Bengals take on Browns in Battle of Ohio: Queen City version

The Browns (4-5) will visit the first-place Cincinnati Bengals (6-4) at Paul Brown Stadium.


The Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns prepare to butt heads during the annual Battle of Ohio.

(Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images) 

by WCPO Admin on Nov 16, 2013 at 8:47 PM
When the Bengals and Browns get together it's always a "throw-out-the-record-books" type game.

In the past, though, it's been that way because one or both teams hasn't had much else to play for than the pride of being named the annual Battle of Ohio champion.

However, that's not the case this year, as both teams are fighting for their postseason lives.

On Sunday, the Browns (4-5) will visit the first-place Cincinnati Bengals (6-4) with a chance to move up in the AFC North and paint themselves into a playoff picture they've been absent from for years. 

It's undoubtedly Cleveland's biggest regular-season game since at least 2007.

Let's get it on!
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