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1970

(10-11-70) Cinncinnati Bengals @ Cleveland Browns - Original, color GOTW highlights, 22 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9) - Added December, 2009

(11-22-70) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cinncinnati Bengals - Original, color GOTW highlights, 22 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9) - Added December, 2009

(12/26/70-12/27/70) "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 1970 AFC Divisional Playoffs - Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Colts + Miami Dolphins @ Oakland Raiders - Silent, Summerall/Brookshier, 30 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1973

(12-22-73) 1973 AFC Divisional - Cincinnati Bengals @ Miami Dolphins - Young Kenny Anderson and Bengals take on talented Dolphins - 1st Half only - Original broadcast (Quality 9.5) - Added March, 2011

(12/22/73-12/23/73) 1973 Divisional Playoffs - Cincinnati Bengals @ Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins @ Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers @ Oakland Raiders - "This Week in the Pro Football highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1975

(11-23-75) Cincinnati Bengals @ Cleveland Browns - Original, color GOTW highlights, 22 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 8.5)

(12/27/75-12/28/75) 1975 Divisional Playoffs - Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Cardinals @ LA Rams, Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals @ Oakland Raiders - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1976

(12-06-76) Cincinnati Bengals @ Oakland Raiders - MNF - Oakland didn’t need the win, but Pittsburgh had to have them beat Cincinnati to make the Playoffs, so the story going in was whether or not the Raiders would even try. Well, they won 35-20, continuing their march toward a Super Bowl Title! - missing last few plays but not missing any scoring - Added March, 2011

 

1977

(10-09-77) Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers - Tony Davis scored from two yards out with 9:09 remaining in the third quarter to put the Bengals on top to stay, and give them a 2-1 lead in their series with Green Bay. Barty Smith scored the first touchdown of the game on a pass from Lynn Dickey, with Johnnie Gray's fumble recovery setting up the 57-yard drive. Cincinnati responded with a score with 19 seconds left in the half to tie the game up. The Bengals opened up the second half with a 12-play, 75-yard drive leading to Davis' run. Chris Bahr added the final points with 1:05 remaining, after Bo Harris intercepted a Dickey pass at the Green Bay 30. After the game, WR Ken Payne was fined for insubordination, then suspended, and finally released on October 14th. - (Bengals radio broadcast on 2 cassettes, ads) - Added March, 2011

(10-17-77) Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers - MNF compilation disc 2 of 6 edited games - heavily edited footage from the game. Picks up at halftime - Includes Halftime, 7 minutes from the game (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(11-27-77) New York Giants @ Cincinnati Bengals - snow - Includes commercials, halftime - added March, 2009

 

1978

(09-17-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(11-19-78) Wk 12 - Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 7.5) - Added August, 2011

(12-03-78) Wk 14 - Atlanta Falcons @ Cincinnati Bengals - Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added September, 2011

 

1979

(11-11-79) San Deigo Chargers @ Cincinnati Bengals - ESPN Classic GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(12-02-79) Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 7) - added May, 2011

(12-09-79) Cincinnati Bengals @ Washington Redskins - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

 

1980

(09-21-80) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals - (Quality 8) - Added August, 2008

(10-05-80) Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers - Lynn Dickey, downcast and slowed by a history of serious injuries, had talked of quitting professional football just two weeks earlier. The Green Bay Packers can be thankful he didn't. Dickey, still feeling effects of a broken leg suffered nearly three years ago, completed 18 of 26 passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns. James Lofton, Green Bay's gifted wide receiver, caught eight passes for 114 yards to help the Packers to a 14-9 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Dickey's touchdown passes covered 15 yards to Lofton and eight to Steve Atkins, while Johnnie Gray sparked the Packer defense with an interception and a pair of pass deflections, one of which saved a touchdown. The Packers, 2-3, broke a three-game losing streak after the club's board of directors had given Coach Bart Starr a vote of confidence earlier Sunday. The Bengals dropped to 1-4. "Obviously, I'm most appreciative of that," Starr said of the 45-member board's unanimous vote of support. "But I'm not concerned about me. What you have to consider is the effect on the football team. When they know they can feel secure in what they're doing, they can play better." - Chester Marcol kicked two extra points, and was waived after the game. Includes commercials (Quality 8.5)

