Damn! What a game! I mean, of course, it wasn’t all that great, mostly in defense, and that’s the first quarter. But QB Baker Mayfield He had a pitchfork after him in the first quarter, only to light up the rest of the competition. Let’s move on to the game summary.
Cincinnati got the ball to start the match, and while the Cleveland defense were strong first and second, they let QB Joe Boro To complete the passes first down on all his third down attempts. Putting the final finish down for the first third and target of the 2-yard streak, but CB Denzel Ward Jumped up to block a pass into the finish area and LB BJ Goodson He was there to capture the floating duck to intercept it. Instead of being a reaction, Good son Try to go back, but only to the 4-yard streak.
Unfortunately, that soon turned into disaster for Brown. After 6 yards it runs by RB Karim Hunt At first , Mayfield Try to fire a pass down the right sideline to the WR streak Odell Beckham Jr., But the pass was low and inward, which allowed him to catch. In return, both Beckham and C. JC Sequer She was writhing in pain like Bengals He took the streak at 24 yards. (Tretter He did not miss any plays, while Beckham was excluded for the remainder of the match).
Penalty is a pass on CB Kevin Johnson He set up a first and goal for Cincinnati, and two quarterbacks sneaked later, Boro plunged into relegation to give his team a 7–0 lead.
After a few successful runs to start the next drive, Hunt dropped a second swipe of the screen down, then MayfieldThe third lower lane sails over the head of the TE Harrison Bryant To take out the font unit. Cincinnati was driving on their next trip, but in a play where the clock was running out, D. Miles Jarrett He got a nice jump and stripped Burrow of the ball with an SS Ronnie Harrison Recovering down the field at the 33-yard line.
Mayfield He was still unable to complete a pass when he came onto the field, though, forcing K Cody Barkey He came out with a 42-yard field goal, which tied him to make it a 7-3 match near the end of the first quarter.
Pass the screen to the right-back RB Young Bernard Gained 25 yards to start the second quarter. A bag of Johnson From the hatch he helped preserve Cincinnati for a 37-yard field goal by K. Randy Bullock, And extend their advance to 3-10.
Mayfield Finally complete a pass on the next drive, which is the bootleg in which the WR Jarvis Landry I went 28 yards on a catch and run game. The Cleveland drive wasn’t necessarily pretty, but it ended up with 11 plays for 70 yards, running 7:30 o’clock. At 3 and 2 from the 3-yard streak, Mayfield found Bryant to drop to peg things at 10-10.
Unfortunately, Burrow immediately completed 5, 7, and 27-yard passes heading into the two-minute warning to put Cincinnati into the scoring zone. It looks like defense might be able to hold Bengals For field goal after bag by Jarrett, But in second and 11th goal, Burrow fired a straight shot over midfield to WR Tyler Boyd To relegate to bring them back to the top 10-17 heading into the second half.
Cleveland started the second half with a 35-yard compass with Bryant from a fake game. After a few plays, Mayfield contacted Bryant again, this time in third place, to move the strings to the red. Again, on the third and third from the 6-yard streak, Mayfield fired a missile at Bryant, who captured a slide in the end zone on his second touch of the game, tying things back up at 17-17.
The Bengals responded with their own efficient engine, running 12 plays 76 yards, taking nearly 7 minutes an hour, and incorporating a few tricks to keep the Cleveland defense in balance (as if they weren’t really like that). Burrow dropped a snatch in third place and a goal off the 4-yard streak, but still picks it up and delivers a superb dull pass to WR AJ Green – Luckily, Ward He was able to eject the ball due to its incompleteness. PollockA 23-yard field goal allowed Cincinnati to re-lead 20-17 with 2:51 to go into the quarter.
The Brown Face the third and fourth mode to start the fourth quarter. Mayfield responded with a 21-yard pass to WR Richard Higgins, Followed by a 19-yard pass to Higgins. After that, Mayfield launched an attack on TE David Njoku To drop 16 yards to give the Browns their first in-game lead at 24-20.
The question was: Can the defense answer?
