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CINCINNATI BENGALS HISTORY: 1993
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1993 FINAL RESULTS

Record: 3-13-0 (4th in AFC Central); 3-5 at home, 0-8 on road

Head Coach: Dave Shula 

DateOpponentW-LScoreAtt.Stadium
September 5at ClevelandL14-2775,508Cleveland
September 12IndianapolisL6-950,299Riverfront
September 19at PittsburghL7-3453,682Three Rivers
September 26SeattleL10-1946,880Riverfront
October 10at Kansas CityL15-1775,394Arrowhead
October 17ClevelandL17-2855,647Riverfront
October 24at HoustonL12-2850,039Astrodome
November 7PittsburghL16-2451,202Riverfront
November 14HoustonL3-3842,347Riverfront
November 21at NY JetsL12-1764,264Giants
November 28LA RaidersW16-1043,272Riverfront
December 5at San FranciscoL8-2160,039Candlestick Park
December 12at New EnglandL2-729,794Foxboro
December 19LA RamsW15-336,612Riverfront
December 26AtlantaW21-1727,014Riverfront
January 2at New OrleansL13-2058,036Louisiana Superdome
Bengals 1993 Summary

Quarterback Boomer Esiason was traded to the New York Jets for a third-round draft choice. The young Bengals lost their first 10 games before defeating the Raiders. Cincinnati then had wins over the Rams and Falcons in the final weeks of the season to finish 3-13.

1993: A CLOSER LOOK
PRO BOWL PLAYERS
  • None
1993 SEASON LEADERS
  • Passing: David Klingler (343 Att, 190 Comp, 1935 Yds, 55.4 Pct, 6 TD, 9 Int, 66.6 Rating)
  • Rushing: Harold Green (215 Att, 589 Yds, 2.7 Avg, 25 Long, 0 TD)
  • Receiving: Jeff Query (56 Rec, 654 Yds, 11.7 Avg, 51 Long, 4 TD)
  • Scoring: Doug Pelfrey, 85 points (24 FG; 13 PAT)
1993 NEWS AND NOTES
  • Chris Bahr and Doug Pelfrey are the only Bengals kickers to convert two field goals of 50 or more yards in the same game. Pelfrey connected from 53 and 50 yards at Houston on October 24.
STADIUM
  • Riverfront Stadium
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1993 Helmet/Uniform

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1993 Logo

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QB David Klingler

QB DAVID KLINGLER