5 Biggest Games On Cincinnati Bengals’ 2016 NFL Schedule

By Taylor Sturm

The end to the Cincinnati Bengals‘ 2015 campaign was disappointing to say the least, but the team returns enough talent to be a legitimate playoff contender once again in 2016. Navigating the AFC North will be a different story, however, as the Pittsburgh Steelers are a legitimate Super Bowl contender — but so are the Bengals. Here are the five biggest games for the Bengals’ upcoming 2016 season.

5 Biggest Games On Cincinnati Bengals’ 2016 NFL Schedule
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Sept. 18 at Pittsburgh Steelers

Sept. 18 at Pittsburgh Steelers Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
Talk about a trial by fire, the Bengals’ second game of the season is a road matchup with the Steelers.

Sept. 18 at Pittsburgh Steelers

Talk about a trial by fire, the Bengals’ second game of the season is a road matchup with the Steelers.

Oct. 30 vs. Washington Redskins

Oct. 30 vs. Washington Redskins Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
This will be the Bengals’ first ever game in London. Washington is a good team that could definitely make the playoffs.

Oct. 30 vs. Washington Redskins

This will be the Bengals’ first ever game in London. Washington is a good team that could definitely make the playoffs.

Nov. 27 at Baltimore Ravens

Nov. 27 at Baltimore Ravens Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
To win the AFC North, the Bengals must avoid losing road games to the Ravens and Browns. With Cleveland being a train wreck, the matchup with Baltimore is much more significant.

Nov. 27 at Baltimore Ravens

To win the AFC North, the Bengals must avoid losing road games to the Ravens and Browns. With Cleveland being a train wreck, the matchup with Baltimore is much more significant.

Dec. 24 at Houston Texans

Dec. 24 at Houston Texans Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
Houston has some problems at quarterback, but the rest of this team is extremely solid. In a road game right before the last game of the season, a loss in this one could mean the difference between winning the division or barely making the playoffs.

Dec. 24 at Houston Texans

Houston has some problems at quarterback, but the rest of this team is extremely solid. In a road game right before the last game of the season, a loss in this one could mean the difference between winning the division or barely making the playoffs.

Dec. 18 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Dec. 18 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
A home game against the Bengals’ seemingly lone competition to win the AFC North is going to be the biggest game Cincinnati plays in the regular season.

Dec. 18 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

A home game against the Bengals’ seemingly lone competition to win the AFC North is going to be the biggest game Cincinnati plays in the regular season.

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