CINCINNATI — Cincinnati wide receiver Mohamed Sanu gave the Bengals their first lead over the Cleveland Browns, 14-13, with a six-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Andy Dalton at the 11:49 mark of the second quarter from Paul Brown Stadium.
While he had the scoring play, Sanu also provided the Bengals with their longest pass of the five-play, 38-yard drive.
On second-and-six from the Browns’ 34-yard line, Sanu caught a backwards pass from Dalton and threw a perfect spiral deep down the right side of the field to running back Giovani Bernard for a 25-yard gain. Despite a challenge from the Browns, Bernard’s catch was upheld for a first down.
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