Originally written on Cincinnati Bengals Blog  |  Last updated 11/19/14

SAN DIEGO - NOVEMBER 20: Eric Parker #88 of the San Diego Chargers dives forward after a reception against London Fletcher #59 and Nate Clements #22 of the Buffalo Bills during the fourth quarter on November 20, 2005 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California. The Chargers defeated the Bills 48-10. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
GAME BALLS Nate Clements: For making the playoffs for the first time in 11 years. Bernard Scott: The third-year back had six carries for 34 yards but it was his 25 yard touchdown during the third quarter that put the Bengals back in the game. UPON FURTHER REVIEW On both of Ray Rice’s touchdown runs, there were blocks that took Rey Maualuga completely out of the play. Right guard Marshal Yanda had one on the 70-yard Rice TD run on the fourth play of the game and then Vonta Leach had one on the 51-yard TD in the fourth quarter that broke the game open. Said head coach Marvin Lewis about both long touchdowns: “We have got to play better. That is what happens when guys don’t take care of responsibility and do their job right.” KEY NUMBER: 8 Plays of 35 yards or more by the Ravens offense in the two games against the Bengals. The Ravens had four on Sunday, two of which resulted in touchdowns. REVISITING THE FIVE KEYS No turnovers: Jermaine Gresham’s fourth-quarter fumble ended up being h...
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