Bengals-Browns: Cincinnati Runs Over Hapless Northeast Neighbors

Posted: 29th November 2009 by Eric Ball in NFL
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The Cincinnati Bengals played the ball control game as they ran the rock down the Cleveland Browns' throats in a 16-7 workman-like victory. The Bengals held the ball for just over 38 minutes as they rushed for 210 yards on the ground.
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The Browns were simply unable to stop the Bengals two-headed rushing attack of Larry Johnson and Bernard Scott. With Cedric Benson out for the second-straight game with a hip injury, the team continued to impose its will in the running game. Johnson had 22 carries for 107 yards; Scott had 87 yards on 18 carries.
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The stellar play of the Benglas defense continued Sunday. An overmatched Brady Quinn looked awful, going 15/34 for 100 yards. ThatÆs a 51.3 QB rating. He threw behind several receivers. His passes too often were at the shoelaces ...

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