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Sep 22, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham (84) is tackled by a Green Bay Packers player (behind) after making a catch during the third quarter at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

5. Utilize the Tight Ends

The two tight end set seemed pretty ineffective on the Bengals offense vs the Bills. While there were some passes to both Gresham and Eifert, they weren’t utilized enough to have a huge impact on the game. Overall, they did show they can get separation. With Dalton spreading the ball around, expect one of these two players to have a breakout game soon.

6. Turnovers

The Bengals turned the ball over once this game, and it was a Dalton interception. That gives Dalton six on the year, but three of those interceptions were not his fault. The one in this game, however, was. He just did not see the defender and threw a pass he should not have. It took points off the board as the Bengals were driving, but other than that, Dalton played an extremely good game.

The Bengals defense also forced a fumble and recovered it, which led to a touchdown pass to Marvin Jones. If the Bengals want to continue to beat teams, they must remain disciplined in turning the ball over.

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