Battle of Ohio: Browns beat the Bengals 37-34


CLEVELAND (WJW) — The Cleveland Browns beat the Cincinnati Bengals in the season’s second Battle of Ohio.

The Bengals were quick to score in the first quarter with Joe Burrow making a one-yard rush.

After the first quarter, the Browns announced that Odell Beckham Jr. would not return to the game due to a knee injury.

Cody Parkey made a 42-yard field goal for the Browns in the second quarter. The Bengals then landed a field goal of their own, boosting their lead. (10-3)

Late in the second quarter, Baker Mayfield threw a 3-yard pass to Harrison Bryant for a touchdown. Browns catch up to Bengals, teams tied 10-10.

Joe Burrow helped the Bengals get their lead back in the third quarter with a throw to Tyler Boyd for a touchdown. It didn’t last long though, Harrison Bryant then scored a TD with help from Baker Mayfield.

Mayfield kept the momentum going in the fourth with a pass to David Njoku for another touchdown.

As the fourth quarter continued, the Browns were up once again, thanks to a Hunt-caught touchdown.

The Bengals capitalized on what they needed to do, but the Browns came up in the final seconds getting another touchdown. The score at the end of the game was 37-34.

Nick Chubb and Baker Mayfield had a field day against the Bengals a month ago, Mayfield threw for two scores and Chubb ran for two. 

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