Bengals vs. Bills breaking news: Cincinnati leads early against Buffalo
The NFC would later take center stage as the fifth seed Dallas Cowboys facing the second seed San Francisco 49ers (6:30 PM ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app). The winner of this game will meet with Philadelphia Eagles Next week.
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And we went!
The Bengals drove 79 yards in six plays — four of which came on first downs — and capped the drive with a dazzling 28-yard touchdown run from Burrows to Ja’Mar Chase up Cincinnati 7-0 earlier.
Filing of the statement
The Bills had a three-and-out first down, putting the ball back in Burrow & Co.’s hands.
The Bengals wasted no time capitalizing on their next possession. Nara has come to a cruel end Hayden Hurst for a 15-yard score to give Cincy a 14-0 lead late in the first quarter.
So Borrow was a perfect 9-for-9 for 105 yards and two touchdowns on two rushes.
Trouble for the hosts
In the next drive, the Bills again won three times, thanks to the strong defense of the Bengals.
The first quarter ended with Allen going just 2-for-4 passing for just six yards while the Bills had just 11 yards of offense.
Preparing the scene
Meanwhile, Cincinnati is in the midst of a nine-game winning streak. Berev completed 68.3% of his throws for 4,475 yards (fifth most in the NFL) and 35 touchdowns (second most) despite playing one fewer game due to the Week 17 cancellation.
Sunday’s tilt comes just 20 days after the regular-season game between the two was canceled following a collapse by the Bills’ safety Damar Hamlinwho has since been discharged from the hospital and is on the road to recovery.
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