The Cincinnati Bengals won Sunday against the Cleveland Browns by a score of 37-3 and the New York Patriots lose against the Eagles. The Patriots loss and the Bengals win have pushed then into the AFC’s number one spot, for now.

The Bengals win, but they need to win the games in the rest of their regular Football season, especially one schedule against No. 2 team the Denver Broncos on December 28, if they want to keep on top as number one.

Bengals win, but playoffs are going to be complicated

The upcoming picture for the playoffs is going to be very complicated, despite the recent Bengals’ win. One of the Bengals’ receivers, Marvin Jones, says that the team needs to control and capitalize all the things they have to do.

The players and coaches are now thinking about Week 14 and the upcoming showdown when they play the Pittsburg Steelers, which is a very intense rivalry.

This will give the team a shot at clinching a fifth straight post-season posting, which would be a franchise record, as well as their 4th AFC North title in eleven seasons.

Bengals players proved skillful, victorious in Sunday’s game

During Sunday’s game, several of the Bengals players outdid themselves with their skill and victorious attitude of play. For instance, Andy Dalton threw the ball for two touchdown passes and then managed to score as part of the Bengals Sunday win against the Browns. It was the Browns’ seventh loss in a row with four weeks left in the regular season.

Dalton connected with A.J. Green and completed a 23-yard touchdown pass during the game’s second quarter and now the Bengals have moved to 10-2, which has only happened twice in the team’s history, having had it happen way back in 1975. Dalton says that it’s a new play mentality for the team, they are doing well and they have big goals, which includes not just getting into the playoffs.

Dalton ended the game at 14 of 19 for a total of 220 yards. He covered 3,000 yards during this season of play, which means he gets to join Peyton Manning being the sole quarterback in the league’s history to pass 3,000 or more yards in each one of their first five seasons.

With the Bengals win Sunday night, now they are the number one team and in control of their destiny going into the playoffs.

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