Rookie Joe Mixon rushed for a personal record of 114 yards and quarterback Andy Dalton sent in two runs in the Cincinnati Bengals’ 30-16 win over the Cleveland Browns, who still do not know the triumph.
The Bengals (5-6) won consecutive games for the second time this season and had not scored since they won 31-7 in Cleveland on October 1.
The Cincinnati team came into the game with the NFL’s worst offense, adding 100 yards just once before Sunday’s game.
Dalton completed 18 of 28 passes for 214 yards and two touchdowns.
While the Browns (0-11) are coming to the month of December without getting wins for the second consecutive season.
Last year they had to wait until the 15th championship date to get their only win in the competition and avoid the second season 0-16 in NFL history.
His quarterback Deshone Kizer completed 18 of 31 passes for 268 yards, did not send touchdowns and ran three yards for a touchdown in the fourth inning.
Within the organization of the Browns already wonder if Hue Jackson will continue one more season, after adding a record of 1-26 since he left the Bengals as offensive coordinator.