Cincinnati Bengals to Open 2022 Season at Home Against AFC North Rival

CINCINNATI — The Bengals will start the season at Paul Brown Stadium for a third consecutive year.

Cincinnati will host Pittsburgh on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 1 pm ET according to NFL Insider Malik Wright.

The Bengals swept the Steelers last season for the first time since 2009. They’ll look to keep the streak alive against a Pittsburgh team that will be without star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The veteran retired this offseason. Look for Mitch Trubisky or first round selection Kenny Pickett to be under center for the Steelers.

Wright is also reporting that the Bengals will play in Dallas against the Cowboys in Week 2, they’ll travel to Cleveland to play the Browns in Week 8 and host the Bills in Week 17. Both games against Cleveland and Buffalo are on Monday Night Football.

The entire schedule will be released tonight at 8 pm ET.

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