The 2018 Cincinnati Bengals schedule is almost here and will feature usual division rivals in the Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns, as well as one of the most difficult and exciting schedules around the league. At home, you can see many playoff hopefuls, including Bengals vs New Orleans Saints and Drew Brees. Additionally, you can see Bengals vs Denver Broncos, Bengals vs Oakland Raiders, and Bengals vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In addition to their home schedule, key road games for Cincinnati include playoff teams in the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers and Kansas City Chiefs. TicketCity is the place to go for Cincinnati Bengals tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium or supporting Cincinnati on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Cincinnati Bengals tickets.
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2018 Bengals Season
After missing on recent draft picks on the offensive line, the Bengals addressed the ever-important left tackle position by trading for Cordy Glenn from the Buffalo Bills. A bonus in the deal was not having to give up their first round pick in this year's draft entirely, rather swapping picks with the Bills, moving Cincinnati from No. 12 to 21. The team will likely be using that pick to further upgrade the protection for quarterback Andy Dalton.
Paul Brown Stadium Venue Guide Address: 6 Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH 45202
The Bengals play their home games at Paul Brown Stadium, located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The stadium, built in 2000, is named after the founder and first head coach of the Bengals. When filled to capacity, “PBS” holds more than 65,000 screaming fans. The walls of PBS are adorned with murals depicting unforgettable players in team history. TicketCity is the best place to buy tickets for all Cincinnati Bengals football games. The Cincinnati Bengals home bench is on the sideline along sections 102-118, so snagging your tickets in these sections will make for a memorable game. Paul Brown Stadium parking information is covered in our Bengals Event Guide.
A rivalry that has seen almost 100 meetings since it began in 1970, this matchup is as intense as any in the NFL. The two teams have combined for over 25 division titles and the games have gotten more intense in recent seasons, with suspensions almost becoming a regular occurrence.
This rivalry is still in its infancy and continuing to grow the Ravens were established in 1996. However, it has quickly become one of the most hard-hitting games of the season with plenty of trash-talking between the two teams. With the all-time series close, this rivalry will only get better in the future years.
This rivalry began as soon as legendary head coach Paul Brown purchased an NFL franchise and planted it in Ohio to share with the Browns. With both teams playing in the same state and having such close ties, the hatred between the franchises was immediate. The Bengals-Browns rivalry provides two of the biggest games of the season for both teams.
With multiple AFC Championships and 10 division titles, the Bengals have started to build a resume that can compete with some of the top franchises in the NFL. The almost 15 playoff appearances will continue to grow in the coming seasons as the Bengals have found sustained consistency in the past near-decade.