In a game that could not be decided in four quarters, the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals took their Week Four battle of Ohio into overtime as Shaunn Rogers blocked Shayne Graham's game-winning extra-point with 1:55 left in regulation. In what would be a coming out party for Browns rookie wide receiver Mohammad Massaqouiùwho had eight receptions for 148 yardsùthe Browns offense showed improvement. Josh Cribbs had 223 total return yards, Jerome Harrison had 29 rushes for 121 yards, and Derek Anderson went 26-of-48 for 269 yards, one TD and a pick. While the offense compiled 395 yards, the defense was solid as well, holding Carson Palmer and the talented Bengals offense to 375 yards. You may think to yourself, "that is nothing special," but this comes from a defense who is ranked 3 ...
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