CINCINNATI (AP) - The Bengals have a rough first half of the season ahead of them this fall.
Four of the club's first six games are on the road, including a Sept. 21 match up in East Rutherford, N.J., with the Super Bowl-champion New York Giants.
Cincinnati heads back to Giants Stadium on Oct. 12 to play the Jets.
The Bengals also travel to Dallas and host Pittsburgh, Jacksonville and Tennessee during their first eight games. All of those teams made the playoffs last year.
Indianapolis, which also finished 13-3 in 2007, will welcome the Bengals on Dec. 7.
The Bengals start the season in Baltimore against the Ravens on Sept. 7. They'll play all Sunday games, except for a Thursday night match up with the Steelers in Pittsburgh a week before Thanksgiving.