Andy Dalton threw three touchdown passes and played lead blocker in a near-perfect performance that kept the Bengals unbeaten.
Dalton connected with tight end Tyler Eifert for the three scores and played the role of blocker on Mohamed Sanu's reverse for a touchdown, setting up Cincinnati's 31-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night.
The Bengals improved to 8-0 for the first time in franchise history, their longest winning streak within a season.
Coming off an emotional 16-10 victory in Pittsburgh on Sunday that gave them control of the AFC North, the Bengals dominated the Browns (2-7) and Johnny Manziel in the second half.
Manziel had some of his...