Bengals All-Time Lists

Who Belongs in the Bengals Ring of Honor?

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13 Sep 1998: Offensive coordinator Ken Anderson of the Cincinnati Bengals looks on during a game against the Detroit Lions at the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan. The Bengals defeated the Lions 34-28. Mandatory Credit: Vincent Laforet /Allsport
13 Sep 1998: Offensive coordinator Ken Anderson of the Cincinnati Bengals looks on during a game against the Detroit Lions at the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan. The Bengals defeated the Lions 34-28. Mandatory Credit: Vincent Laforet /Allsport /

Ken Anderson

As the NFL has become more pass happy in recent years, many of Ken Anderson’s single season Bengals passing records have been broken, but he is still the all-time franchise leader in yards and touchdown passes. The 1981 NFL MVP started Cincinnati’s first Super Bowl appearance following that season.

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He has not been inducted yet. However, Anderson is also the only Bengals quarterback with a legitimate case for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. After his playing days, Anderson spent several years in Cincinnati as an offensive assistant coach.

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