Sunday was the third time the Bengals announced attendance was less than 42,000.
Kevin Goheem of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports in an attempt to make sure the same thing doesn’t happen for the regular-season finale against Baltimore, players turned into salesmen after Saturday’s game and the team announced that it is offering a two-for-one ticket purchasing deal for season-ticket holders.
“I just want to thank the fans who were out there today,” said defensive tackle Domata Peko. “We really felt you guys out there, and that helped us out big time. I really want to encourage all of the Cincinnati fans to come out and cheer us on as we try to make the playoffs.”
Cornerback Adam Jones was in full campaign mode Saturday.
“I’m just happy for the team and the city of Cincinnati,” said Jones. “The fans did a great job getting behind us, and we need all of you this week.”
“We’re going to put all we’ve got into it to get this ‘W,’ ” said defensive end Robert Geathers. “It’s Baltimore, we’re playing at home; it’ll be a great atmosphere. I know the fans will come out. We need them to come out and give us an advantage.”
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