By Robb Hoff @NFLNostradamus on April 25, 2014
The Cincinnati Bengals were one-and-done in the playoffs for a third straight year, losing at home against the San Diego Chargers last year. During the 2014 regular season, the Bengals will have to prove their worth against the other AFC division winners from last year if they hope to advance to the playoffs for a fourth straight year.
When the Cincinnati Bengals face the Denver Broncos in Week 16 on Monday Night Football, both teams may be playing with a lot of postseason implications on the line.
The 2014 Week 5 rematch between the Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots takes place at Foxboro. Last year, the Bengals beat the Patriots 13-7 in Week 5 and snapped QB Tom Brady's 52-game TD throwing streak.
The Cincinnati Bengals claimed a 42-28 home win against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 14 last year, but will have to play in Indy this year in Week 7.
No better way for the Cincinnati Bengals to open the 2014 season than with a road game against AFC North rival Baltimore Ravens. The Bengals played one of their worst games of the regular season last year on the road against the Ravens and lost in overtime 20-17.
The Cincinnati Bengals finish 2014 like they will begin the season -- on the road against an AFC North rival. The Bengals lost to the Steelers on the road last year, and this year's season finale against the Steelers will range from the least important game the Bengals play all season to the most important, depending upon how the rest of 2014 unfolds.
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