Associated, in name only, with a team that played in the American Football League II from 1937 to 1941, punters began wagering on Cincinnati Bengals betting lines in 1968. Founded by a group that included NFL coaching legend Paul Brown, the Bengals were the last of the ten squads to join the American Football League. When the AFL and NFL merged in 1970, the Bengals became charter members of the NFL American Football Conference that exists today.
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Cincinnati Bengals Schedule And Games Result
Honoring their founder, the Bengals home schedule plays out at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Up to date Bengals game information is always available with our NFL results widget.
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AFC North Division NFL Wagering History: Cincinnati Bengals
Charter members of the AFC, Cincinnati’s greatest moments came during their years in AFC Central Division from 1970 to 2001. During that period the Bengals earned a playoff berth seven times and made their only two NFL title game appearances during the first half decade of the Super Bowl era. The Bengals would come up short against the San Francisco 49ers in both of those contests.
Moving to the AFC North Division, for the 2002 NFL season, rivalries with Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Baltimore blossomed and Cincinnati made the playoffs seven times from 2005 to 2015. Bengals backers were not rewarded in any of those matches as the Cats lost seven straight AFC Wild Card games. Cincinnati Bengals betting lines and wagering information is available LIVE 24/7 here.