Rudi Johnson ran for a touchdown and Carson Palmer hit Tony Stewart for another score as the Bengals built a 17-0 halftime lead and held on for the road win.
Nov. 14, 1999 – Tennessee Titans 24, Cincinnati Bengals 14 at Cinergy Field
Tremain Mack returned the second-half kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown to get the Bengals within 14-7, but it wasn’t enough to overcome 123 yards and two touchdowns by Tennessee running back Eddie George.
Nov. 14, 1993 – Houston Oilers 38, Cincinnati Bengals 3
One year after catching three touchdown passes in a win against the Bengals and tying a Cincinnati franchise record for most by an opponent, Houston wide receiver Haywood Jeffires did it again, hooking up with Warren Moon for scores of 21, 6 and 12 yards in a span of nine minutes and 52 seconds. The 35-point loss was the largest in Bengals history at the time but since has been surpassed in a pair of 37-0 losses to Baltimore in 2000 and the New York Jets in the 2009 finale.
Nov. 14, 1976 – Cincinnati Bengals 31, Houston Oilers 27 at Riverfront Stadium
The Bengals rallied from a 13-0 deficit on the strength of a pair of Bob Trumpy touchdown catches and won a thriller that featured three fourth-quarter lead changes, the last of which came on Ken Anderson’s 47-yard touchdown pass to Isaac Curtis with 42 seconds remaining.
Nov. 14, 1971 – Cincinnati Bengals 24, Denver Broncos 10 at Mile High Stadium
Virgil Carter threw touchdown passes to Bruce Coslet and Essex Johnson as the Bengals improved to 2-7 in what remains only one of two victories the team has recorded in Denver.