Cincinnati Bengals Tickets
Andy Dalton and the Bengals are ready to pounce on AFC North opponents this season. In addition to star receiver AJ Green, Dalton has weapons in Brandon LaFell, Tyler Eifert and rookie Tyler Boyd to move the ball down the field and into the end zone. Running backs Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard will support the aerial attack on the ground, and they're sure to produce their share of SportsCenter Top 10 plays. Get your seats at Paul Brown Stadium today to see your Bengals take on the best in the NFL—score your Cincinnati Bengals tickets today!
Cincinnati Bengals Ticket Information
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It’s been a while since the Cincinnati Bengals started a season at 2-4, and it looks as if the slump could mean their six-year postseason appearance streak is over. Taking a hit from the Patriots this week revealed some of Cincy’s weak spots, including getting unnecessary penalties and unraveling mentally when things started to go south. The Bengals are even getting taunted by their own fans—quarterback Adam Jones was hit with screams of “no discipline” as he walked to the locker room. The next three weeks should offer Cincinnati a bit of a reprieve. They’ll face the Browns Oct. 23 and the Redskins Oct. 30, then will head into a bye week.
Simply put, the Cincinnati Bengals got shoved around by the Dallas Cowboys in Sunday night’s game. The 28-14 loss put the Bengals at 2-3 on the season and pushed them down five spots to No. 14 in the NFL rankings. Despite the stumble, Cincy is working to stay in the correct mindset. Team captain Andrew Whitworth commented, “We’ve lost games before around here and we’ve come back. We’re not wavering.” The positive outlook will be needed in Week 6, as the Bengals are scheduled for a game in Patriots territory. That matchup will happen this Sunday, Oct. 16, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Maryland. Get tickets today for $270 and up!
Anyone who doubted A.J. Green’s longevity at the beginning of the year should feel majorly reassured after last Thursday’s performance. Green played a huge, and we mean huge, part in helping the Cincinnati Bengals take home a 22 - 7 win over the Miami Dolphins. He caught a massive touchdown from quarterback Andy Dalton and raked in over 170 passing yards. After a shaky start, the Bengals are finally starting to look solid. They will certainly be put to the test in the coming weeks, hitting the road to face the Dallas Cowboys followed by the New England Patriots. The Bengals will be back on October 23 to host the Cleveland Browns. Tickets are $87.
The Cincinnati Bengals just haven’t looked like themselves in their two most recent games. They lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers 16 - 24 while on the road on September 18. Then, the Bengals came home last weekend to take on the Denver Broncos. Even without quarterback Peyton Manning, the Broncos managed to crush the Bengals 29 - 17. This week, Cincinnati will test their luck against Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins. They will need all the support they get, so come cheer on Andy Dalton, A.J. Green, and the rest of the Bengals tonight at Paul Brown Stadium. Tickets are still available for purchase starting at $63 and up.
The Cincinnati Bengals lost to the Steelers on September 18. The Bengals struggled to get a touchdown until the final quarter. Andy Dalton struggled to find people to pass to, with the Steelers defense stopping A.J. Green, who ended the game with just two receptions and a total of 38 yards. Dalton completed 31 of 54 passes for a total of 366 yards and just one touchdown. With just a few minutes left to play, the Bengals scored their only touchdown, but were unable to make anything of their last two drives to draw ahead. The Bengals head home for their home opener against the Broncos on September 25. You can still get your tickets to catch all the action in person. Prices start at $24.
Is it too soon to make Superbowl predictions? Probably, but that hasn’t stopped the Cincinnati Bengals from working toward that goal. After Week 1, they’re ranked No. 2 in the AFC North, just behind the Baltimore Ravens. They have a 23-22 victory over the New York Jets under their belts and are looking to make it a winning streak by beating the Steelers this Sunday. The last time the two teams met, the Bengals crumbled in the fourth quarter, losing their chance at a postseason appearance. The rematch is set to happen this Sunday, Sept. 18, in Pittsburgh. This is a game you don’t want to miss. Tickets are available now for $114.
The Cincinnati Bengals face the Jets for their first regular season game of the 2016 NFL season. With the game in New York on September 11, it is sure to be emotional. It will start with honoring the victims and heroes of 9/11 on the 15th anniversary of the event. The Bengals are coming off of a 1-3 preseason, but several of their losses were very close. The team is feeling confident for the start of the season as they make last minute preparations before heading to New York. You can still get ticket for the season opener in New York on September 11, as well as the rest of the games this season. Prices start at just $34.
As the NFL preseason winds down, the Cincinnati Bengals are following the old adage “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” After successfully qualifying for the playoffs five years in a row, their tactics are working. A killer defensive display last week forced one turnover and two three-and-outs in a row against an up-and-coming Jacksonville. The connection between A.J. Green and Andy Dalton was also as strong as ever for the Bengals offense, helping the team to a 14-3 lead in the first half. Cincinnati will officially begin their season Sunday, Sept. 11, at the New York Jets. Want to be a part of the crowd at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford? Purchase your tickets from us for only $59 and up.
The Cincinnati Bengals stormed the field for their second preseason game against the Detroit Lions on August 18. The Bengals started the game off with a bang when Jeremy Hill scored a touchdown off the Bengals first possession. However, that seemed to be the only huge play and points that were added to the scoreboard by their bigger players. Even though their top guys didn’t score a lot of points, the Bengals went away with the 30-14 win over the Lions. See if they are able to produce more offense when they take on the Indianapolis Colts on September 1 for their very first home game of the season. Tickets start at $8.
