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Cincinnati Bengals welcome Tennessee Titans in first home game of 2013

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Oct 14, 2012; Cleveland, OH, USA; The Cincinnati Bengals huddle during a game against the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Cleveland won 34-24. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Marvin Lewis and the Cincinnati Bengals get ready for the first home game of the season tonight. It will be a game where 90 fans in Bengals nation will be recognized by the team and awarded with a jersey and the chance to be on field forming the tunnel the Bengals will run through to start the game.

In eleven seasons with the Bengals, coach Lewis is the all-time winning coach in team history with a record of 79-80-01. To some fans, this matchup is one of the old rivals as the Tennessee Titans were once the old Houston Oilers, who leads this series 39-32-01.

The game is on a tape delay, meaning it will not air on television locally until around 11 pm. You can listen to this game on the radio or find many links online to stream this game in real-time. There will be many Bengals fans on Facebook who will be more than happy to post links as the game is kicking off.

With an NFL power ranking of 6th-overall, one could assume this will be another blowout game for the Bengals as they lead the Titans in almost all team stats in 2012.