Cincinnati Bengals Posters
NFL Posters – Cincinnati Bengals
Known for years as “The Bungles,” recent team success has vaulted Cincinnati Bengals posters back into the must-have category. After all, they boast one of the most exciting offensive units in football today, and no NFL player gets more media attention that wideout Chad Johnson. AllPosters.com has a large selection to choose from, and all items are reasonably priced. Here are just a few of the options available.
Cincinnati Bengals Posters – Carson Palmer
Every team needs a big quarterback with a rifle arm, and that’s exactly what Carson Palmer is for the Cincinnati Bengals. The first overall pick in the 2003 draft, Palmer has thrown for nearly 15,000 yards in his five-year career (and he didn’t play at all in his rookie season). Of course, it helps to have targets like Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh.
If you’re a fan of Carson Palmer posters, then you have plenty of choices. By my count, there were 18 different posters and photo enlargements available. One has him taking a snap from the center, but most feature Palmer in the process of throwing the ball. My favorites are the ones which show him unloading the ball in the face of tremendous pressure from the defense.
Chad Johnson – Ocho Cinco Posters
Also known as “Ocho Cinco,” Chad Johnson is one of the most talented and flashy wide receivers in the game today. Taken in the second round of the 2001 draft, he became a major steal for the Bengals. Johnson has made the Pro Bowl in five consecutive seasons (2003 – 2007), and his showmanship on the field gets him a lot of attention.
I was hoping that one of the Chad Johnson posters would show him sporting his yellow Mohawk, but no such luck. Instead, we get a number of posters which depict him running with the ball or hauling in a pass. My favorite has to be the one where Johnson is streaking into the end zone while a Jaguars defender tries to catch up. Near the top of the poster, we can see the football spiraling its way down towards the brash receiver.
Cincinnati Bengals Posters – Anthony Munoz
A Hall of Fame offensive tackle, Munoz played his entire career with the Bengals from 1980 until 1993. He was selected to the Pro Bowl 11 times during his career, and he also played in two Super Bowls. Munoz is considered one of the greatest offensive linemen to ever play in the NFL.
The photos of Anthony Munoz aren’t real exciting, but loyal Bengals fans won’t really care. The important thing is that these photos capture a legendary player in the prime of his career.
Keith Rivers Posters – Jerome Simpson Posters
Keith Rogers, a linebacker out of USC, was the 9th overall selection of the 2008 NFL Draft and the Bengals #1 draft pick. The Bengals hope he is a bulwark of their defense for years to come. Jerome Simpson was a 2nd round wide receiver out of Coastal Carolina and Andre Caldwell was a 3rd round WR from the Florida Gators. If Chad Johnson follows through on his threats of a holdout, then either one of these rookie wideouts might end up being a Cincinnati starter this season.
Bengals Posters – Rudi Johnson
After playing running back for Auburn, Rudi Johnson was drafted in the fourth round of the 2001 draft by the Bengals. He started by backing up Corey Dillon, but he established himself as a quality runner when Dillon went down with injuries in 2003. Since then, he has rushed for 5,742 yards and 48 touchdowns.
Most of Rudi’s posters are standard stuff, but two of them picture Browns’ defenders falling down and looking stupid. I’m sure fans of the Bengals will get a kick out of that.
Cincinnati Posters – Paul Brown Stadium
Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, Paul Brown Stadium opened in 2000. The team opted not to sell the naming rights to a corporation, instead naming it after Hall of Fame coach Paul Brown, who founded both the Bengals and the Cleveland Browns. Many fans refer to the stadium as “The Jungle.”
There’s a great photo enlargement available which was taken from the top of Paul Brown Stadium. Looking down, you can barely see the players, but you can make out orange-clad fans by the thousands.
T.J. Houshmandzadeh Posters
Taken by the Bengals in the seventh round of the 2001 draft, Houshmandzadeh was teammates with Chad Johnson at Oregon State. Considered one of the league’s most underrated receivers, many fans and fantasy owners have trouble pronouncing his last name. This has led to some calling him “T.J. Houshyamomma.”
There’s lots of action in the T.J. Houshmandzadeh posters, from catching a pass with the defender draped all over him to cutting upfield to avoid a tackle. He may not be as loud as Chad Johnson, but he’s certainly just as good.