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CINCINNATI BENGALS HISTORY: 1984
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1984 FINAL RESULTS

Record: 8-8-0 (2nd in AFC Central); 5-3 at home, 3-5 on road

Head Coach: Sam Wyche

DateOpponentW-LScoreAtt.Stadium
September 2at DenverL17-2074,178Mile High
September 9Kansas CityL22-2747,111Riverfront
September 16at NY JetsL23-4364,193Giants
September 23LA RamsL14-2445,406Riverfront
October 1at PittsburghL17-3857,098Three Rivers
October 7HoustonW13-343,637Riverfront
October 14at New EnglandL14-2048,154Sullivan
October 21ClevelandW12-950,667Riverfront
October 28at HoustonW31-1334,010Astrodome
November 4at San FranciscoL17-2358,324Candlestick Park
November 11PittsburghW22-2052,497Riverfront
November 18SeattleL6-2650,280Riverfront
November 25AtlantaW35-1444,678Riverfront
December 2at ClevelandW20-17 (OT)51,774Cleveland
December 9at New OrleansW24-2140,855Louisiana Superdome
December 16BuffaloW52-2155,771Riverfront
Bengals 1984 Summary
Pete Johnson was traded to San Diego for running back James Brooks. The Bengals lost their first five games, then bounced back to win eight of the last 11 and force the AFC Central Division championship race into the final week of the season, only to fall a game short of Pittsburgh. Cincinnati finished 8-8.
1984: A CLOSER LOOK
PRO BOWL PLAYERS
  • T Anthony Muñoz
1984 SEASON LEADERS
  • Passing: Ken Anderson (275 Att, 175 Comp, 2107 Yds, 63.6 Pct, 10 TD, 12 Int, 81.0 Rating)
  • Rushing: Larry Kinnebrew (154 Att, 623 Yds, 4.0 Avg, 23 Long, 9 TD)
  • Receiving: Cris Collinsworth (64 Rec, 989 Yds, 15.5 Avg, 57 Long, 6 TD)
  • Scoring: Jim Breech, 103 points (22 FG; 37 PAT)
1984 NEWS AND NOTES
  • Three times in their history, the Bengals have won without scoring a touchdown, including October 21 when Jim Breech kicked four field goals (24, 23, 25, 33) for all the Bengals points in a 12-9 victory over Cleveland at Riverfront.
STADIUM
  • Riverfront Stadium
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1984 Helmet/Uniform

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1984 Logo

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Head Coach Sam Wyche

HEAD COACH SAM WYCHE