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Cincinnati Bengals 2019 schedule release: Games, dates and times

It’s been a rough stretch for a team that was a playoff mainstay not too long ago. Can the Cincinnati Bengals get back on track this upcoming season?

After 16 seasons with Marvin Lewis as their head coach, the Cincinnati Bengals are starting over once again with former Los Angeles Rams’ quarterback coach Zac Taylor at the controls. The team looks to end a three-year stretch of subpar finishes. After reaching the playoffs every year from 2011-15, the franchise owns a combined 19-28-1 record the past three seasons.

Taylor has offensive weapons at his disposal with quarterback Andy Dalton, running back Joe Mixon and wideouts A.J. Green and Tyler Boyd. But can new defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo fix a group that allowed the most total yards and passing yards in the league this past season?

When the Cincinnati Bengals’ schedule is announced, we will update immediately. Here are the team’s 2019 opponents, home and away.

Home: Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Arizona Cardinals, Jacksonville Jaguars, New England Patriots, New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers

Away: Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Buffalo Bills, Los Angeles Rams, Miami Dolphins, Oakland Raiders, Seattle Seahawks

Here is how the complete schedule, week-by-week, lays out for the Bengals:

Week 1: Opponent and time TBA
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Week 17: Opponent and time TBA

Per usual, the franchise wasn’t overly active during free agency. The club added cornerback B.W. Webb and defensive tackle Kerry Wynn from the New York Giants and signed guard John Miller away from the Buffalo Bills.

This past year, the Cincinnati Bengals finished last in the AFC North for the first time since 2010. Are they capable of bouncing back and once again being a factor in the divisional race? The team will require an excellent draft to shore up some major areas.

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