With the Cincinnati Bengals and New England Patriots clinching their respective divisions on Sunday, Cincinnati's opponents for the 2014 regular season was determined.
Cincinnati's schedule will feature the NFC South and the AFC South, as well as two games against each AFC North opponent. The final two games will be against teams finishing in first place in the AFC West and the AFC East -- who are now known as the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots.
The Bengals will host their three AFC North opponents at Paul Brown Stadium with the Denver Broncos, Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, and Atlanta Falcons coming to Cincinnati. The Bengals will play away games at New England, Houston, Indianapolis, New Orleans and Tampa Bay, along with their three division opponents.
The actual schedule won't be announced until next spring.
It looks like a tough one.
|Denver Broncos||New England Patriots|
|Jacksonville Jaguars||Houston Texans|
|Tennessee Titans||Indianapolis Colts|
|Atlanta Falcons||New Orleans Saints|
|Carolina Panthers||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
|Baltimore Ravens||Baltimore Ravens|
|Pittsburgh Steelers||Pittsburgh Steelers|
|Cleveland Browns||Cleveland Browns|