17 Former Players From Every Era Highlight The Bengals First Ring Of Honor Ballot
A slate of 17 former players, one for every game of the new expanded schedule, goes in front of Bengals season-ticket holders later this month to decide which two join team founder Paul Brown and Pro Football Hall of Fame left tackle Anthony Muñoz in the Ring's inaugural class.
Top 50 Moments: Bengals Clinch AFC Central Title in Overtime
Jim Breech calls it "Divine Providence," and the 52,157 who witness it on the riverfront can only agree after a 20-17 numbing overtime victory over the Super Bowl champion Redskins fittingly ends this Ripley's Believe It Or Not 1988 regular season with more improbable drama and home-field advantage.
A Jim LeClair Appreciation: "God Made Him To Be A Football Player"
Bengaldom takes a timeout this week to mourn the passing of Jim LeClair, the latter-day Cincinnati strongman who captained the Bengals' first Super Bowl defense with a physical ferocity that once allowed him to pin a loss on an undefeated 457-pound bear in their fateful wrestling match.
Camp Sam still in session 30 years later
One of those old-time training camps powered by head coach Sam Wyche's new-wave thinking set the table for one of the greatest seasons in Bengals history. That's what those once-in-a-lifetime roommates say 30 years later as they begin the season of reminisce, when they unknowingly became role models for a culture still searching how to bridge gaps. Somehow the '88 Super Bowl Bengals seem not only ahead of their time, but this time.
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Jim Breech On Playing In Two Super Bowls & Best Memories w/ The Bengals | Old School Scribe Podcast
In the latest edition of the Old School Scribe Podcast, Bengals.com Senior Writer Geoff Hobson chats with Jim Breech to talk about playing in two Super Bowls and his favorite memories with the Bengals.