They had a gift wrapped for them, like CB Terence Mitchell He had one of the breadbasket’s easiest interceptions, and he probably had a pick of six – instead, dropping him in agony, and Burrow darting down for the first time in the next game to midfield. After that, Brown’s defense handling was terrible, with the Cincinnati receivers continuing to capture passes lower than the first down, only to allow the first landing – the last of which was a 16-yard touch pass to the WR Tee Higgins To give the Bengals a 27-24 lead with 8:45 to go.
Mayfield started the next drive with a 20-yard stroke of the Higgins. Bluff play permitted we do not know To hit WR Donovan People-Jones For 25 yards to reach field target range. Next, make the swing pass to the Hunt from 1 and 10 on the 11-yard streak. After that, Mayfield found Hunt again off the field for 8 yards, returning Cleveland to the top 31-27 with 4:53 to go. After the game started 0 out of 5, the touchdown meant Mayfield was 18 of his last 18 for 222 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Once again – can the defense do Something To stop Boro?
Hit the terrier on the spot Higgins For a 12-yard stroke, Boyd For 15 yards, and WR Michael Thomas For 25 yards to reach Cleveland County. False start placed 1st and 15th off the 28-yard streak, then finally Burrow had an incomplete setting of the 2 and 15. 9-yard completion set up and 3 and 6-yard completion of the 19-yard streak, and a false start supported them another 5 yards. On 3 and 11, Cincinnati ran a so-called quarterback pull, and Burrow got the 12 yards he needed for the first time.
The Bengals faced a second and 4 from the 6-yard streak heading for a two-minute warning. After a 1-yard-per-second run down, Brown burned their deadlines, set up 3 and 3. They ran again in third place, setting 4 and inches off the 3-yard streak. Burrow got a touch-play pass to Bernard Stop motion with 1:06 to go, and put the Bengal at the top 34-31.
Mayfield earned 13 and 8 yards, after 0:40 from close midfield. A 30-yard hit hit Higgins in the right sideline and put Cleveland in the field goal range, but with 0:16 left, which means Brown needs to be smart with the watch. Miraculously, Mayfield completed a People’s Jones strike for a 24-yard touchdown pass while leaving 0:11! Parky He missed the extra point, making the match 37-34.
Brown almost gave up Peace be upon you, Mary, but the pass was thankfully incomplete, giving Cleveland a win. Survival. What a comeback to Mayfield!
Brown will play at home next Sunday, November 1, in the Week 8 vs. Raiders of Las Vegas. The match will be at 1:00 PM ET.
Fast hitter stats
- QB Baker Mayfield: 22 by 28 for 297 yards, 5 TD, 1 INT.
- RB Karim Hunt: 18 hunting, 76 yards. 3 grabs, 36 yards, 1 TD.
- WR Richard Higgins: 6 grabs 110 yards.
- WR Donovan People Jones: 3 grabs, 56 yards, 1 TD.
- to me Harrison Bryant: 4 grabs, 56 yards, 2 TD.
- From Miles Jarrett: 2 bags, 1 FF.
- CB Denzel Ward: 6 interferences, defensive passes.
Quick hitter notes
- Brown started this game really ugly. Mayfield was 0 of 5 with INT in the first quarter, and Beckham left the match with a knee injury.
- After a rough start, Mayfield was a 22 of 23 for 297 yards and 5 touchdowns the rest of the way. He set a franchise record for most consecutive completions by a Browns midfielder, and the only reason he had an incompleteness during this stretch was because he eventually hit the ball to stop the clock. This was Mayfield for everyone, it’s kind of bragging right in the middle. And I hate to say it (somewhat), but it clearly has this comfort zone compared to some of the other receivers.
- It wasn’t all about Mayfield, although its receivers went up wildly. Bryant. Njoku. Higgins. And then Peoples-Jones absolutely caught the ball to win it.
- Aside from Jarrett and a little Ward, the defense is completely weak. The fact that Bengals offensive line was really bad, And the Three players were injured during the match, and the defense couldn’t do more, that’s a really bad sign.
to me Embed a Tweet, Cincy-Cleveland was the first game in NFL history with 5 green light touch assists in the fourth quarter
– Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) October 25, 2020
- K Cody Barkey It was money this season. But in hindsight, you have to think, “Oh my God, he missed that last extra point – he might have missed the goal at the end, had we not gotten the touchdown.”
- Cincinnati almost entered peace be upon you, Mary. Oh my God.
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