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AFC North Rivals Clash When Bengals Host Browns

State rivals will meet at Paul Brown Stadium this week when the Bengals host the Browns.  At the beginning of the season the Browns were picked to finish behind the Bengals in the AFC North.  However, 15 weeks into the season, the Browns are 9-and-5 and are a half-game behind the first-place Steelers in the division.  Meantime, the Bengals are 5-and-9 and will miss the playoffs for a second consecutive season.  The Browns won for the seventh time in nine games after beating the Buffalo Bills 8-0 last week.  Jamal Lewis rumbled for 163 yards for Cleveland, which is trying to clinch its first postseason berth since 2002.  The Bengals lost 20-13 to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 15.  Cincinnati is just 4-and-3 at home this season.  The two squads combined to score 96 points when the Browns beat the Bengals in Week Two.

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One Response to “AFC North Rivals Clash When Bengals Host Browns”

  1. Dan says:

    I have posted to other sites all football season. I have said that Anderson is not the QB and he is a fluke. I think the 1st half of todays game proved it. He has the lowest completion percentage of all the starters in the NFL. He only had 14 interceptions going into today but the was still 4th highest in the AFC. I have never seen a QB miss so many dump offs to the running backs or short slants over the middle.
    He has just thrown his 4th interception against the Bengals. HE HAS GOT TO GO !!! Now!!
    Edwards dropped 2 right in his hands, Anderson missing receivers, missed tackles, Joe J missed one in his hands.
    We had Oakland beat, we had Pittsburgh (2nd game) beat, and we had Arizona beat. We should be 12 – 2 right now, battling for some home field advantage.

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