Baker’s Browns beat Burrow’s Bengals, try saying that five times fast. The Cincinnati Bengals traveled to Cleveland in a game that could end up being the best Thursday night game we get. The Browns defeated the Bengals, 35-30.
Both QBs looked great in a back and forth game up until the end. Joe Burrow looked like the real deal for the Bengals, tossing 316 yards and three touchdowns. The Browns offense looked significantly better than it did on Sunday which was surprising on a short week. Baker Mayfield threw for 219 yards, two touchdowns and an interception and looked pretty good throughout the game. Getting Odell Beckham Jr. involved was the main focus for the Browns this week and they got him involved early. Odell finished with four catches for 74 yards and a touchdown. The running back tandem of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt showed why they’re the league’s best duo. Chubb finished with 124 rushing yards and two touchdowns while Hunt finished with 86 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown.
Myles Garrett forced a fumble and recorded a sack this week, putting his name in the running for DPOY early in the season. The Browns called up Cody “Double Doink” Parkey from the practice squad after releasing, now Bengal, Austin Seibert and he looked great. Parkey didn’t miss a kick, going five for five on extra points.
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The Browns look forward to the break they have between this game and their match-up next week against the Washington Football Team.