Mayfield, Chubb and Hunt Lead Browns to Win over Bengals 35-30

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CLEVELAND--On the NFL's 100th birthday, the Cleveland Browns won what turned into an offensively shootout against the Cincinnati Bengals 35-30 on Thursday Night Football.

The Browns were on the offensive attack all game long, a complete difference from their first game against the Baltimore Ravens. After a Bengals field goal, Nick Chubb scored the first touchdown late in the first quarter.

The Mayfield-OBJ on-field relationship has been very disappointing over the last year. At least on this night, Mayfield connected to OBJ for a 43 yard TD.

Both teams went back and forth all night long with the Browns leading the rest of the day and the Cincinnati Bengals was chasing.

This was the run that put it away for the Browns by Kareem Hunt.

Hunt's score in this drive was part of a drive between where only Chubb and Hunt received the football.

Both teams have extra time off their next games. Browns will host the Washington Football team on Sept 27th while the Bengals visit the Philadelphia Eagles on the 27th.

Best Browns Coverage begins with Countdown to Kickoff at 9am on Sept 27th on Newsradio WTAM 1100AM/106.9FM and on the free iHeartRadio App.

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