 

1981

(12-06-81) San Francisco 49ers @ Cincinnati Bengals - (Quality 8.5) - added March, 2011

(01-03-82) 1981 AFC Divisional - Buffalo Bills @ Cincinnati Bengals - Cincinnati wins its first playoff game. QB Ken Anderson, who was the NFL’s top-rated quarterback and its consensus MVP in the regular season, connected on a 16-yard TD pass to rookie WR Cris Collinsworth with 10:39 remaining in the fourth quarter to break a tie and give the Bengals a 28-21 lead. The Bills were again poised to tie the game and set up an overtime period after driving 50 yards to the Bengals’ 20 with just over three minutes left, but a costly delay-of-game penalty on fourth down led to giving the ball back to Cincinnati. Anderson completed 14 of 21 for 192 yards, and TE Dan Ross recorded a game-high 6 receptions for 71 yards. The Bills held Bengals FB Pete Johnson, who had a career-high 1077 rushing yards in the regular season, to just 45 yards on 17 carries. But HB Charles Alexander, Johnson’s blocker for the majority of the regular season, responded for Cincinnati with a season-high 72 yards, including 2 TD runs. Great Game - (Quality 8) - added October, 2007

(01-10-82) 1981 AFC Championship - San Diego Chargers @ Cincinnati Bengals - The "Freezer Bowl" - temperature was minus-9 degrees, winds gusting from 20 to 35 miles per hour and an incredible wind chill factor of minus -59. To this day, no NFL game has ever been played with a wind chill so cold - the Bengals would win the turnover battle 4-0, intercepting 2 Dan Fouts passes and recovering 2 fumbles, which would be the key to this game. Fouts clearly struggled in the arctic atmosphere more than Bengals QB Ken Anderson, who, despite the conditions, completed 14 of 22 passes for 161 yards, 2 TDs and no INTs. TE Dan Ross led Cincinnati with 5 receptions for 69 yards, while FB Pete Johnson rushed for 80 yards and 1 TD on 21 carries. Only one player suffered a weather-related injury in the game, Bengals DE Eddie Edwards with a frostbitten right ear. - includes pregame, commercials, halftime, postgame (Quality 8.5)

(01-24-82) Super Bowl XVI - San Francisco 49ers vs Cincinnati Bengals - @ Pontiac, MI - Cincinnati outgained San Francisco by 81 yards (356-275), marking the first time in Super Bowl history the losing team led in scrimmage yardage. Bengals QB Ken Anderson set Super Bowl records (since surpassed) for completions (25) and completion percentage (73.5), and his 300 passing yards nearly doubled the 157 by 49ers QB Joe Montana, the game’s MVP. But Cincinnati suffered 4 turnovers to San Francisco’s 1, and 3 of those giveaways led to 17 first-half points for the 49ers, who led 20-0 at intermission. Leading 20-7, San Francisco staged a memorable goal-line stand late in the third quarter, stopping Cincinnati for no gain on three straight plays from the 1-yard line. The Bengals still closed the gap to 20-14 with a 4-yard TD pass from Anderson to TE Dan Ross with 10:06 left, but the 49ers added FGs of 40 and 23 yards by K Ray Wersching to pull away. Cincinnati crept to within 26-21 with 16 seconds left on a second Anderson-to-Ross TD pass, but San Francisco recovered the Bengals’ ensuing onside kick to seal the victory. Wersching’s 4 FGs tied a Super Bowl record (still tied) and Ross’ 11 receptions set a Super Bowl record (since tied). - Includes pre-game, commercials, halftime, and post-game (Quality 9.5)

 

1982

(08-23-82) Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers - Preseason MNF - Quarterback Rich Campbell came off the bench Friday night to ignite a 24-point third quarter eruption that rallied the Green Bay Packers to a nationally televised victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Campbell entered the game at the start of the second half and promptly erased a 27- 7 deficit with touchdown passes of 9 yards to Gary Lewis and 11 yards to Wamon Buggs. The Packers, now 2-0, also scored on Virgil Livers' 36-yard run with a fumble recovery, a 1-yard run by starting quarterback Lynn Dickey and a 10-yard pass from Dickey to Paul Coffman. - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 8.5)

