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CINCINNATI BENGALS HISTORY: 1998
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1998 FINAL RESULTS

Record: 3-13-0 (5th in AFC Central); 1-7 at home, 2-6 on road

Head Coach: Bruce Coslet

DateOpponentW-LScoreAtt.Stadium
September 6TennesseeL14-2355,848Cinergy Field
September 13at DetroitW34-28 (OT)66,354Pontiac Silverdome
September 20Green BayL6-1356,346Cinergy Field
September 27at BaltimoreL24-3168,154Ravens Stadium in Camden Yards
October 11PittsburghW25-2059,979Cinergy Field
October 18at TennesseeL14-4433,288Vanderbilt
October 25at OaklandL10-2740,089Network Associates
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November 1DenverL26-3359,979Cinergy Field
November 8at JacksonvilleL11-2467,040ALLTEL
November 15at MinnesotaL3-2464,232Metrodome
November 22BaltimoreL13-2052,571Cinergy Field
November 29JacksonvilleL17-3455,432Cinergy Field
December 6BuffaloL20-3354,359Cinergy Field
December 13at IndianapolisL26-3955,179RCA Dome
December 20at PittsburghW25-2452,017Three Rivers
December 27Tampa BayL0-3549,826Cinergy Field
Bengals 1998 Summary

Demolition work for Paul Brown Stadium began early in the year, and official groundbreaking for the new facility was held April 25. RB Corey Dillon rushed for 1130 yards, third-most in team history, and became the first Bengal to top the 1000-yard rushing mark in each of his first two seasons.

1998: A CLOSER LOOK
PRO BOWL PLAYERS
  • None
1998 SEASON LEADERS
  • Passing: Neil O'Donnell (343 Att, 212 Comp, 2216 Yds, 61.8 Pct, 15 TD, 4 Int, 90.2 Rating)
  • Rushing: Corey Dillon (262 Att, 1130 Yds, 4.3 Avg, 66 Long, 4 TD)
  • Receiving: Carl Pickens (82 Rec, 1023 Yds, 12.5 Avg, 67 Long, 5 TD)
  • Scoring: Doug Pelfrey, 78 points (19 FG; 21 PAT)
1998 NEWS AND NOTES
  • Punter Brad Costello recorded the longest punt in Bengals history with a 73-yarder at Indianapolis on December 13.
STADIUM
  • Cinergy Field
  • Riverfront_stadium
1998 Helmet/uniform

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1998 Logo

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LB Takeo Spikes

LB Takeo Spikes