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Monday roundup: Browns fall to Bengals

Happy Monday, Dawg Pound!

Here's your morning roundup:

— The Browns fell to the Bengals on a cold and snowy Sunday afternoon. Cleveland fell into a 20-0 hole and was unable to climb out of it despite cutting the lead to 20-10 early in the fourth quarter.

— A "rusty" Robert Griffin III reflected on his first start in three months. The Browns quarterback missed the past 12 weeks with a broken bone in his shoulder

— Breaking down Sunday by the numbers and what was said by head coach Hue Jackson and players in postgame news interviews.

— senior writer Andrew Gribble's three major takeaways from Sunday's loss

— Two of the Browns' final three opponents met yesterday as the Steelers rode running back Le'Veon Bell to a win over Buffalo. Cleveland travels to Orchard Park next week before closing the regular season in Pittsburgh. ​

The Browns play the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 14.

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