The Cincinnati Bengals improved their record to 8-3 after a 16-7 win over the 1-10 Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Here are a few important notes regarding Cincinnati's big win. á Bengals Take Advantage of Browns Weak Rushing Defense Similar to the game against the Oakland Raiders, the Bengals knew the best way to beat the Browns was through a powerful running attack...only this time, they wanted to end up winning. The Bengals could not have asked for a better performance against the Browns' 29th-ranked rushing defense. After just two carries the previous week against the Raiders, running back Larry Johnson recorded his first 100-yard game of the season, rushing for 107 yards on 22 carries. Even rookie running back Bernard Scott, who made his second-straight start, managed to gain 87 yards. O ...
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