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Monday roundup: Browns can't contain Bengals offense, fall in Cincinnati

Happy Monday, Dawg Pound!

Here's what your morning roundup:

— Down another quarterback, the Browns fell to the Bengals, 31-17, on Sunday in Cincinnati despite a solid debut from rookie and former practice squad player Kevin Hogan. Unfortunately for Cleveland, it couldn't contain the Bengals offense.

— More on Hogan's first NFL appearance: the former Stanford standout combined for 204 yards, including 104 on the ground and a 28-yard rushing touchdown that ranks as the longest score by a quarterback in franchise history.

Take a look at the best photos from the Browns vs. Bengals game in Week 7.

— Cleveland's next opponent, the New York Jets, rallied past the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday behind quarterback  Ryan Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick, who was benched in favor of Geno Smith last week, returned to lineup when Smith went down a knee injury.

— The Ben Roethlisberger-less Steelers lost at home to the Patriots — Sunday night's game between the Cardinals and Seahawks ended in a rare 6-6 tie

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