The Cincinnati Bengals will look to return to the playoffs in 2018 after falling short the two few years. Cincinnati re-signed tight end Tyler Eifert in the off-season, ensuring an important piece to Marvin Lewis’ offense is back. Along with Eifert, All-Pro wide receiver A.J. Green and Brandon LaFell make up a solid group of offensive weapons for quarterback Andy Dalton. Speaking of Andy Dalton, he expects to bounce back from an off year in 2017. Giovani Bernard and second year player Joe Mixon will carry the load in the backfield, and speedster wideout John Ross will look to make an impact in 2018 after a very disappointing rookie season. When this offense is clicking on full cylinders, the Bengals can be a legitimate threat. Much of the Bengals offensive success depends on Dalton’s consistency, Green’s elite production, and the emergence of its young playmakers, Joe Mixon and John Ross.
Defensively the Bengals are led by Geno Atkins, Carlos Dunlap, and Dre Kirkpatrick. Teryl Austin will take over as defensive coordinator, looking to improve a unit that did not reach its full potential in 2017. Austin hopes to bring this defense back to its level of dominance from just a few years ago.
In 2018, Paul Brown Stadium will see the Cincinnati Bengals go to battle with the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Miami Dolphins.
Cincinnati Bengals luxury suite rentals can be rented out on a game-by-game basis. A suite at Paul Brown Stadium features HDTVs, Wi-Fi, interior/exterior seating, upscale furnishing, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated Bengals suite attendant. With your Bengals suite, you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Paul Brown Stadium and exclusive access to the VIP clubs inside. Bengals suite prices will vary for every game and will be based on who the opponent is, the date of the game and the suite location inside Paul Brown Stadium.