Anxious for second half action to get underway, Bengal fans and Brown fans alike put together a stadium-wide wave that really had the place buzzing.
The Browns would get the ball first in the second half looking to break the 10-10 tie. But a quick Bengals interception ended their drive quickly.
Cincinnati was unable to take advantage of the turnover, however, punting it away following four straight downs.
The Browns suffered a quick three-and-out of their own punting it right back to the Bengals. But back-to-back sacks of Andy Dalton would end the Bengal drive and the third quarter as well. The game remained in a tie at 10-10.