Position by Position Breakdown for the Battle of Ohio Part II

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Running Backs:

9 games into the season, the Browns running backs have accounted for just 468 yards (counting Richardson’s 105) and 1 TD! BJGE alone – who is playing on a hurt ankle and having a poor year – has 460 yards and 3 TDs. Bernard adds another 419 yards and 4 TDs, giving the Bengals running backs a total of 879 yards and 7 TDs. This one is not even close.

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Nov 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Davone Bess (15) scores his second touchdown of the game as Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Graham (24) defends during the second quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Wide Receivers:

With Gordon, Little and Bess, the Browns have a respectable wide receiving corps, however, those 3 WRs have combined for 1,251 yards and 6 TDs. AJ Green alone has 1,013 yards and 6 TDs. In fact, the Bengals have 2 WRs (Green and Jones) that each have as many/more TDs (6 and 7) than the Browns top 3 WRs have combined (6).

Advantage: Bengals

 

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