(09-19-82) WK 2 Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers - OT - Overtime game in which Ken Anderson throws for 323 yards, 3 INT and Cris Collingsworth has 144 yards receiving for Cincy. Bradshaw throws for 298 3 TD for Pitt including the game winner in OT to John Stallworth. - (Quality 8.5) - added May, 2011

(12-20-82) Cincinnati Bengals @ San Diego Chargers - What a game on MNF between the leagues two best offensive teams. San Diego wins 50-34 in a fireworks show! San Diego's Dan Fouts (25-40, 1td, 435yds) becomes the first QB to ever have consecutive 400+ passing days with a big assist from WR Wes Chandler (10-260-2). Cincinnati star QB Ken Anderson (40-56, 2tds, 416yds) has a huge night with help from WR Chris Collinsworth (9-156-1)

(01-09-83) 1982 1st RD AFC Super Bowl Tournament - New York Jets @ Cincinnati Bengals - The 7-2 Bengals were the AFC’s No. 3 seed in the "Super Bowl Tournament," a 16-team playoff system organized after the strike-shortened regular season. It was the first playoff victory since the 1968 season for the Jets, who were the No. 6 seed. New York RB Freeman McNeil rushed for 202 yards and a TD against the Cincinnati’s No. 3-ranked rush defense, and he also tossed a second-quarter TD pass. Jets FS Darrol Ray set an NFL postseason record for longest INT return (since broken) with a 98-yarder for a TD in what was a particularly demoralizing fourth quarter for the Bengals. Cincinnati trailed only 23-17 after three periods, but in addition to Ray’s return, the Bengals in the final period had a 69-yard TD pass nullified by a false start penalty, missed a 46-yard FG, threw another INT, lost a fumble and allowed 2 Jets rushing TDs.- added January, 2008

 

1983

(09-04-83) Los Angeles Raiders @ Cincinnati Bengals - (Quality 8.5) - added March, 2011

(10-30-83) Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers - The Packers head to Cincinnati to take on the slumping Bengals and are crushed. Dickey throws two early interceptions to help the Bengals lead 27-7 at the half. Cincinnati's RB big Pete Johnson (26-112-2) leads the way in 34-14 win over the Pack. - (Quality 9.0)

 

1985

(09-22-85) WK 3 - San Diego Chargers @ Cincinnati Bengals - Classic high-scoring 44-41 game! Lionel James' big day - Game won with 4 seconds remaining! - includes post game interview with Dan Fouts (Quality 8.5) - added July, 2011

(10-13-85) New York Giants @ Cincinnati Bengals - Boomer 3 TD's Simms 513 yds Bavaro 176 yds (quality 8) - Added March, 2009

 

1986

(10-05-86) Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers - Ball control and huge 2nd QTR are the keys to Cincinnati's 34-28 win over Green Bay - Don Hutson's career reception record was broken by James Lofton, when he caught his 490th pass. - Milwaukee game - (Quality 9.5) (3 discs)

 

1987

(09-20-87) San Francisco 49ers @ Cincinnati Bengals - great game - Jerry Rice hauls in a 25-yard TD pass from Joe Montana on the final play to win it - named as one of the NFL's greatest finishes (quality 8.5) - Added October, 2008

 

