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If the Cincinnati Bengals were a revered monument, which names and faces would comprise its facade? To answer this question, one must think long and hard about the people who have had the most influence on the franchise over the years. To be sure, Paul Brown would have to be included in the short list of names. But who else would make the cut?No monument is complete without a marquee designating its significance. The Cincinnati Bengals Mount Rushmore is no different. The sign at the base of this famous rock structure would have to include current head coach Marvin Lewis. Although he has led Cincinnati to four playoff appearances during his tenure, he has zero playoff wins and nothing to show for it. Until he is victorious in the postseason, Lewis doesn’t make the cut. Now enjoy my slideshow and see the iconic figureheads who represent my Cincinnati Bengals Mount Rushmore. 
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