The Cincinnati Bengals set a new record on Thursday night against the Miami Dolphins.
Cincinnati announced that the attendance for the game against the Dolphins at Paycor stadium was 67,260.
The announced crowd broke the previous record set during the AFC Wild Card game last season.
Cincinnati with a record-breaking attendance tonight. Announced as 67,260, breaking the mark from the AFC Wild Card game at the end of last season.— Ben Baby (@Ben_Baby) September 30, 2022
Despite the slow start to the season, it’s clear that Bengals fans are passionate about this team. And they showed up in a big way for a big game against the Dolphins.
Cincinnati fans have been begging for a reason to cheer. The Bengals, led by quarterback Joe Burrow, are giving them that reason. And the fans are making the most of it.
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