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Cincinnati Bengals Records

Listed below are Cincinnati Bengals Records, Firsts, Odds & Ends.

First Draft Pick: Bob Johnson, C, Tennessee, 1968.

First Regular-Season Game: A 13-29 loss to the San Diego Chargers, 9/6/68.

First Regular-Season Win: A 24-10 victory over the Denver Broncos, 9/15/68.

First Pass Reception: Running back Tom Smiley caught a 2-yard pass from quarterback Dewey Warren on the second play in Bengals history, 9/6/68.

First Regular-Season Touchdown: A 2-yard run by running back Paul Robinson vs. the San Diego Chargers, 9/6/68.

First Winning Season: 1970 (8-6-0).

First Playoff Appearance: A 17-0 loss to the Baltimore Colts, 12/26/70.

First Super Bowl Appearance: A 26-21 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XVI, 1/24/82.

First To Rush 100 Yards in a Game: Paul Robinson, 157 yards vs. the Oakland Raiders, 10/27/68.

First 1,000-Yard Rusher: Paul Robinson, 1,023 yards (1968).

First to Pass 400 Yards in a Game: Ken Anderson, 447 yards, 11/17/75.

First All-League Selection: Paul Robinson, All-AFL in 1968.
First Long-Time Bengal Elected to Hall of Fame: Anthony Muñoz, 1998.

Most Career Rushing Yards: Corey Dillon, 8,061 yards (1997-2003).

Most Career Passing Yards: Ken Anderson, 32,838 yards (1971-86).

Most Career Receptions: Carl Pickens, 530 receptions (1992-99).

All-Time Leading Scorer: Jim Breech, 1,151 points (1980-92).

Original Home Field
: Nippert Stadium

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