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CINCINNATI BENGALS HISTORY: 1982
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1982 FINAL RESULTS

Record: 7-2-0 (3rd in AFC); 4-0 at home, 3-2 on road

Head Coach: Forrest Gregg

DateOpponentW-LScoreAtt.Stadium
September 12HoustonW27-652,268Riverfront
September 19at PittsburghL20-26 (OT)53,973Three Rivers
--PLAYERS STRIKE BEGINS SEPTEMBER 20--
September 27at ClevelandGame canceled
October 3MiamiGame canceled
October 10at New EnglandGame canceled
October 17at NY GiantsGame canceled
October 24DallasGame canceled
October 31PittsburghGame canceled
November 7WashingtonGame canceled
November 14at HoustonGame canceled
--PLAYERS STRIKE ENDS AT 57 DAYS NOVEMBER 17--
November 21at PhiladelphiaW18-1465,172Veterans
November 28LA RaidersW31-1753,330Riverfront
December 5at BaltimoreW20-1723,598Memorial
December 12ClevelandW23-1054,305Riverfront
December 20at San DiegoL34-5051,296San Diego
Jack Murphy
December 26SeattleW24-1055,330Riverfront
January 2at HoustonW35-2726,522Astrodome/
rescheduled
from Nov. 14
--FIRST-ROUND SUPER BOWL TOURNAMENT--
January 9NY JetsL17-4457,560Riverfront
Bengals 1982 Summary

The Bengals posted a 7-2 record in a strike-shortened season to earn a postseason berth, but lost to the Jets in the first round of the playoffs, 44-17. Ken Anderson led the AFC in passing for the fourth time as the Bengals boasted the second-best offense in the NFL.

1982: A CLOSER LOOK
PRO BOWL PLAYERS
  • QB Ken Anderson
  • WR Cris Collinsworth
  • T Anthony Muñoz
  • TE Dan Ross
1982 SEASON LEADERS
  • Passing: Ken Anderson (309 Att, 218 Comp, 2495 Yds, 70.6 Pct, 12 TD, 9 Int, 95.3 Rating)
  • Rushing: Pete Johnson (156 Att, 622 Yds, 4.0 Avg, 21 Long, 7 TD)
  • Receiving: Cris Collinsworth (49 Rec, 700 Yds, 14.3 Avg, 50 Long, 1 TD)
  • Scoring: Jim Breech, 67 points (14 FG; 25 PAT)
STADIUM
  • Riverfront Stadium
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1982 Helmet/Uniform

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1982 Logo

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WR Cris Collinsworth

WR CRIS COLLINSWORTH