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Bengals end NFL’s longest conference championship game drought, earn first road playoff win in team history

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With the win, Cincinnati advances to the AFC Championship Game for the first time since the 1988 season – ending the longest conference title game drought in the NFL at 33 years. The Cleveland Browns now own the longest conference title game drought, not advancing that far in the playoffs since the 1989 season.

The Bengals never won a road playoff game in franchise history before Saturday’s win over the Titans, losing their previous seven appearances. The Titans have not won a playoff game in Nashville since the 2002 AFC Divisional Round against the Pittsburgh Steelers and have lost their last four playoff games at home.

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