Bengals Fight Song 'Bengals Growl' Will Get Cincinnati Fans Hyped Up for AFC Championship

Bengals Fight Song 'Bengals Growl' Will Get Cincinnati Fans Hyped Up for AFC Championship


The Cincinnati Bengals have made it all the way to the AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs and have the Super Bowl in their sights. Their fans are hungry for a trip the the big game for the first time since 1989 and Cincinnati's fight song 'Bengals Growl' is sure to hype them up.

Cincinnati Bengals Fight Song

Written by George "Red" Bird, the Bengals fight song is regularly played after touchdown scores in Paul Brown Stadium. It is then followed by the popular Who Dey chant. Bird was actually Browns' former neighbor before the Pro Football Hall-of-Famer founded the Bengals franchise in 1968.

It's safe to say that Cincinnati fans are ready for this highly-anticipated matchup. Of course, the Bengals took down the Chiefs by a score of 34-31 back in Week 17. However, playing in the postseason at Arrowhead Stadium is going to be no easy task for starting quarterback Joe Burrow.

Cincinnati heads into Sunday afternoon against Kansas City as 7.5-point road underdogs, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. The Bengals also have odds set at +850 to win their first Lombardi Trophy.

Bengals Growl Lyrics

Here them Bengals Growling
Mean and Angry
Here He Comes a'Prowling
Lean and Hungry
An Offensive Brute
Run, Pass, or Boot
And Defensively, He's Rough, Tough
Cincinnati Bengals!
That's the Team We're Gonna
Cheer to Victory!
Touchdown Bengals!
Get Some Points Up On That Board
And Win a Game for Cincinnati!

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