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.
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.
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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