The Cincinnati Bengals have shown a lot of improvement over the last 2 years and they are expected to go even further this year. Making a playoff appearance in 2011 and 2012 Bengals tickets have become more sought after in Cincy. They have a great chance to be one of the top teams in the AFC North. Quartback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J Green are both expected to play a major part in getting the Bengals to the Superbowl this year. This is a great year for head coach Marvin Lewis to lead Dalton, Green and other key players such as Geno Atkins and Tyler Eifert to the AFC Playoffs for a shot at the Super Bowl.
The major question for the 2013 Cincinnati Bengals is: can quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green lead the team deeper into the playoffs? Compared to the franchise's recent and dismal history, the passed two season have been a breath of fresh air for Cincinnati fans. Making back-to-back playoff appearances have been a welcome accomplishment in the post-Palmer eraand has made No Fee Bengals Tickets harder to get. Although most fans can't grumble too much about the last two seasons, the cliche "steady isn't sexy" is certainly running through the minds of the players. The two playoff appearances both ended in first-round playoff losses, and last season's match against the Houston Texans was devastatingly close.
To improve upon the two early postseason exits, Dalton is going to have to do his best Boomer Esiason impression. Marvin Lewis, the team's head coach, is also going to have to learn to win in the playoffs. His 0-4 postseason record isn't impressing anyone, and his chair is going to feel very warm if the Bengals don't take advantage of the AFC North.