The Cincinnati Bengals remain undefeated: 8-0 #TNF

Posted By on November 6, 2015

It was an exciting night watching the Cincinnati Bengals host the Cleveland Browns on CBS's Thursday Night Football. We call it “the battle for Ohio” and the game pits my TWO home teams against each other (we lived 13 years in Cleveland). This year it is more important than ever for the Bengals as they are having a great season and the best start in their franchise history.

The game started with Cincinnati taking an early but only modest lead and going into the second half up by only 4 points. Still the Bengals looked better and relatively mistake free — their Achilles heel. By the end of the 3rd quarter, Cincinnati extended their lead by adding 3 more points with a combination of short passes and a solid running game.

Then we come to the 4th quarter … and the best team started to really shine. I felt bad for the Cleveland Browns and their fans as they really looked as they didn't belong on the same field. Both the offense and defense for Cincinnati dominated giving the Bengals another win keeping their season undefeated at 8-0. Final score was CIN 31 – CLE 10. On both sides of the ball, the Bengals look like they are for real this year.

 

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