Jonathan India and other Reds players congratulate Super Bowl bound Bengals

Cincinnati Reds rookie Jonathan India rounds the bases after hitting a home run.
Cincinnati Reds rookie Jonathan India rounds the bases after hitting a home run. / Albert Cesare / The Enquirer / USA TODAY

On Sunday night, the city of Cincinnati experienced a level of euphoria they've not had since 1988. The Cincinnati Bengals are going to the Super Bowl. That still seems odd to type. Joe Burrow led his squad into Arrowhead Stadium, overcame a huge deficit, and took home the AFC Championship.

While Who Dey Nation had the Bengals' backs all season, Reds Country jumped on the bandwagon as well. Several members of the Cincinnati Reds hopped onto social media last night with words of encouragement and celebration for their neighbors along the banks of the Ohio River.

Jonathan India and other Reds celebrates the Bengals win.

Jonathan India, who was part of the tailgating festivities a couple weeks ago prior to the Bengals Wild Card Game win, took to Twitter saying the win was unbelievable. It'll be curious if the reigning Rookie of the Year grabs a flight out to Los Angeles in two weeks.

Fellow rookie Tyler Stephenson, who's been following the Bengals throughout the playoffs, was wearing a Tee Higgins jersey while celebrating Cincinnati's trip to Super Bowl XVI. The Reds backstop knows how much that victory means to the Queen City. Stephenson also appears to be looking for tickets to the big game.

Cincinnati Reds pitcher Amir Garrett got into the celebration as well. Looks like we can count on AG to be at Super Bowl XVI, as the reliever retweeted an image with the caption, "See you there gang. Who Dey!"

Even former Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart got into it last night. Though he was dealt to the Detroit Tigers earlier this offseason, Barnhart still has affinity for the fans of Cincinnati who treated him so well over the years.

This is quite the treat for the city of Cincinnati who's waited so long for their beloved Bengals to reach the Super Bowl. After drafting busts like David Klingler Akili Smith, it appears that the Bengals have finally found their guy in Joe Burrow.

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I'm sure the Reds and their fanbase will be fully behind the Bengals as the team heads to LA in search of the first title for the city of Cincinnati since the Redlegs' wire-to-wire victory in the 1990 World Series. With the MLB lockout in full swing, at least Reds Country will have something to occupy their time for the next couple of weeks.