Although it hasn't been discussed much recently, Cincinnati Bengals fans know there's a longstanding debate on who originated the "Who Dey" chant and the "Who Dat?" Football fans in Cincinnati believe their slogan came first, while fans in New Orleans disagree. During the
The Cincinnati Bengals adopted the phrase “Who Dey,” a riddle to bring Saints started the Who Dat chant in the late s and early s.
Some fans would do the chant and other fans would reply, “Nobody! We Dey!” after the Steelers defeated the Bengals in last season's.
We get to the heart of Who Dey, the heart of the city, the tribal chant. And the truncated Bengals battle cry is everywhere this season. . Bill Cowher, the former Steelers coach, mocked the Bengals after a Pittsburgh victory.
 There is a long-standing debate between the Saints and Bengals fan bases over which one originated the chant from their culture.
Ryan Shazier has fun with Bengals' 'Who Dey' chant Shazier and the Steelers' No.3 ranked defense will not only look to continue their recent.
15, to out-Steeler the Steelers to win the brutal War of that crowd behind the Bengals bench chants alternately, "Who Dey," and.