rushed for more than 100 yards in four out of five games between Weeks 11-15. Giovani Bernard, the Bengals second-round draft pick in April will support The Law Firm in the backfield. Gio piled up more than 2,500 yards on the ground in two years at North Carolina and earned ACC Offensive Player of the Year. Second-year offensive coordinator Jay Gruden adds Tyler Eifert at tight end, the 21st pick in this year's NFL draft. Gruden could use two tight ends much like Bill Belichick has done successfully with the New England Patriots.
While the Cincinnati Bengals offense continues to improve, its defense punishes opponents. Cincinnati's D finished 8th in points per game and 6th in yards. Defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer believes he'll stop any player on any NFL team with a defense led by Geno Atkins, Carlos Dunlap and Michael Johnson up front; Rey Maualuga and Vontaze Burfict in the middle; and Leon Hall deep. James Harrision, an Ohio native and new Bengals addition who played nine seasons in Pittsburgh, adds even more toughness at linebacker. Harrison won two Super Bowls with the Steelers, made 5 Pro Bowls and was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
Although the Bengals need to find a way to win a playoff game in 2013, Cincinnati fans will fill Paul Brown Stadium with Who Dey chants from the September home opener versus the Pittsburgh Steelers to the last home game in December against the Baltimore Ravens. Steelers vs. Bengals tickets on September 16th start at $64, with lower level 50-yard line seats on the Bengals sideline reaching $300-$600. Bengals fans waiting to see the Bengals vs. Ravens on December 29th will save 39% per ticket in the upper level compared to the Pittsburgh game. Of the eight home games, the 2013 Bengals schedule features five teams that made the playoffs last season: Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots. Cheap Bengals tickets can be found under $70 for each of the five games.