Relive four of the greatest moments in Cincinnati football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1989 Conference Championship vs Buffalo - Ickey Shuffle
1982 Conference Championship vs San Diego - The Freezer Bowl
2000 Regular Season vs Denver - Dillon's Big Day
2011 Regular Season vs Arizona - What a Flipping Play!
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1989 Conference Championship
Cincinnati vs Buffalo
21 - 10
8 January, 1989
In the late 80's, every Bengals fan was doing the Ickey Shuffle. Ickey Woods, the bruising fullback was dominating the league for a couple years. In the conference title game against the Bills, Ickey was able to celebrate with his dance twice as he led the way for Cincinnati to reach the Super Bowl.
1982 Conference Championship
The Freezer Bowl
Cincinnati vs San Diego
27 - 7
10 January, 1982
In terms of wind chill, the Freezer Bowl was the coldest game ever played at -37 °F. Battling for a spot in the Super Bowl, fans braved the cold and Cincinnati's offensive linemen famously went sleeveless. The game wasn't as close as predicted, Cincinnati dominating behind QB Ken Anderson.
2000 Regular Season
Dillon's Big Day
Cincinnati vs Denver
31 - 21
22 October, 2000
On an October afternoon, Corey Dillon put together one of the best rushing performances in the history of the game. amassing 278 yards which set the single-game record at the time. He capped off his day with a 41 yard touchdown run which broke the record and sealed the victory for Cincinnati.
2011 Regular Season
What a Flipping Play!
Cincinnati vs Arizona
23 - 16
24 December, 2011
What is arguably, or undoubtedly, the most athletic play in the history of football - Jerome Simpson front flipped over a player landing both feet in the endzone for a touchdown. He didn't roll over the man, of brush off a tackle as he flipped - he literally front flipped OVER someone. Incredible.