Fans of winless Bengals flood site with tickets, some below face value

CINCINNATI -- Disappointed fans of the winless Cincinnati Bengals are trying to unload thousands of tickets for remaining
home games, many of them well below face value.

The online ticket agency StubHub.com has 3,000 tickets for
Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. At least 4,000
tickets are available for each of the remaining games.

Some sellers don't care about making a profit. There are $64
tickets priced as low as $24.

According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, more than 4,100 tickets are unsold for the Bengals' Nov. 2 game against Jacksonville, and more than 5,000 tickets are currently available for games against Baltimore, Washington and Kansas City.

The Bengals are 0-6 after losing to the New York Jets last

Longtime fan Steve Carr told the Enquirer it's gotten so he
can't even bear to watch the team on TV.

"It's not worth it," Carr, a longtime fan, told the newspaper. "I was yelling at the TV watching that game" Sunday, a 26-14 Cincinnati loss.

Coach Marvin Lewis said he shares that frustration and feels
responsible, adding he hopes fans will wait patiently for a

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.