1988

(12-31-88) 1988 AFC Divisional - Seattle Seahawks @ Cincinnati Bengals - Unbeaten at home in eight regular-season games, the AFC Central Division champion Bengals ran their Riverfront Stadium mark to 9-0 by rushing for a season-high 254 yards. They scored all 3 of their TDs in the first half and withstood a 13-point Seattle fourth quarter. The Seahawks pulled to within 21-13 on QB Dave Krieg’s 1-yard sneak with 6:05 to play, but K Norm Johnson’s missed PAT left the visitors still two scores short, as the 2-point conversion would not be added to NFL rules until 1994. The victory earned the Bengals their first trip to the AFC Championship game since 1981. Bengals rookie FB Ickey Woods rushed for 126 yards on 23 carries, and his 1-yard TD run midway through the second quarter gave Cincinnati a 21-0 halftime lead. FB Stanley Wilson added 45 rushing yards on 7 attempts with a pair of TDs, while HB James Brooks rushed for 72 yards on 13 attempts. Cincinnati’s defense held Seattle to just 18 yards rushing the entire game and only 49 total net yards in the first half. The Bengals stayed on the ground to win, getting only 7 completions from QB Boomer Esiason, the NFL’s top-rated quarterback and its consensus MVP in the regular season, and only one touch of the ball from WR Eddie Brown, who led the AFC in the regular season with 1273 receiving yards. - added December, 2007

(01-08-89) 1988 AFC Championship - Buffalo Bills @ Cincinnati Bengals - The week before the AFC Championship game was filled with controversy, as Bills head coach Marv Levy convinced the NFL office that Bengals head coach Sam Wyche’s no-huddle offense was illegal. Cincinnati had developed and employed the no-huddle attack all season, but shortly before kickoff, the league informed the team that game officials would severely restrict its use. Wyche would eventually prevail in this rule book battle. Nevertheless, his offense, forced to abandon its no-huddle tactics for this contest, returned to basics and led the charge in beating Buffalo for a berth in Super Bowl XXIII. It was Cincinnati’s third victory of the year over Buffalo, having also downed the Bills in the preseason and regular season. Cincinnati won with a punishing rushing game, running the ball on 50 of 73 offensive plays and gaining 175 of their 249 total yards on the ground. Cincinnati’s defense recorded a solid performance, holding the Bills to 181 total yards, including just 53 in the second half. Cincinnati made 8-of-16 combined third-down and fourth-down conversions while allowing the Bills a debilitating none-of-11. Bengals rookie FB Ickey Woods "shuffled" his way to his second 100-yard rushing game of the postseason, gaining 102 on 29 carries. The Bengals advanced to the Super Bowl from what was, at the time, the worst previous-season finish (4-11) of any Super Bowl qualifier. Even to the present time, only the 1999 St. Louis Rams (4-12 in ’98) have gone farther. - Includes pregame, commercials,halftime, NBC postgame, local news post game, CNN sports tonight postgame, etc. (3 discs) (Quality 8.5)

(01-22-89) Super Bowl XXIII - Cincinnati Bengals vs San Francisco 49ers - @ Miami, FL - NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle termed it the most exciting of the first 23 games in Super Bowl history, and the result regained some respect for the AFC, which had lost the last four contests by an average of more than 27 points. Joe Montana would lead a 92-yard, 11-play TD drive at the end. WR John Taylor’s game-winning 10-yard TD catch from Montana came with just 34 seconds remaining. Never before had a Super Bowl been won on a TD so late in the game. Cincinnati played without FB Stanley Wilson, who was suspended for a substance abuse violation that occurred the night before the game. In addition, the Bengals played almost the entire contest without All-Pro NT Tim Krumrie, who suffered a severe broken leg early in the first quarter. San Francisco WR Jerry Rice tied a Super Bowl record with 11 receptions (still tied; originally set by Bengals TE Dan Ross in Super Bowl XVI) for 215 yards and 1 TD, earning the game’s MVP award. Montana completed 23 of 36 passes for 357 yards, 2 TDs and no INTs. The victory made San Francisco the first NFC team to win three Super Bowls. Original Bud Bowl I was shown during this game - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

 

1989

(12-23-89) Minnesota Vikings @ Cincinnati Bengals - MNF - Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

 

1990

(01-06-91) 1990 AFC Wildcard - Houston Oilers @ Cincinnati Begals - added August, 2008

(01-13-91) 1990 AFC Divisional - Cincinnati Bengals @ LA Raiders - Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 8.5) - added August, 2008

 

