104-Year-Old Cincinnati Bengals Superfan Readies for Birthday Game vs. Vikings With Fireball Whiskey & Football

Published 12/14/2023, 11:09 PM EST

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Fifty years after this Bengals superfan was born, the Cincinnati team came into existence. Florence Hackman might be the oldest Cincinnati Bengals fan. She has lived for over a century and will celebrate one more birthday on Saturday. What better way to celebrate a birthday than with some good whiskey and football?

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A tweet from MLFootball tells us more about the Bengals’ superfan Flo and what she likes besides football. If the Bengals make it to the playoffs this year, she might get a gift for her birthday and possibly a Christmas gift. Unfortunately, the Bengals have yet to rake in a Super Bowl victory, but they may have a better future.

Florence ‘Flo’ Hackman might be the oldest Cincinnati Bengals fan crossing 105

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It’s true; Flo is turning 105 years old on Saturday, and she decided to celebrate her birthday by watching the Cincinnati Bengals vs. the Minnesota Vikings game. She will celebrate the day with fireball whiskey and football, an unmatched combo. Apart from her love for whiskey and football, she is also fond of firefighters, a noble choice indeed.

The tweet from MLFootball says, “AWESOME: Florence “Flo” Hackman is a #Bengals super fan and is turning 105 YEARS OLD and is celebrating during Saturday’s game with fireball whiskey & football. Her 3 favorite things will be at the party, whiskey, firefighters, and the #Bengals. GOD BLESS FLO👏👏👏

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Although the Bengals are fourth in the AFC North, after a long time, Flo might get to watch something that might be worth her time. The Vikings and Colts game was a shocker, as the Vikings secured a victory in the last legs of the game. As for the Bengals, the new quarterback, Jake Browning, is doing his best to fill in Joe Burrow’s shoes.

The same goes for Josh Dobbs, who took over the Vikings after Kirk Cousins suffered a season-ending injury. Another reason this game would be exciting is because both teams have a 7-6 record and are equally desperate to make it to the playoffs this season. There are other reasons this game is worth watching.

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After a long time, Ja’Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson might stand against each other in the playoffs. J Jetta took a chest hit and is questionable to play against Cincinnati, but then again, he might play. This would be exciting as these WRs are ex-LSU mates and used to run laps around everyone during college.

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Hopefully, Jefferson returns, and Flo and we will see a neck-to-neck game as they fight for a spot in the playoffs. Also, this game is symbolic because the QB1s of both teams suffered a season-ending injury, and their backups are doing a phenomenal job.

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Who would you cheer for? Let us know below.

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