Photo of Cincinnati Bengals players warming up at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Our staff made the mistake of going to the Buffalo Bills - vs. Cincinnati Bengals game on Sunday November 21st, 2010 at Paul Brown Stadium. You don't need a recap. The Bengals blew a huge first half lead and lets just say that the Bengals fan base were not that surprised.

Our seats were in section 148, row 9, seat 7. These seats are in the corner end zone and offer an outstanding view of the field. You are very close to the action. Face value in 2010 for these seats was in the $85 range, we paid $100 for two tickets since both teams were way out of playoff contention. The atmosphere was lousy; hard to get fired up when your team is 2-7. We also sat in this section in 2009 when the Houston Texans came to town and do not expect a rowdy section in 148. Some older fans may view this as a good thing, but we love lively fans! Snag these seats for any game, you will not regret it.

We parked one block north of the Fountain Square parking garage, which was also $10 to park. Alcohol prices keep climbing, so expect to pay upwards of $8 for a beer. Disgruntled football fans say that they will not go back, that we're tired of wasting our money but true fans always come back. We will be back at Paul Brown Stadium soon enough to root on the Bengals!


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