CLEVELAND -- On the strength of the defense shutting down wide receiver A.J. Green and quarterback
Hoyer tossed a one-yard touchdown pass to running back
Hoyer engineered the 12-play, 91-yard drive in 6:32.
Earlier in the drive, Ogbonnaya converted a third-and-one from the Browns’ 29-yard line, and tight end
The Browns held a 10-6 lead over the Bengals after three quarters of play.
Cincinnati kicker Mike Nugent converted a 43-yard field-goal attempt and drew the Bengals to within four points of the Browns, 10-6, with 37 seconds remaining in the third quarter.
The Browns held a 7-3 lead over the Bengals at halftime of Sunday’s game.
Earlier in the game, Nugent converted a 25-yard field-goal attempt, and cut the Browns’ lead to 7-3 with 10:48 to play in the first half. Nugent finished off a 15-play, 46-yard scoring drive that took 6:25 off the game clock. He is now three of four on field-goal tries this season.
The Bengals converted two third-down attempts, the first of which came on a defensive penalty when end
Later in the drive, wide receiver Mohamed Sanu hauled in a seven-yard reception on third-and-five.
Courtesy of Hoyer’s two-yard touchdown pass to Cameron with 2:13 on the first-quarter clock, the Browns held a 7-0 lead over the Bengals after the first 15 minutes of play.
The Browns’ 12-play drive started on their own five-yard line, but Hoyer engineered his fourth touchdown drive in the last five quarters.
Cameron now leads the team with five touchdown receptions this season.
Earlier in the drive, the Browns faced two third downs and converted both of them. Ogbonnaya converted a third-and-one from the 14-yard line with an 11-yard run behind left tackle
Hoyer also completed a 39-yard pass to wide receiver