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The Cincinnati Bengals have been apart of the NFL since 1967. They call Paul Brown Stadium their home which got its name after one of their head coaches named Paul Brown. He coached for a total of eight seasons. The Bengals have had two super bowl appearances and have had many notable players apart of their franchise! These players include Anthony Munoz, Chad Ochocino, AJ Green, Boomer Esiason and many more. These players helped make the franchise what it is and the fans of this Ohio team run deep! A great way to support your team is in a pair of Cincinnati Bengals Oakley sunglasses!
Cincinnati Bengals No-huddle Offense
The Cincinnati Bengals applied a lot pressure to the opposing teams defense in 1988 when head coach Sam Wyche and offensive coordinator Bruce Coslet implemented the no-huddle as their base offense. The no huddle offense before this point was only used during moments of the game when time was running low on the game clock, which is usually toward the end of a particular quarter of at the end of the game when the offense is trailing and need to score quickly to have chance at winning the game. Running the no-huddle offense at all time of the game made it not only difficult to adjust to the offensive the scheme, but it also made it challenging for the defense to substitute layers as they are fatiguing. The NFL was forced to input rules that would benefit the defensive team and allow them to regrouping for tactical and substitution purposes.
West Coast Offense
Bill Walsh formulated what is now known as the “West Coast Offense” during his time as an assistant coach with the Bengals from 1968 to 1975. The west coast offense is considered a high percentage passing scheme and is now a main part of most NFL team’s offense in today’s game.
The defense that was formulated to combat the “west coast offense” was also created by the Cincinnati Bengals, by coach Dick LeBeau who served as a defensive coordinator for the Bengals and later became the head coach from 2000-2002.
Frequently Asked Questions
What year did the Cincinnati Bengals join the NFL?
Cincinnati Bengals All-time Passing Leader?
Ken Anderson – 2,645/4,475, 32,838 yds, 197 TD
Cincinnati Bengals All-time Rushing Leader?
Corey Dillan – 1,865 att, 8.061 yds, 45 TD
Cincinnati Bengals All-time Receiving Leader?
Chad Johnson – 751 rec, 10,783 yds, 66 TD
Cincinnati Bengals All-time Scoring Leader?
Jim Beech – 1,151 points
Cincinnati Bengals All-time AV Leader?
Anthony Munoz – 174 AV
Cincinnati Bengals Winningest Coach?
Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson
Born: January 9, 1978
Height: 6 ft 1
High school: Miami Beach Senior
College: Oregon State
NFL Draft 2001 – Round 2 – Pick 36
Career NFL Stats:
11,059 Receiving Yards