History

CINCINNATI BENGALS HISTORY: 1977
1977 FINAL RESULTS

Record: 8-6-0 (2nd in AFC Central); 5-2 at home, 3-4 on road
Head Coach: Bill Johnson

DateOpponentW-LScoreAtt.Stadium
September 18ClevelandL3-1352,847Riverfront
September 25SeattleW42-2045,579Riverfront
October 2at San DiegoL3-2440,352San Diego
October 9at Green BayW17-753,653Milwaukee County
October 17at PittsburghL14-2047,950Three Rivers
October 23DenverL13-2454,395Riverfront
October 30HoustonW13-10 (OT)53,194Riverfront
November 6at ClevelandW10-781,932Cleveland
November 13at MinnesotaL10-4245,371Metropolitan
November 20MiamiW23-1746,733Riverfront
November 27N.Y. GiantsW30-1332,705Riverfront
December 4at Kansas CityW27-738,488Arrowhead
December 10PittsburghW17-1036,133Riverfront
December 18at HoustonL16-2146,212Astrodome
Bengals 1977 Summary

A loss to Houston in the final game cost the Bengals a spot in the playoffs. The team finished with an 8-6 record.

1977: A CLOSER LOOK
1977 Final Statistics
PRO BOWL PLAYERS
DE Coy Bacon
S Tommy Casanova
CB Lemar Parrish
    1977 SEASON LEADERS
    Passing: Ken Anderson (323 Att, 166 Comp, 2145 Yds, 51.4 Pct, 11 TD, 11 Int, 69.7 Rating)
    Rushing: Pete Johnson (153 Att, 585 Yds, 3.8 Avg, 65 Long, 4 TD)
    Receiving: Billy Brooks (39 Rec, 772 Yds, 19.8 Avg, 94 Long, 4 TD)
    Scoring: Chris Bahr, 82 points (19 FG; 25 PAT)
    1977 NEWS AND NOTES
    The Bengals record book shows two pass plays of 90 or more yards. The first came on November 13 when QB Ken Anderson hooked up with WR Billy Brooks for a team-record 94-yarder for a touchdown at Minnesota.
    STADIUM

    Riverfront
    1977 HELMET/UNIFORM

    1977 LOGO

    LB JIM LeCLAIR