1992

(09-20-92) Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers - "The Favre Era Begins" - Favre began the year as an understudy to Don Majkowski, but he was hastily summoned from the bench in this game to replace an injured Majkowski in the 1st Qtr. Favre would make the best of the opportunity and lead the Packers back to an electrifying, come-from behind, victory over the Bengals. He engineered two TD drives in last eight minutes of the game and won the game by way of a 35-yard scoring pass to WR Kitrick Taylor with only 13 seconds remaining in the game. Classic! Selected as one of the games of the decade. Favre would finish the game 22 of 39 for 289 yards passing, which would be his season high. With no timeouts, the Packers moved 92 yards in five plays during their game winning drive that took just 54 seconds. Favre had a key 42-yard completion to Sterling Sharpe in the drive, which capped Green Bay's 21-point fourth quarter. Taylor's catch behind the Bengals' defense and Chris Jacke's ensuing point after gave Green Bay's Mike Holmgren his first NFL coaching victory and Cincinnati rookie head coach Dave Shula his first defeat in three games. Green Bay trailed 17-3 after three quarters, but rookie first-round pick Terrell Buckley, in his first NFL game, returned a punt 58 yards for one touchdown and Favre, a second-year player, hit Sharpe for a 5-yard touchdown to cap an 88-yard drive. The Bengals took a 23-17 lead on Jim Breech's 41 yard field goal, his third of the game, with 1:07 to play. Breech missed from 36 yards, but got a second chance when the Bengals were called for motion. If you want to watch an amazing moment slow the DVD down during the final extra point. Favre actually lets go of the ball with both hands because he is scared of getting kicked and the ball just sits there on its point upright until it is kicked! Amazing.

(have 2 versions of game)

1: 2 discs with halftime, postgame coverage and commercials - B+ quality

2: 4 discs with halftime and commercials - A+ quality

Compete Post and pre-game coverage from Cincinnati game - All original broadcast footage - Including NBC Pre-game and post-game, Packers 1st and 10, Packer Locker room, The Mike Holmgren show, Packer Sunday, and HBO’s Inside the NFL plus ESPN primetime for weeks 3 and 4 (Favre’s first start) - These are all on 4 extra DVDs and seperate from the game - Great footage and interviews of a young Favre and other Packer greats from the time.

 

1995

(12-03-95) Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers - Favre throws a classic Favre TD as the ball passes threw 3 defenders hands before being caught by Mark Ingram - Brett Favre isn't bashful when it comes to discussing his importance to the Green Bay Packers. "When I play bad, more than likely we'll lose. It's fact. When I play well, more than likely we'll win or we have a chance to win," Favre said after throwing three touchdown passes in the Packers' 24-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. Favre retreated a bit in his MVP declarations during the week, but his performance offered some arguments for it. Earlier in the week, Favre suggested he was more valuable to the Packers than Troy Aikman or Steve Young were to their teams. "Sure, I'm a confident guy and I expect to win and play well," said Favre, now 12-0 in cold-weather games in his four-year career and 16-1 in his last 17 starts at Lambeau Field. Favre completed 31 of 43 passes for 339 yards, his fifth 300-yard game this year and 10th of his career. He has thrown 14 touchdowns and just 1 interception while winning four games since spraining his left ankle Nov. 5 at Minnesota. Favre's outing put the Packers alone in first place in the NFC Central in December for the first time since 1972, the last time they won the division. The only blemish for Green Bay was Reggie White's left hamstring strain with 6:43 left. He was helped off the field. But White, who sprained his left knee a month ago and didn't miss any games, was again the last to leave Lambeau, limping off while twirling his baseball cap in tribute to fans who shouted "Reg-gie! Reggie!" as teammates gathered around him while he was down. The NFL career sacks leader had 1 1/2 sacks, giving him 12 1/2 this year and 157 1/2 for his career. Jeff Blake became his 59th victim. Favre drove Green Bay to TDs on three of four possessions after the Bengals went ahead 10-3 with a minute left in the first half. Favre hit Mark Ingram between three defenders for the tying score six seconds before halftime. Then he became the third-fastest quarterback in NFL history to reach 100 career TD passes, hitting Edgar Bennett for a 14-yard score and a 17-10 lead with 5:48 left in the third quarter. - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9)

