Found December 30, 2012 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Cincinnati Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis injured a hamstring during pregame warm-ups on Sunday and is not expected to play against the Baltimore Ravens, the Bengals announced. Green-Ellis was listed on the team's injury report as probable after missing some practice time during the week because of an illness. But the hamstring injury was announced prior to kickoff. Brian Leonard and Cedric Peerman combined for six carries for 22 yards in the first 20 minutes of the game for Cincinnati with Baltimore up 7-0.
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This season is easily divided into two chapters, split at the bye week. The first was awful and better left forgotten, marred by ineffectiveness and missed opportunities. Fortunately, the second chapter has featured what would seem to be a completely different. And that is the team that will be making the trip to Houston in a few days.
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The Ravens are trailing the Bengals midway through the third quarter. Cincinnati has had excellent field position aided by good punting by Kevin Huber.
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Josh Brown has kicked the Bengals into a 10-7 lead.
Bengals running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis hurt a hamstring
during pregame warm-ups on Sunday and wasn't expected to play
against the Baltimore Ravens.
It’s a tied game in Cincinnati. On their latest offensive possession, Baltimore was pushed back to their own end zone. Cincinnati took advantage.
Punter Sam Koch was only able to punt the ball out to the Ravens’ 40-yard line. Andy Dalton hit Marvin Jones for his first-career touchdown reception.
The Bengals and Ravens are tied 7-7 as this game goes to halftime.
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