Published: Mon, December 02, 2019
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Bengals douse Jets to get their first win of 2019

Bengals douse Jets to get their first win of 2019

Although the experiment with quarterback Ryan Finley did not work out, Dalton will have a chance to finish the campaign in 2019 with a good result. Coming into Sunday's game, Cincinnati was the lone remaining winless team this season.

Cincinnati's first points of the day late in the opening quarter were historic for Dalton as he became the Bengals' all-time leader in touchdown passes.

Following a three-game winning streak, Jets fans may have been lulled into a false sense of security that their team had turned a corner, according to the New York Post.

Much of the focus in the wake of Sunday's 22-6 win against the Jets rightfully will be on Taylor.

"For it to finally pay off, get our first win of the season, get Zac his first win of his coaching career, all that kind of stuff, it's a big relief", Dalton said.

The Jets lost to the 0-7 Dolphins 26-18 on November 3.

Before Sunday, the Bengals were mired in their worst start to a season in franchise history. The Jets had 10 penalties - eight on offense - for 106 yards, including a holding penalty in the end zone for a safety.


The Bengals kept the Jets out of the red zone for the entire game, sacked Sam Darnold four times and never really let Le'Veon Bell get going on the ground. He also passed Anderson for the franchise's career completion mark. He was 22-of-37 passing for 243 yards and one touchdown.

Joe Mixon had a 5-yard touchdown run against the league's stingiest run defense as the Bengals put up their second-most points this season, trailing a 26-23 loss to Arizona. Dunlap had three of Cincinnati's four sacks. Last week, CB Brian Poole returned an interception for a score vs.

Against the Jets, Cincinnati's offense was bolstered by the return of veteran quarterback Andy Dalton, who was reinserted into the starting lineup after spending three games on the bench.

Bengals: WR A.J. Green missed his 12th game recovering from ankle surgery.

Jets: host the Dolphins.

A man of his word, the 42-year-old Lanham camped out on the roof of the bar and lived in a 12-foot-by-10 tent, where he spent 23 hours a day for almost the last two months.

Bengals: play at Cleveland.

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