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Bengals 2021 Historic Run to Super Bowl

The Cincinnati Bengals had a remarkable season in 2021. The team lead their division and began the playoffs against the Las Vegas Raiders in the Wild Card round. The Bengals won that round and went on to face the Titans in game two. Cincinnati squeezed past the Titans 19-16. The last hurdle to the Super Bowl would be what turned out to be an overtime game against the Chiefs. The Bengals came out on top 27-24 and took on the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl. In what turned out to be a great game, the Bengals came up just short of victory.

As the Bengals look forward to 2022, the roster is coming together. Alex Cappa just signed a four-year deal, and now it looks like Ted Karras is coming over from the Patriots. The team is hoping to pick up Brandon Scherff in free agency. The focus of the Bengals free agency is on the offensive line. There is little chance for a Super Bowl appearance in 2022 if Joe Burrow gets sacked 70 times like he did last season.

The Cincinnati Bengals are part of the AFC North division. That division includes The Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, and Cleveland Browns. Cincinnati won its 10th Division Title in 2021 but still runs behind the most winning team in the group, which is Pittsburgh. The team originated in 1968, so the franchise is still considered to be "young" when compared to other teams in the league. 

Bengals History 

The Cincinnati Bengals are indeed one of the league’s up-and-coming teams. They recently decided that they have found their long-term answer at quarterback in Andy Dalton. During the 2013 offseason, they verified their faith in Dalton by giving him a 115-million-dollar contract. The Bengals entered the 2014 NFL draft with a strong defense already but needed help at cornerback. They drafted Darqueze Dennard in round one. Dennard fits the press coverage style of the Bengals perfectly. They also wanted to get an every-down back so they drafted Jeremy Hill from LSU in round two. Hill is as good of a running back as there was in this draft and is destined to be an every-down back in the NFL. The Bengals also needed help at the defensive end so they drafted Will Clarke from West Virginia in round three. The Bengals also drafted A.J. McCarron in round five to backup Dalton. McCarron will be the ideal backup in the NFL. He is smart, takes care of the ball, has big-game experience, and doesn’t make mistakes.

For 2015, the Bengals acquired Cedric Ogbuehi at OT, Jake Fisher, Tyler Kroft, and Paul Dawson.

The Cincinnati Bengals were founded in 1968 and have spent their entire existence in Cincinnati. Throughout their history, the Bengals have called three places home. First, they played at Nippert Stadium from 1968 to 1969. In 1970 they moved into the old Riverfront Stadium where they played until 1999 and in 2000 they moved into Paul Brown Stadium which is their home to this day. Throughout their history, the Bengals have won eight division championships and the AFC twice. Their first AFC Championship came in 1981 and their second came in 1988.

The Bengals currently stand as one of the league’s rising young teams. Now starter Andy Dalton must put his 0-3 start in the playoffs behind him if this young team is going to take the next step towards greatness.

The NFL season promises to be exciting and Cincinnati fans are sure to get fired up when the team kicks off in 2015. Last season, the Bengals won their way to a playoff spot. Sadly, they lost in the first round, once again.

The Cincinnati Bengals entered 2016 with very high hopes, and some even thought they had the best roster in the league. They were Super Bowl contenders in most pre-season predictions as well. Sadly, none of that happened. The Bengals stumbled their way through the season to a 6-9-1 finish, good for third place in the AFC North. This off-season, the Bengals priority was tending to their various impending free agents. They elected to re-sign wide receiver Brandon LaFell to a two-year contract and cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick to a five-year deal. They also brought back veteran offensive tackle Andre Smith, who spent a year struggling in Minnesota. They also released linebacker Rey Maualuga.

The Bengals decided to invest heavily in the draft this year, and they came away with a lot of draft picks, 11 in total. In round one they grabbed the fastest player in this current draft, wide receiver John Ross. Ross set the NFL Combine record for the fastest 40-yard sprint, ever. In round two, they drafted running back Joe Mixon from Oklahoma. The Bengals are a team known for taking chances on controversial players, and Mixon fits that description. In round three they drafted the hard-working pass rusher Jordan Willis from Kansas State. In round four, the Bengals had three selections. With the first pick, they drafted the very talented, but character-concerning defensive end Carl Lawson from Auburn. With their second fourth-round choice, they selected wide receiver Josh Malone from Tennessee. With their third round and fourth selection, they grabbed defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow from Michigan, a good rotational player. Overall, the team had a good draft. The Bengals have yet to “get it done” in the playoffs, and time might be running out for them to do so.

Bengals Draft In 2018

Two years ago the Cincinnati Bengals were serious Super Bowl contenders. They have fallen a long way in the last 24 months. After a very disappointing 2016 season, they had moderate hopes a year ago of getting back to the playoffs but finished 7-9.

For starters, the Bengals did very little in free agency to change their fortunes. Other than losing backup quarterback A.J. McCarron and signing offensive tackle Bobby Hart they did very little. Most of their attention was focused on the draft, as they ended up making a total of 10 selections. In round one they reached a little bit when they drafted center Billy Price from Ohio State. In round two they went defense with safety Jesse Bates from Wake Forest. They stayed on defense in round three with both choices, selecting defensive end Sam Hubbard from Ohio State and outside linebacker Malik Jefferson from Texas. In round four they went back to the offense with running back Mark Walton from Miami. In round five they flipped back to defense with all three choices- cornerback Davontae Harris from Illinois State, defensive end Andrew Brown from Virginia, and cornerback Darius Phillips from Western Michigan. In round seven they drafted Andy Dalton’s future backup, quarterback Logan Woodside from Toledo. With their final two choices, they went offensive guard Rod Taylor from Mississippi and wide receiver Auden Tate from Florida State. All 10 draft choices are expected to make the 53.

Just a few years ago the Cincinnati Bengals had one of the best rosters in the league and were looking like surefire Super Bowl contenders. Injuries and in-house arguments have derailed all of that. The Bengals finished 6-10 last season, fired longtime head coach Marvin Lewis, and replaced him with Zac Taylor.

Early on in free agency, the Bengals made a trio of three-year signings with cornerback B.W. Webb, tight end C.J. Uzomah, and offensive guard John Miller. Not much else though as the team is looking to perhaps rebuild. For the draft, they ended up with 10 selections by the time it was all said and done. In round one they added offensive tackle Jonah Williams from Alabama to improve an offensive line that needed to be improved.

In round two they added tight end Drew Sample from Washington. In round three they added depth to their linebacking unit with Germaine Pratt from North Carolina State. With their trio of fourth-round selections, they added quarterback Ryan Finley from North Carolina State, defensive tackle Renell Wren from Arizona State, and offensive guard Michael Jordan(No relation) from Ohio State. They finished their draft with running back Trayveon Williams from Texas A&M, inside linebacker Deshaun Davis from Auburn, running back Rodney Anderson from Oklahoma, and cornerback Jordan Brown from South Dakota State. As for what happens to the Bengals next, nobody is quite sure. They could very well look to replace Andy Dalton in the coming years, or they could add around him.

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