The Bengals were led by BenJarvus Green-Ellis’ 150 yards on the ground which produced two touchdowns. The Bengals defense also came away with two very clutch interceptions of Aaron Rodgers. Dalton and his receiving crew never really got in sync, however, as he only connected on half of his passes for a total of 87 yards.
At the end of Week 3 in the Cincinnati Bengal Tecmo Super Bowl Season, the good guys find themselves still leading the AFC North with a record of 3-0-0. But a Browns victory over the Vikings allowed them to keep pace as they remain just one game behind.