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Bengals Scratch Together Decent Drive; Climb Within One Possession

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The Bengals have pieced together a solid offensive drive with a combination of clutch plays and penalties to attempt to climb back into the game. The entire day hasn't been pretty and the drive to begin the fourth quarter was an example of the same, clawing for every yard that they attained. The entire day hasn't been pretty but the game is within one possession for either team to take control.

After a couple of nice runs by BenJarvus Green-Ellis and some short passes to Andrew Hawkins and A.J. Green, the Bengals got within one possession of the Houston Texans on a Josh Brown 47-yard field goal.

Though the Bengals' defense coming up huge after giving up some significant yardage, the current MVP of the day should be pointed towards Josh Brown and his two huge field goals. The latest was a long one and has helped to prove why the team decided to IR Mike Nugent in favor of Brown.

Texans still lead 19-13 in the fourth quarter.