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Poll: Potential Bengals Primetime Games in 2014

Which 2014 games should be in primetime for the Bengals?

Andy Lyons

The NFL is planning on releasing the full 2014 NFL schedule soon, and the Cincinnati Bengals will face a loaded schedule that features several Super Bowl contenders.

Because the Bengals made the playoffs in 2014 as division champions, they figure to have multiple primetime games, one of which likely being a divisional game.

They've played the Steelers in two-straight seasons in primetime, and they also played the Ravens on Monday Night Football in 2012. Last year saw the Bengals host the Steelers on MNF, then traveling to Pittsburgh on Sunday Night Football in Week 15.

The Ravens and Steelers have also gotten a yearly primetime game every year since 2008. In that span, they've combined for eight playoffs berths and a pair of Super Bowl titles.

The Bengals are coming off a third-straight playoff berth, but they'll need to start doing more in the postseason if they want to continue to host primetime games on a regular basis.

Here is a look at the Bengals' 2014 opponents:



Jacksonville Jaguars

Houston Texans

Tennessee Titans

Indianapolis Colts

Atlanta Falcons

New Orleans Saints

Carolina Panthers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Denver Broncos

New England Patriots

Baltimore Ravens (Div.)

Baltimore Ravens (Div.)

Pittsburgh Steelers (Div.)

Pittsburgh Steelers (Div.)

Cleveland Browns (Div.)

Cleveland Browns (Div.)