(12-17-95) Cincinatti Bengals @ Cleveland Browns - Last home game for Browns before they were moved to Baltimore. - includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9)

(12-17-95) Cincinatti Bengals @ Cleveland Browns - Last home game for Browns before they were moved to Baltimore. - includes pre-game, post-game and halftime (Quality 8.5) - Added June, 2011

 

1998

(09-13-98) Cincinnati Bengals @ Detroit Lions - OT - Cincinnati CB Corey Sawyer returned an interception 58 yards for a touchdown 2:06 into overtime to give the Bengals a 34-28 win. It was the Lions' third consecutive overtime loss, and marked only the second time in the last eight years that Detroit had lost its home opener. The Lions had dodged a bullet moments prior to the game-winning interception when Marc Spindler blocked Doug Pelfrey's 48-yard field goal effort on the last play of regulation to force the overtime. Both teams scored a touchdown in each quarter, with the Lions tying the score last, as Barry Sanders recorded his third TD run of the day (five yards) with 1:52 remaining to knot the score at 28-28. Two Neil O'Donnell-to-Darnay Scott touchdown passes were sandwiched around a Tommy Vardell one-yard touchdown plunge to initially give Cincinnati a 14-7 lead early in the second quarter. Sanders, however, gave Detroit a 21-14 lead early in the third quarter with scoring runs of two and 67 yards -- the latter was his NFL record 14th career scoring run of more than 50 yards. - Added December, 2008

(09-20-98) Green Bay Packers @ Cincinnati Bengals - The Packers hit the road for the first time this season and put together another strong defensive effort, limiting the host Bengals to a mere 160 net yards. Bengals RB Corey Dillon was held to 28 yards on 16 carries. The offense, meanwhile, was putting up substantial numbers - 242 yards passing and 328 overall with the aid of Raymont Harris - and controlling the clock throughout, possessing the football for 35 minutes and 19 seconds compared to 24 minutes, 41 seconds for the Bengals. At the same time, Harris rushed for 76 yards in his first start with the Packers. Making his first game appearance since suffering an leg injury last December 7 while a member of the Chicago Bears, he rushed for 76 yards in 24 attempts to provide the Packers with a respectable ground attack while stepping in for the injury-idled Dorsey Levens. He also caught two passes for 10 additional yards. Brett Favre completed 23 of 35 passes for 274 gross yards and one touchdown, with one interception - his first of the season. - Includes commercials and audio is radio broadcast with Max McGee and Jim Irwin also has radio post-game show (Quality 8.5)

(11-01-98) Denver Broncos @ Cincinnati Bengals - Broncos have to use patented John Elway last minute comeback to win 33-26 over a stubborn Bengals team to stay unbeaten. Terrell Davis (27-149-2) continues his march to 2000 with solid day. Great Game! (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

 

2000

(10-22-00) WK 8 Denver Broncos @ Cincinnati Bengals - Cincinnati RB Corey Dillon (22-278-2) sets the all time single game rushing record as the Bengals have NO passing game (2-9 for 32 yards as a team!) but rush for 407 yards, the 5th highest total in NFL history and the most in a game in 50 years, in their 31-21 upset of Denver. It is the Bengals first ever win at the new Paul Brown Stadium. - Includes Halftime and commercials (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

 

2004

(11-28-04) Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals - WOW! The 2nd Highest Scoring Game in NFL History! Cincinnati beats their neighbors to the north Cleveland 58-48 at home in a wild one! Huge days are everywhere, but for the Bengals RB Rudi Johnson (26-202-2) tops the list, while for the Browns QB Kelly Holcomb (30-39, 413yds, 5tds) stands above all

 

2005

(10-30-05) Green Bay Packers @ Cincinnati Bengals - Brett Favre threw five interceptions and came up short on a game-ending drive, preserving the Bengals’ victory. The Packers feel they’re never out of it as long as Favre is throwing. Favre drove them to the 28, where a fan ran out of the stands and plucked the ball from the quarterback’s passing hand after a play. Guards needed several minutes to run down the fan, giving both teams a much-needed breather. It finally ended with Favre throwing an underhand pass from behind the line of scrimmage, then falling on his back at the 13-yard line in exhaustion. He finished 26-of-39 for 279 yards. - Includes Inside the Packer pre-game show, FOX pre-game show, and halftime (Quality 9)

