Can A.J. Green take advantage of Joe Haden-less Browns defense?
The Cincinnati Bengals (9-2) will try to hit double digits in the wins column for the fourth straight season when the travel for a division meeting at 1 p.m. ET Sunday. They are facing the Cleveland Browns (2-9) at FirstEnergy Stadium. Here are things to watch for during the game
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Here are five things to watch, consider and take note about for Sunday's Bengals game against the Cleveland Browns which will kick off at 1 p.m. in FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, and my prediction at the bottom
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The beautiful mind of Pacman Jones
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Behind Enemy Lines
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Pierre Desir waiting for next opportunity with Cleveland Browns
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Bengals vs. Browns: What's the Game Plan for Cleveland?
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Dean Blandino, NFL vice president of officiating, defends quality of calls this season
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Junior Galette sued for alleged domestic violence for second time
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Fantasy football who to start, sit in Week 13
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In N.F.L., Never Have So Many Been So-So
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