Cincinnati Bengals Team History
An in-depth look at the storied history of the Cincinnati Bengals.
'88 AFC Champions
This Day in NFL History: Corey Dillon's single game rushing record
20 years ago on Oct. 22, 2002, Bengals RB Corey Dillon breaks Walter Payton's single game rushing record. How many yards did it take? Get the answer here.
Anthony Muñoz Named to NFL 100 All-Time Team
The recipient of virtually every possible honor, Anthony Muñoz was elected to 11 consecutive Pro Bowls and was named All-Pro 11 straight times from 1981 through 1991.
The "Freezer Bowl"
Images from the 1981 AFC Championship between the Cincinnati Bengals and San Diego Chargers, a game affectionately known as the "Freezer Bowl."The Freezer Bowl is recalled as the coldest game in NFL history.
'88 Super Bowl Reunion
Celebrating the 30th reunion of the 1988 Super Bowl team with former players and coaches.
The '88 Bengals reunion was probably a lot like that high school bash you went to a few years back. A few bills. A few thrills. A few chills.
Then again, maybe not.
'88 O-line does it one more time
The 1988 Bengals do it one more time Wednesday night when they gather for dinner and storytelling. Then they run it again Thursday night when they take the field during the Paul Brown Stadium opener (8:20 p.m.-Cincinnati's Channel 12) to hear the cheers saluting the 30th anniversary of their Super Bowl stand.
1988 Super Bowl Team Fan Shout Out
Members of the 1988 Super Bowl team show their appreciation and excitement to see Bengals fans.
Remembering the 1988 Bengals Super Bowl Team
30 years ago the Bengals won the AFC Championship earning a berth to Super Bowl XXIII. To this day that team remains one of the greatest Bengals teams in franchise history. One that overcame adversity from the previous season and exceeded expectations on its way to the Super Bowl. Marisa Contipelli shares the story.
'88 legacy lives on in playbooks
The 1988 Bengals live. They are 25 years old, but they are also 25 years young.
Why Boomer Esiason was one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time
Boomer Esiason threw for nearly 38,000 yards and 247 touchdowns and took the Cincinnati Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII. Watch some of the top moments from his great career.
#Bengals50 Memories: C. Mays on Living a Dream
Corey Mays talks about how emotional of an experience it is to walk through the tunnel on a Bengals game day.
#Bengals50 Memories: Trumpy's TE playing weight
Bob Johnson Bob Trumpy shares how Trumpy increased his playing weight during training camp (with a little bit of help).
#Bengals50 Memories: Toughest Player Faced
Bob Johnson and Louis Breeden share the toughest person that they've had to face as a player.
#Bengals50 Memories: Spikes INT- "I still count it"
Bengals Legend Takeo Spikes recalls the monster game he had against the Baltimore Ravens and the two pick-sixes he had (but only one counted).
#Bengals50 Memories: Montoya & Lapham on Forrest Gregg
Max Montoya and Dave Lapham share memories of playing for Coach Forrest Gregg. Coach Gregg led the Bengals to Super Bowl XVI.
#Bengals50 Memories: Riley, Breeden, Parrish meet with DBs
Bengals Legends Ken Riley, Louis Breeden, and Lemar Parrish met with the current defensive backs after practice. Riley shares the how the meeting went at the Bengals Legends dinner.