2001 Cincinnati Bengals schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
6-10-0 0-0 4800 3088 1712 37 294 4832 3157 1675 28 281
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The Cincinnati Bengals' thirty-fourth season was in 2001, playing their home games at Paul Brown Stadium. During the offseason they promoted Dick LeBeau to lead the team. LeBeau previously was the interim head coach/assistant head coach/defensive coordinator of the Cincinnati Bengals and had twenty-eight years of coaching experience in the NFL. They finished the season 6-10-0, 4-4-0 at home and 2-6-0 on the road.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 New England Patriots 23-17
Week 2 Baltimore Ravens 21-10
Week 3 @ San Diego Chargers 14-28
Week 4 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 7-16
Week 5 Cleveland Browns 24-14
Week 6 Chicago Bears 0-24
Week 7 @ Detroit Lions 31-27
Week 9 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 13-30
Week 10 Tennessee Titans 7-20
Week 11 @ Cleveland Browns 0-18
Week 12 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13-16
Week 13 Jacksonville Jaguars 10-14
Week 14 @ New York Jets 14-15
Week 15 @ Baltimore Ravens 0-16
Week 16 Pittsburgh Steelers 26-23
Week 17 @ Tennessee Titans 23-21

2001 Cincinnati Bengals Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Dick LeBeau Offensive Coordinator: Bob Bratkowski Defensive Coordinator: Mark Duffner Quarterbacks Coach: Ken Anderson Wide Receivers Coach: Steve Mooshagian Offensive Line Coach: Paul Alexander Running Backs Coach: Jim Anderson Tight Ends Coach: Frank Verducci Offensive Assistant Coach: John Garrett Defensive Line Coach: Tim Krumrie Linebackers Coach: Mark Duffner Safeties Coach: Ray Horton Cornerbacks Coach: Kevin Coyle Defensive Assistant Coach: Louie Cioffi Special Teams Coach: Al Roberts Strength and Conditioning Coach: Kim Wood Strength Assistant: Rodney Holman