Cincinati Bengals To End Skid, Browns Blast Joe Burrow

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The Browns put everything together and performed as a cohesive unit for the 1st time all season, including on defense, offense and special teams.

As the Browns smashed Cincinati Bengals with thirty-two to thirteen on Monday evening, the Cincinati Bengals’ top qb Joe Burrow remained held winless versus them thanks to Nick Chubb‘s 2 amazing touchdown runs on the ground and the frustration of Myles Garrett and also the Cleveland defense.

Garrett, who arrived at FirstEnergy Stadium dressed as a ghost, led a frightening defense which sacked Burrow 5 times and limited the Cincinati Bengals to two twenty-nine total yards, hundred of which occurred in the opening period.

Burrow has played in the Pro Bowl once already in his short career in the League. However, the native of Ohio is winless in 4 starts this season versus Cleveland’s AFC North foe, falling to 0-4 overall.

While awaiting for qb Deshaun Watson to come from eleven-game ban, the Browns (3-5) snapped a 4 game winless skid and prevented their campaign from imploding in the meantime.

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Brissett helped Cleveland defeat Cincinati Bengals for the seventh time in a row by scoring a touchdown both running and passing. He outperformed Burrow, completing seventeen of the twenty-two passes attempted for two seventy-eight yards and a 133.7 rating.

Even as Browns opened a 25-0 advantage while performing their greatest all-around performance in 2022, Chubb tallied on rushes of three and eleven yards, while Brissett scored another three-yard TD rush and connecting with Amari Cooper on a four-yard pass inside the 2nd half.

Cleveland’s defense, that has battled for the majority of the season, was headed by Garrett and applied constant pressure to Burrow, who’d been playing without leading receiver Ja’Marr Chase due to a injury to his hip.

Even a fit Chase might not have been able to aid Burrow, though. He completed 25 out of 35 passes for two thirty-two yards, two touchdowns, and one interception.