The Cincinnati Bengals are doing their best to stay positive after barely losing their first preliminary game of the season. Unfortunately, however, the hits just keep coming. Cincinnati is already plagued with injuries, the most devastating of which may be to top draft pick William Jackson III. The rookie cornerback is out indefinitely with a torn pectoral muscle sustained early in training camp. They are also missing defensive tackle Andrew Billings as well as receiver Brandon LaFell. Cincinnati will need all the support they can get on Thursday, September 1, when the Indianapolis Colts come to visit. Tickets to that game are available starting at prices as low as $10.
The Cincinnati Bengals are off to a frustrating start to their 2016 - 2017 NFL preseason. They took on the Minnesota Vikings last week, ultimately blowing the preliminary content 16 - 17 in heartbreaking fashion. There was at least one takeaway from the game, however. Rookie receiver Tyler Boyd looked fantastic as he pulled in tough catch after touch catch. Quarterback Andy Dalton will have another chance to improve that connection on Thursday, September 1 against the Indianapolis Colts. Tickets to the matchup at Paul Brown Stadium are already available for purchase and currently start at prices as low as $10. Buy yours now and be there to support the Bengals!
The Cincinnati Bengals have been competitive the last few seasons, and the young squad is poised to remain atop their division in 2016. Andy Dalton gains consistency with each passing year, and the Bengals have a talented offensive line that could lead Dalton to his best season yet. Cincinnati’s first home preseason game will be against a Viking squad that surprised everyone with their playoff run last year, and the Bengals’ defense will have their hands full with Teddy Bridgewater. That game is on August 12 and tickets start at $12. After that, the Colts come to Cincinnati on September 1, and fans can see Dalton face off against Andrew Luck for as little as $9.
The Cincinnati Bengals have been around for a long time. They have had 48 seasons in the NFL and are under the direction of a veteran head coach, Marvin Lewis. Last year started out the best it possibly could when the Bengals won their first seven games. Even though the Bengals ended up having a pretty average season, they were beat out in the Wild Card by the Pittsburgh Steelers. This year they are coming back with quarterback, Andy Dalton, who has been improving slowly each season. See what the quarterback has to offer this season when he hits the green field with the rest of his team in August. Tickets are still up for grabs so get them now.
Cincinnati Bengals Matchups
Bengals vs Steelers Tickets
Bengals vs Steelers represents a rivalry born out of the Rust Belt. Having played each other at least once since 1970 these two teams have developed a sincere dislike of each other. The rivalry really took a turn in the 2005 wild card game when then-QB Carson Palmer was severely injured by Steeler Kimo von Oelhoffen. Since then the Bengals have won the division four times and are looking for more. If the Bengals are to take the division again this year they’ll need to be ready as they play host to the Steelers and Steeler nation December 18th at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
Bengals vs Browns Tickets
The “Battle of Ohio” as this series has become known by its fans, first started in October of 1970 when the Browns defeated their cross-state rivals by a score of 30 to 7. Separated by a mere 250 miles these two rivals have split Ohio in terms of allegiance. The Bengals have the edge in 85 meetings with an overall record of 46 wins and 39 losses. If the Bengals are going to repeat as division champions they’ll need to be ready as they play host to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday October 23rd at Paul Brown Stadium.
Bengals vs Ravens Tickets
Bengals vs Ravens is a newer rivalry with the Ravens not having joined the NFL until the 1996 season. Since that time the two teams have been evenly matched with an overall win loss record of 20-20 between the two clubs. While the Ravens may have two Super Bowl championships it is the Cincinnati Bengals that have captured two division titles in the last three years. If the Bengals are to repeat as AFC North champions they’ll need to be ready when the Ravens come to Paul Brown Stadium on New Year’s Day.
Cincinnati Bengals Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the Cincinnati Bengals are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Cincinnati Bengals schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|1||Sun, Sep 11||@ New York||1:00 PM CBS|
|2||Sun, Sep 18||@ Pittsburgh||1:00 PM CBS|
|3||Sun, Sep 25||vs Denver||1:00 PM CBS|
|4||Thu, Sep 29||vs Miami||8:25 PM NFL|
|5||Sun, Oct 9||@ Dallas||4:25 PM CBS|
|6||Sun, Oct 16||@ New England||1:00 PM CBS|
|7||Sun, Oct 23||vs Cleveland||1:00 PM CBS|
|8||Sun, Oct 30||vs Washington||9:30 AM FOX|
|9||BYE WEEK|| || |
|10||Mon, Nov 14||@ New York||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|11||Sun, Nov 20||vs Buffalo||1:00 PM FOX|
|12||Sun, Nov 27||@ Baltimore||1:00 PM CBS|
|13||Sun, Dec 4||vs Philadelphia||1:00 PM FOX|
|14||Sun, Dec 11||@ Cleveland||1:00 PM CBS|
|15||Sun, Dec 18||vs Pittsburgh||8:30 PM NBC|
|16||Sat, Dec 24||@ Houston||8:25 PM NFL|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||vs Baltimore||1:00 PM CBS|