As part of the NFL 100 campaign honoring the league's 100th season, Bengals fans can vote for the greatest moment in team history. The moment with the most votes will be revealed to fans in-stadium during the Bengals Fantennial game against the Jaguars on Sunday, Oct. 20. The greatest moment will then be entered into a league-led vote to identify the NFL's greatest moment.
Fans can choose from one of four moments on Bengals.com. The four moments are listed below in chronological order.
102-YARD PICK 6 (NOV. 8, 1981)
The Bengals rolled to a 40-17 victory over the Chargers that cornerback Louis Breeden put away when he tied an NFL record with a 102-yard-interception return with 36 seconds left in the first half.
THE FREEZER BOWL (JAN. 10, 1982)
One of the warmest memories in Bengaldom comes on its coldest day. A frightful minus 59-degree wind chill whipped through Riverfront Stadium and forever baptized the Bengals first AFC Championship Game appearance as The Freezer Bowl. The 27-7 win over the Chargers sends the Bengals to Super Bowl XVI.
MUÑOZ SCORES 1ST TOUCHDOWN (DEC. 2, 1984)
Hall of Fame offensive tackle Anthony Muñoz lined up as tight end to score his first touchdown on a pass from Boomer Esiason. The touchdown tied the game as time expired and the Bengals went on to beat the Browns in overtime.
JENNINGS' KICKOFF RETURN (JAN. 22, 1989)
The only touchdown scored for the first 75 minutes of Super Bowl XXIII is by a career special-teamer. Running back Stanford Jennings raced 93 yards to return the second-ever Super Bowl kickoff for a touchdown.