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2006 Cincinnati Bengals Schedule

The 2006 Cincinnati Bengals schedule produced a record of 8 wins and 8 losses, and they did not make the postseason. They had regular season wins against the Ravens, Panthers, Browns, Raiders, Chiefs, Saints and Steelers and losses against the Ravens, Falcons, Patriots, Steelers, Chargers, Broncos, Colts and Buccaneers. View the 2006 Bengals complete schedule game by game.
2006 Cincinnati Bengals Preseason Schedule
1 Washington Redskins 3 @ Cincinnati Bengals 19 Game Stats
2 Cincinnati Bengals 44 @ Buffalo Bills 31 Game Stats
3 Green Bay Packers 17 @ Cincinnati Bengals 48 Game Stats
4 Cincinnati Bengals 20 @ Indianapolis Colts 3 Game Stats
2006 Cincinnati Bengals Schedule (Record: 8 - 8 - 0)
1 Cincinnati Bengals 23 @ Kansas City Chiefs 10 Game Stats
2 Cleveland Browns 17 @ Cincinnati Bengals 34 Game Stats
3 Cincinnati Bengals 28 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 20 Game Stats
4 New England Patriots 38 @ Cincinnati Bengals 13 Game Stats
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6 Cincinnati Bengals 13 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14 Game Stats
7 Carolina Panthers 14 @ Cincinnati Bengals 17 Game Stats
8 Atlanta Falcons 29 @ Cincinnati Bengals 27 Game Stats
9 Cincinnati Bengals 20 @ Baltimore Ravens 26 Game Stats
10 San Diego Chargers 49 @ Cincinnati Bengals 41 Game Stats
11 Cincinnati Bengals 31 @ New Orleans Saints 16 Game Stats
12 Cincinnati Bengals 30 @ Cleveland Browns 0 Game Stats
13 Baltimore Ravens 7 @ Cincinnati Bengals 13 Game Stats
14 Oakland Raiders 10 @ Cincinnati Bengals 27 Game Stats
15 Cincinnati Bengals 16 @ Indianapolis Colts 34 Game Stats
16 Cincinnati Bengals 23 @ Denver Broncos 24 Game Stats
17 Pittsburgh Steelers 23 @ Cincinnati Bengals 17 Game Stats
 
 
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