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Bengals News (12/6): Trey Hendrickson shows class during Trevor Lawrence injury

Trey Hendrickson shows how great of a guy he is.

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Bengals' Trey Hendrickson displays pure class after Trevor Lawrence's injury - A to Z Sports
Late in the fourth quarter, Hendrickson engaged with left tackle Walker Little, and Little ended up stepping on quarterback Trevor Lawrence's ankle. The apparent pain for Lawrence was immediate, and after trying to walk off on his own power, he slammed his helmet to the ground in frustration.

Jake Browning makes Cincinnati Bengals believe in win vs. Jacksonville
No way would this guy make it as an NFL quarterback. That’s what the so-called NFL draft experts and other critics once said about Browning.

Top Takeaways From Cincinnati Bengals' 34-31 Win Over Jacksonville Jaguars
Browning and the Bengals kept their season alive on Monday night. Not only did they pick up an AFC win, but they moved to 6-6 with three winnable games over the next 18 days.

Jake Browning finds familiar feeling in leading Bengals' OT win
In the second start of his career, he put together a historic outing in a 34-31 overtime victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Playing in place of an injured Joe Burrow, Browning became the first undrafted player in the common era to throw for more than 350 passing yards and complete 85% of his passes.

NFL Week 13 Game Recap: Cincinnati Bengals 34, Jacksonville Jaguars 31 | NFL News, Rankings and Statistics | PFF
It was a closely fought battle all night, and we needed overtime to get a final result. In the end, the Bengals defense was able to stop the Jaguars' first possession in the extra period, allowing Browning and the offense to move the ball into game-winning field goal range.

Live updates: Bengals look to snap skid against Jaguars in MNF
A field goal in overtime gave the Cincinnati Bengals the win against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Monday Night Football. The win snaps the Bengals' three-game losing streak and puts the team at 6-6, keeping them in the hunt for the playoffs.