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Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals were founded in 1966 by Paul Brown, former head coach and co-founder of the Cleveland Browns. The team was named after an unrelated football team of the same name that had been active in the late 1930s. Because Brown still owned the equipment from his former team, the Bengals’ uniforms were very similar to the Browns for the first twenty years of the franchise, but were unique in being the only team in the NFL to not have secondary uniform numbers, also called TV numbers, on their sleeves. Cheap Bengals Tickets are available now. Call 877-876-7171 today. 

The Bengals have made a few notable contributions to NFL strategies. The team’s assistant coach, Bill Walsh, devised a high-percentage passing scheme that is now referred to as the West Coast offense in the early 70s. The Bengals are also credited with popularizing the zone blitz, a defensive strategy to combat a West Coast offense. Call us now to secure your cheap bengals tickets. In 1988, the Bengals head coach, Sam Wyche, popularized the no-huddle offense as a strategy for more than just when time was running out. This tactic of setting up for the next play quickly allowed the opponents no time to strategize, make substitutions, or rest. Cheap Bengals Tickets are available now. Call 877-876-7171 today. 

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