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1983 Cincinnati Bengals season

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Head coach  Forrest Gregg
Home field  Riverfront Stadium
Division place  3rd AFC Central
General manager  Paul Brown
Record  9-7
Playoff finish  did not qualify

The 1983 Cincinnati Bengals season was the team's 16th year in professional football and its 14th with the National Football League (NFL).

The Bengals started the season by losing six of their first seven games and finished 9-7. Despite the record, the Bengals claimed the top overall defense in the NFL. In the offseason, Forrest Gregg resigned as head coach and Sam Wyche was named as his replacement.

Awards and records

  • Passing: Ken Anderson (297 Att, 198 Comp, 2333 Yds, 66.7 Pct, 12 TD, 13 Int, 85.6 Rating)
  • Rushing: Pete Johnson (210 Att, 763 Yds, 3.6 Avg, 16 Long, 14 TD)
  • Receiving: Cris Collinsworth (66 Rec, 1130 Yds, 17.1 Avg, 63 Long, 5 TD)
  • Scoring: Jim Breech, 87 points (16 FG; 39 PAT)
  • References

    1983 Cincinnati Bengals season Wikipedia

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