Writer ranks Cincinnati worst among 30 National Football League cities's Ben Volin ranked Cincinnati dead last among the 30 National Football League cities, adding that there's "not much going on in downtown Cincinnati ... and Bengals games are rarely exciting."

Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Sam Hubbard (94) rushes New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) as he throws in the second quarter of the NFL Week 15 game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the New England Patriots at Paul Brown Stadium in downtown Cincinnati on Sunday, Dec. 15, 2019. The Patriots led 13-10 at the half.

Volin on ranking Cincinnati 30th out of 30 "based on the fan experience":

30. Cincinnati: The ribs at Montgomery Inn are great. And you can stay across the river in Covington to cross Kentucky off your list of states visited. But there’s not much going on in downtown Cincinnati, the stadium has no tailgating space, and Bengals games are rarely exciting.

Volin said his rankings "factor in tourist attractions, weather, stadium atmosphere, ticket availability, and accessibility to the stadium." He ranked New Orleans, Green Bay, Miami, Las Vegas and Buffalo in his top five.

Volin, who covers the Patriots, ranked New England 20th.

Last season, the Bengals earned three of their four wins at Paul Brown Stadium, and only lost two home games by more than three points.

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