Dec 22, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (12) attempts to catch the ball over Minnesota Vikings cornerback Chris Cook (20) in the second quarter of the game at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowksi-USA TODAY Sports

Bengals look to go 8-0 at home

For the 4th time in franchise history, the Cincinnati Bengals will be looking to go 8-0 at home this season when they face off against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday afternoon.

The Bengals are currently ranked third in the AFC playoff picture with a record of 10-5 which means if they win on Sunday they will be assured of  hosting at least a wild-card game in the postseason.

“Well, it’s a tremendous thing for our fans,” said head coach Marvin Lewis during a recent press conference. “They’ve been awesome. There’s an advantage you gain at home, and we want to keep building that. I want them to understand that there is really an involvement they can have at these home games, and to me this is the best thing about the NFL. You want to come to the football game and enjoy the atmosphere. It’s a great thing.”

Cincinnati could actually capture the #2 seed in the AFC with a win and a New England loss to Buffalo.

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