Friday, October 23, 2020 2:52 PM EST
By The Associated Press, AP
The Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns meet Sunday for the season's second Battle of Ohio. Despite their record, the Bengals (1-4-1) are showing gradual improvement behind dynamic rookie quarterback Joe Burrow. Cleveland (4-2), which beat the Bengals 35-30 in Week 2, is looking to rebound after the being routed by the Steelers last week 38-7. The Bengals fell short in a late comeback bid after blowing a big lead and lost to Indianapolis 31-27 last week. The Bengals have won nine of the last 14 games in the series, but the Browns have won four of the last five.