Bengals ‘Jungle Noise’ could be the best in the NFL, with fans creating incredible atmospheres leading up to their first Super Bowl appearance since 1989.
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The Bengals have been perhaps the biggest surprise story of the current NFL season. Pre-season, not many out there tipped the Cincinnati franchise to reach Super Bowl 56.
Well, they have! After a shock victory against the Kansas City Chiefs, tournament favorites at the time, the Bengals are ready to battle it out for the Lombardi Trophy on February 13, 2022. The Los Angeles Rams await, in Los Angeles.
With Joe Burrow & Co. playing some incredible Football, Super Bowl glory could be coming to Cincinnati.
Following Cincinnati’s win over Kansas City, Bengals legend Icky Woods delivered the Lamar Hunt Trophy to Bengals president Mike Brown. The former running back repeatedly shouted “Who Dey?!”
Although, Woods wasn’t the only man chanting the famous Bengals line. Bengals fans all around the Arrowhead Stadium could be heard as their team fought to book a place at SoFi Stadium on February 13.
Cincinnati Have Been Making ‘Jungle Noise’ All Season
The Bengals fans have not been difficult to hear this season. No matter where their team have showed up, they have too.
One game of note was Las Vegas Raiders at Cincinnati Bengals, back in January. This was the NFL Wild Card Round, taking place at the Paul Brown Stadium.
The stadium sold out that day, with a record-breaking 66,277 fans in attendance. This broke the Bengals’ previous attendance record set back in 2007, against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The players delivered for the fans that day as Cincinnati defeated Las Vegas 26-19. Well, of course they did. Otherwise we wouldn’t still be talking about the Bengals Jungle Noise today!
There is a feel-good story surrounding the Cincinnati Bengals. Even ex-Saints head coach Sean Payton is rooting for them.
As outsiders, they have grown stronger and stronger throughout the season and now find themselves just one win away from Super Bowl glory. As underdogs, the players have believed that they could overcome any challenge thrown at them this season.
Every time those Bengals players run out to ‘Welcome to the Jungle’, there is a deafening confidence heard from the fans in the stands. Everyone seems to be in this together, which is refreshing from a Football perspective.
Now, the odds are once again stacked against the Bengals as they take on the Rams. The Rams are on home turf at SoFi Stadium and are currently 4.5-point favorites at DraftKings Sportsbook.
In other words, the sportsbooks expect Los Angeles to defeat Cincinnati by four to five points on February 13. But, Cincinnati have already surprised the world of Football on many occasions this season. Why can’t they do it again?
The Cincinnati Bengals have reached the Super Bowl twice in their history prior to this season, back in 1982 and 1989. Both resulted in defeats.
Can this Bengals team finally bring success to Cincinnati? With the fans behind them, anything can happen.