New Orleans Saints vs. Cincinnati Bengals on October 16, 2022


Coming off a 39-32 victory over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, aided by a combination of opportune plays on offense, defense and special teams, the New Orleans Saints will look to secure their first winning streak of the season and will look to put themselves in position to potentially move into a top spot in the NFC South, when they host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at noon (CT).

The Saints-Bengals series are tied 7-7 heading into Sunday’s game. The teams first met in 1970, when the Saints lost 26-6 in Cincinnati. They did not see each other for five years, when the two teams christened the Superdome for the regular season opener, a 21-0 Bengals win. Three years later, the Saints recorded their first win over Cincinnati, a 17-7 home win, which was also Saints signalman Archie Manning’s final win at the Superdome. The two clubs shared their next meetings, while the Saints won the next three. The Bengals went on to win three straight until New Orleans broke the skid in 2010 with a 34-30 victory at Paul Brown Stadium when QB Drew Brees became the franchise’s all-time leader in terms passing footage. The Bengals beat the Saints 27-10 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on November 16, 2014 and the Saints returned the favor with a 51-14 thrashing at Paul Brown Stadium on November 11, 2018 in what was their biggest margin of victory. on a road. competitions in the history of the club. Five of the series’ games were decided by a touchdown or less.


Fans can catch the action on the following TV channels:

  • Announcers: Greg Gumbel (play-by-play), Adam Archuleta (color analyst) and AJ Ross (sideline)
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