Joe Mixon Runs For 114, Bengals Beat Winless Browns 30-16Mixon also had an 11-yard touchdown that put it away in the fourth quarter. The Bengals came into the game with the worst rush offense in the NFL, making it to 100 yards only once before Sunday.
What To Watch For: Browns Seek First Win, Bengals Look To Keep Faint Playoff Hopes AliveCincinnati is 4-6 and in a must-win situation to keep their faint playoff hopes on life support while Cleveland is 0-10 for a second consecutive year.
Bengals Don't Want To Become Browns' First-And-Only WinTen games into this season, the Browns (0-10) are in the same predicament, still trying to get that first win. Every team that plays them now has the same thing in mind: Don't be that team.
Bengals' Offense Having Hard Time Staying On FieldCincinnati had the ball for 33 possessions in those games — not counting kneel-downs — and failed to get a first down 10 times. They managed to string together a pair of first downs only 27 percent of the time.
Mary Kay Cabot: I See Flashes Of DeShone Kizer's Growth But The Browns Have To Take A QB With One Of Their 1st Round PicksMary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer & Cleveland.com joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with the latest on the Cleveland Browns.
Jim Donovan: DeShone Kizer Has More To Worry About With His On Field Play Than Thinking About The Failed McCarron TradeThe voice of the Cleveland Browns, Jim Donovan, joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the week that was for the team.
Tony Zarrella: The Browns Don't Need To Change Anything Else Expect For Adding A Football Guy To Run The OrganizationTony Zarrella of Cleveland 19 News joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to give his thoughts on the fallout from the Browns failed trade attempt with Cincinnati.
Mickens Delivers Knockout Blow, Jaguars Handle Bengals 23-7With A.J. Green and Jalen Ramsey ejected for fighting, Jaydon Mickens delivered the knockout blow by returning a punt 63 yards for a touchdown, helping the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-7 Sunday.
Mary Kay Cabot: It's A Good Sign For Hue Jackson's Future With The Browns That Jimmy Haslam Was Willing To Trade For His QuarterbackMary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer & Cleveland.com joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with the latest on the Cleveland Browns.
Carman And Lima: Is It Okay For Jimmy Haslam To Make Trade/Draft Decisions For The Browns?Ken Carman and Anthony Lima discuss if an owner should be making the decisions for the front office when it comes to player acquisition.
Reading Between The Lines, Sashi Brown Is The Last Reasonable Man In BereaNothing is unbelievable anymore in Berea. 92.3 The Fan's Nick Wilson gives his take on what happened within the Browns front office this week.
Mo Egger Offers Cincinnati Side of McCarron Failed TradeMo Egger of ESPN 1530 in Cincinnati Offers the Bengals' side of the failed AJ McCarronTrade with Nick Wilson on the Wednesday edition of the Nick Wilson Experiment.
Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis, QB AJ McCarron React To Failed Trade With BrownsThe AFC North rivals agreed to the trade shortly before the 4 p.m. deadline. The Bengals say they filed the necessary paperwork, holding up their end of the deal.
Chris Landry On Report Of Browns' Failed Deal For McCarron: "This Is Common Sense Stuff"Chris Landry talks about the trade process, how the Browns' reported deal for McCarron fell through with the league office and more.
CBS Sports' Kevin Harlan On Week 7 Broncos-Chargers Matchup, MoreNFL ON CBS play-by-play announcer Kevin Harlan gives his input on the Week 7 matchup between the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Chargers.