Bengals' Jeremy Hill Backs Up Talk, Mocks Everything Cleveland

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistDecember 14, 2014

via @WorldofIsaac

Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill isn't making many fans in Cleveland.

After the Cleveland Browns beat the Bengals 24-3 in Cincinnati in Week 10, the rookie turned some heads by saying that the Browns were "worse" than he thought they were. 

In the rematch, Hill is making a statement.

The first-year back capped off an impressive opening drive with a two-yard touchdown run. For his celebration, he mocked Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James' signature chalk toss.

Hill wasn't very popular in Cleveland after that sequence.

Hill wasn't done having fun. In the second quarter, he ran through the Browns defense for a 16-yard touchdown.

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Jeremy Hill just burned LeBron and all of Cleveland. Cleveland fans respond with "a**hole" chant.

Then, as seen up top, he attempted to jump into the Dawg Pound. Browns fans weren't very welcoming, to say the least.

Early on, Hill has backed up his talk. He has 93 yards and two touchdowns—just two minutes into the second quarter.

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