Nov. 5, 2006 – Baltimore Ravens 26, Cincinnati Bengals 20 at M&T Bank Stadium
The Ravens held Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer to 12 of 26 passing for 194 yards while intercepting him twice. Ed Reed returned the first pick 25 yards for a touchdown that gave Baltimore a 14-0 lead in the first quarter.
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Nov. 5, 2000 – Baltimore Ravens 27, Cincinnati Bengals 7 at Paul Brown Stadium
Trent Dilfer threw three first-half touchdown passes, two of which went to future Hall of Fame tight end Shannon Sharpe, and Marvin Lewis’ Baltimore defense held the Bengals to 174 total yards as the eventual Super Bowl champions snapped a three-game winning steak with their first of 11 consecutive wins.
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Nov. 5, 1995 – Oakland Raiders 20, Cincinnati Bengals 17 at Riverfront Stadium
Harvey Williams ran for 134 yards and a touchdown and Jeff Hostetler threw for 178 yards and a score while the Raiders defense kept the Bengals out of the end zone until only 34 seconds remained.
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Nov. 5, 1989 – Los Angeles Raiders 28, Cincinnati Bengals 7 at Los Angeles Coliseum
Bo Jackson ran for 159 yards and two touchdowns, including a 92-yarder that still stands as the longest rushing play in Bengals history by an opponent. LA quarterback Jay Schroeder only completed eight passes, but two of them resulted in scores, including an 84-yarder to Willie Gault that remains tied for the fifth longest passing play by a Bengals opponent.
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Nov. 5, 1978 – San Diego Chargers 22, Cincinnati Bengals 13 at San Diego Stadium
The Chargers intercepted Ken Anderson three times, one of which Mike Fuller returned 21 yards for a touchdown, while jumping out to a 22-0 lead. The loss dropped the Bengals to 1-9.
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Nov. 5, 1972 – Pittsburgh Steelers 40, Cincinnati Bengals 17 at Three Rivers Stadium
Terry Bradshaw threw for three touchdowns, and Franco Harris ran for a 101 yards and a score as the Steelers built a 26-0 halftime lead and coasted from there. Bengals starter Ken Anderson was benched for Virgil Carter, who came in and threw for 156 yards and a touchdown.