The Cincinnati Bengals team is from Cincinnati, Ohio, and was founded in 1966. The Bengals were on of the teams that played in American Football League, and now belong to the AFC north division in the NFL.
The Bengals played two Super Bowls in the 80’s, but the team didn’t get the title since in both occasions they lost against the San Francisco 49ers.
Cincinnati Bengals 2014/15 season performance
During the 2011 until 2013 seasons, the Bengals advanced to the playoffs, something that they had not gotten for a long. But in these three years they did it, unfortunately losing in the Wild Card for those three seasons.
The Bengals 2014 NFL season Trailer
Bengals players 2014/15 season
Coach: Marvin Lewis
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Paul Brown Stadium
The Bengals’ stadium is the Paul Brown Stadium. This is located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The surface of the stadium is artificial grass. It has the capacity of 65.535 viewers, and is owned by the county of Hamilton, Ohio. The $455.000.000 structure was inaugurated in 2000.
Bengals uniform and logo
As the Cleveland Browns, the Bengals wear white, black and orange uniform. These colors have been kept since the creation of the team. One of the most outstanding details in the Bengals uniform are the black stripes of the orange helmet worn since 1981 and represent the Bengal tiger’s skin.
The team’s current logo is a huge orange “B” with black stripes, which was established in 2004.
But before this logo, there had been many others. In 1968, year of the first Bengals logo, it was a Bengal tiger holding an ovoid as a football player. Since 1970 until 1996 the logo´s shapes were orange helmets, and from 1997 to 2003 the Bengals adopted again the Bengal tiger in their logo, but in this occasion, only its head. The stripes on the helmet make the players look like tigers themselfs.
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