Final: Browns 17, Bengals 6
The Battle of Ohio between the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium was an interesting affair to say the least.
The classic AFC North rivalry has produced two of the eight highest-scoring games in NFL history, but the first of two 2013 meetings was a defensive battle through and through.
This edition of the rivalry kicked off with Cleveland quarterback Brian Hoyer finding tight end Jordan Cameron for a score, marking his fourth score in five quarters. The rest of the first half was nothing more than a defensive battle with rare field goals, but Cleveland pulled away in the fourth quarter with a Hoyer touchdown pass to Chris Ogbonnaya.
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