The 1971 Cincinnati Bengals season was the team's fourth year in professional football and the second with the National Football League (NFL). Cornerback Lemar Parrish set a team record with seven interceptions, including one for a 65-yard score, Cincinnati's first-ever interception return for a touchdown. The Bengals, coming off their first division winning season of 1970, drafted quarterback Ken Anderson in the third round of the 1971 NFL Draft. Anderson would go on to play 16 seasons for the club and set numerous team passing records. While 1971 proved to be a disappointment, losing six games by four points or less, statically this was the first year the Bengals led their opponents in almost every category.

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  • The 1971 Cincinnati Bengals season was the team's fourth year in professional football and the second with the National Football League (NFL). Cornerback Lemar Parrish set a team record with seven interceptions, including one for a 65-yard score, Cincinnati's first-ever interception return for a touchdown. The Bengals, coming off their first division winning season of 1970, drafted quarterback Ken Anderson in the third round of the 1971 NFL Draft. Anderson would go on to play 16 seasons for the club and set numerous team passing records. While 1971 proved to be a disappointment, losing six games by four points or less, statically this was the first year the Bengals led their opponents in almost every category. (en)
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  • * Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backfield – Chuck Weber * Defensive Line – Chuck Studley * Linebackers – Vince Costello
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  • * President – John Sawyer * Director of Player Personnel – Pete Brown
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  • * Quarterbacks/Receivers – Bill Walsh * Offensive Backfield – Jack Donaldson * Offensive Line – Bill Johnson
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  • The 1971 Cincinnati Bengals season was the team's fourth year in professional football and the second with the National Football League (NFL). Cornerback Lemar Parrish set a team record with seven interceptions, including one for a 65-yard score, Cincinnati's first-ever interception return for a touchdown. The Bengals, coming off their first division winning season of 1970, drafted quarterback Ken Anderson in the third round of the 1971 NFL Draft. Anderson would go on to play 16 seasons for the club and set numerous team passing records. While 1971 proved to be a disappointment, losing six games by four points or less, statically this was the first year the Bengals led their opponents in almost every category. (en)
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