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It took three years before the Cincinnati Bengals franchise began playing for the American Football League in the 1968 season. The birth of the franchise can be attributed to Paul Brown, the previous head coach of Cleveland Browns who left the team in 1962. The talk to start another pro American football franchise in Ohio began in 1965 between Paul Brown and then-Ohio Governor Jim Rhodes. The following year, the Riverfront Stadium began its construction and was completed in 1970. In 1967, a franchise was awarded by the AFL to the group led by Brown and they began playing pro football in 1968. The name Bengals was used in honor of the previous Cincinnati’s pro American football teams in the 1930s and 1940s. Brown also became the coach of the team during its first eight years and after his coaching duties, he ran the organization as general manager.
Since the Riverfront Stadium was under construction, the team played at the Nippert Stadium and their maiden game was a win against the Denver Broncos. They finished their first season with the most wins of any expansion team at that time. Improvements began for the team, and in 1970 they were crowned as the Central division champion of the AFC. An unheralded QB ran the show for the Bengals from 1971. QB Ken Anderson was selected in the third round of the draft and he led the Bengals’ offense in his 16 seasons. In 1981, the Bengals revealed their new uniforms featuring helmets with a tiger-striped design as well as in their pants and jerseys. This also led them to the AFC title, but they lost in the ensuing Super Bowl XVI against San Francisco 49ers. In the 1988 season, the Bengals were again crowned as the AFC champions, but were unable to win the Super Bowl XXIII. They lost to the 49ers thanks in part to the 49ers QB Joe Montana and his last-minute touchdown pass. The most outstanding Bengal player to date is Anthony Muñoz.