(01-08-06) 2005 AFC Wildcard Playoffs - Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cincinnati Bengals - Palmer goes down on his 2nd play with knee injury

 

2006

(08-28-06) Green Bay Packers @ Cincinnati Bengals - preseason MNF - Carson Palmer aced the test. With a brace protecting his rebuilt left knee, the Bengals QB took the hits, avoided the rush and threw three touchdown passes Monday night in his first game back. By halftime of the victory, Palmer had convincingly made his case that he'll be ready for the season opener. Showing no hesitation to take a tackle or take off on a scramble, Palmer completed 9 of 14 passes for 140 yards and three touchdowns. It felt like old times when he pointed his right index finger to the sky after his second touchdown. Palmer's return was the cornerstone of a buoyant night for the Bengals, who are 3-0 in preseason for the first time since 1976 and have clinched their first winning preseason since 1988. By contrast, a long-awaited return quickly became miserable. Ahman Green played in his first game since he tore a tendon in his thigh last season. Green carried 8 times for only 18 yards in the first half. His longest run was 8 yards. It was the most points ever allowed by the Packers in preseason and the most ever scored by the Bengals in preseason.

(09-24-06) Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(11-12-06) San Diego Chargers @ Cincinnati Bengals - Chargers win 49-41 Rivers 338 yds 3 TD's Palmer 440 yds 3 TD's Chad Johnson 260 yds 2 TD's - added January, 2008

 

2007

(10-01-07) New England Patriots @ Cincinnati Bengals - Added August, 2008

 

2008

(08-11-08) Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers - preseason - Aaron Rodgers shrugged off a shaky beginning as Brett Favre's replacement. In his first start for the Packers, Rodgers delivered a pair of scoring drives and a handful of highlights in a loss to the Bengals on Monday night. The Bengals tagged Rodgers for an early interception off of a deflected pass, but he recovered to complete 9 of 15 throws for 117 yards and a touchdown. Rodgers was greeted warmly by fans before the game, with a significant portion giving him a standing ovation. Rodgers could have had a second scoring strike, but couldn't connect on a deep ball to wide open receiver James Jones on the Packers' third drive. On the next play, Rodgers threw a crisp 30-yard pass to Ruvell Martin on third-and-2 that helped set up a 37-yard field goal by Mason Crosby. On the Packers' next possession, Jones caught a dart from Rodgers and ran for a 30-yard touchdown - despite bouncing off a jarring hit from Bengals safety Marvin White that knocked off his helmet.

(09-14-08) Tennessee Titans @ Cincinnati Bengals - Added March, 2009

(10-12-08) Cincinnati Bengals @ New York Jets - Added March, 2009

 

2009

(09-20-09) Cincinnati Bengals @ Green Bay Packers - Chad Ochocinco caught a 13-yard go-ahead touchdown pass from Carson Palmer late in the third quarter and Cedric Benson rushed for 141 yards on 29 carries, as the Bengals held off the Packers. Palmer finished 15-of-23 for 185 yards with three TDs and two interceptions for the Bengals, while Laveranues Coles and Chris Henry added touchdown catches. Antwan Odom tied a Cincinnati club record with five sacks. Aaron Rodgers passed for 261 yards on 21-of-39 efficiency including a score for Green Bay. Ryan Grant had 14 rushes for 46 yards and a TD and Donald Driver had six grabs for 99 yards and a TD. Charles Woodson had a huge game for the Packers defense, finishing with two interceptions, with one being returned for a score. - Added March, 2011

(01-09-10) 2009 AFC Wildcard - New York Jets @ Cincinnati Bengals - Added March, 2011

 

Yearbooks

Cincinnati Bengals Yearbooks - 1981 (original), 1988 (1 hr version, original) - Updated May, 2011

 

Documentaries

NFL Films Presents: Super fans (Chiefs, Bengals, Packers) - Added April, 2008