One week after a letdown of bumbling proportions in a loss to the Oakland Raiders, the Cincinnati Bengals dominated the Cleveland Browns 16-7 on Nov. 29 in a Darwinian expression of strength. The stronger Bengals overpowered Cleveland in almost every aspect of the game, resulting in a nine-point win that was never in much danger. The Cincinnati offense dominated the line of scrimmage against the Browns by frequently using six offensive linemen. When the Browns responded to seeing 6Æ9ö, 325 lb. Dennis Roland at tight end by bringing eight men into the box, Cincinnati offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski countered by having Roland kick out the backside defensive end on a stretch playùconsistently CincinnatiÆs most effective offensive play throughout the afternoon. Even other Cleveland ru ...
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