Bengals steamroll Browns 37-3

December 13, 2015

Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals obliterated Austin Davis and the Cleveland Browns. The Bengals improved to 10-2, and are now in first place in AFC North. Cleveland has fallen to 2-10, and they are fourth in AFC North.

The Bengals will play on Sunday, Dec. 13, against the Pittsburg Steelers. Pittsburg is 7-5 and is currently in second place in AFC North.

Cleveland will play the San Francisco 49ers next on Sunday, Dec. 13. San Francisco is 4-8, and is tied for third in NFC West.

Andy Dalton threw for 220 yards, completing 14 out of 19 passes. Dalton had two touchdowns on the night.

Jeremy Hill, who’s been rather quiet this year, led the Bengals in rushing. Hill carried the ball 22 times for 98 yards. He had one touchdown, and his longest rush was 17 yards.

A.J. Green led the team in receiving. He caught five passes for 128 yards. Green had one touchdown on the night, and his longest reception was 57 yards.

Austin Davis, who filled in for Andy Dalton, had 230 yards through the air. He had one interception on the night.

Isaiah Crowell led Cleveland in rushing. He carried the ball 11 times for 62 yards. His longest rush of the game was 23 yards.

Brian Hartline led the Browns in receiving. Hartline caught eight passes for 83 yards. His longest reception of the game was 17 yards.

I expected the Bengals to win, but not by that much. With Austin Davis, I figured they’d get more than a field goal out of the game, like at least one touchdown. But the Browns are a mess right now, and Mike Pettine is definitely on the hot seat.

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