Analyzing the Cincinnati Bengals Tough Road to the 2013 Super Bowl

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Here’s the entire list of home and away opponents for 2013:


Patriots (12-4) Bears (10-6)
Colts (11-5) Ravens (10-6)
Packers (11-5) Steelers (8-8)
Vikings (10-6) Chargers (7-9)
Ravens (10-6) Dolphins (7-9)
Steelers (8-8) Bills (6-10)
Jets (6-10) Browns (5-11)
Browns (5-11) Lions (4-12)


  • The Bengals play 7 teams that won 10 or more games, but 5 of them come to Cincinnati.
  • Over the past two seasons, the Bengals have gone 8-8 vs. these teams, and have gone 4-4 this season.
  • The Bengals will face the NFL’s leading rusher (Adrian Peterson), receiver (Calvin Johnson), interceptions (Tim Jennings), and passer rating (Aaron Rodgers)
  • Cincinnati will host 5 of this year’s playoff participants, but play just one team on the road who made the playoffs (Baltimore).
  • The last time the Bengals played the AFC East in 2012, they went 0-4 against them, and have lost seven of the past eight games against teams from the East.


Getting through the 2012 schedule with a winning record and a playoff berth will be a daunting task, but if the Bengals can survive, they’ll be as battle-tested as any NFL team, making them a legitmate threat to make a Ravens-like Super bowl run next year.



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