Bengals take on winless Browns for battle of Ohio

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Browns are approaching a one-year anniversary. When they take the field Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Browns will have gone 364 days since their last win, a 24-10 victory over San Francisco that seems eons ago.

Quarterback Robert Griffin III is back behind center for the Browns.

Griffin will make his second start this season on Sunday against Cincinnati. He hasn’t played since the Sept. 11 opener when he broke a bone in his left shoulder late in the fourth quarter against Philadelphia.

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