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  1. Hi, Browns fans! Second-year Cleveland Browns backup QB Johnny Manziel starts in place of Josh McCown tonight, as our 2-6 Cleveland Browns are southwest across our Buckeye State, to play the 7-0, undefeated, and AFC North Division leading Cincinnati Bengals, in tonight's 84th edition of the NFL rivalry of The Battle Of Ohio. Johnny Football started for Cleveland earlier this season, when he lead the Browns for a 28-14 win over Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee Titans at FirstEnergy Stadium back on September 19. Both the Browns and Bengals have also adjusted and prepared from their short practice week to accomdate for their scheduled game tonight for The NFL Network's Thursday Night Football. Both Cleveland and Cinncinati also lead off Week 9 of the 2015 NFL regular season. Browns are coming from a 34-20 home loss at FirstEnergy Stadium to the Arizona Cardinals last Sunday, while the Bengals upset the Steelers 16-10, on their road win at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Both Cleveland and Cinncinnati are both making their sixth all-time appearance on The NFL Network's Thursday Night Football coverage, each team entering with a 2-4 and .333 record. Pittsburgh defeated Cleveland 27-7 in their first appearance on THNF back on December 7, 2006, while Cincinnati defeated Baltimore 13-7 back on November 30, 2006. Cincinnati Bengals are also making their first appearance on THNF in more than two years, since the Dolphins defeated the Bengals back on October 13, 2013, while the Browns last played the Bengals one year to the day with their 24-3 win back on November 5, 2014. Bengals currently lead the all-time series entering tonight win 44 wins and 39 losses, including a home record of 27 wins and 15 losses over our Browns. Browns Vs. Bengals rivalry started right after the 1970 AFL-NFL Merger, and the Browns defeated the Bengals 30-27, with Browns RB Robert Morilla Scott securing the first game with his 1-yard TD run, and Don Cockroft's PAT. Both teams split road wins in 2014. Cleveland defeated Cincinnati in the first meeting played at Paul Brown Stadium back on Thursday Night Football, and also the Browns last appearance on THNF, back on November 6, 2014. Browns running backs Ben Tate, Isiah Crowell, and Terrence West scored touchdown runs from 4, 2, and 1 yards, and Billy Cundiff kicked a 32-yard field goal plus his three PAT's, to secure Cleveland's 24-3 road win. Cincinnati got even when they visited FirstEnergy Stadium on December 14. Bengals RB's Jeremy Hill scored TD runs from 2 yards and 16 yards in the first half, then Rex Burkhead scored a 10-yard TD run in the fourth quarter. Mike Nugent also kicked field goals from 44, 44, and 34 yards, along with his three PAT's to shut out our Browns 30-0. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms are announcing the live TV commentary, along with field/sideline reporter and interviewer Tracy Wolfson, for The NFL On CBS and The NFL Network, televised live internationally on HD. Jim Donovan and Doug Dieken will also announce the live radio game play-by-play and analysis, simulcast on Browns flagship stations WKNR ESPN Radio 850AM, WKRK 92.3FM, and WNCX 98.5FM, and the Browns Radio Network throughout Ohio, Erie, PA, and Wheeling WVA. Ian Eagle and former NFL lineman Tony Boselli are also announcing the live radio game commentary syndicated throughout the USA, on the Westwood One/CBS Radio Network. Mostly cloudy skies at 64 degrees, is the game forecast inside Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, for the 8:25PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, along with 15% precipitation, 90% humidity, and mild southern winds at 5 miles per hour. Browns are wearing their orange helmets, white jerseys, and brown pants, while the host Bengals are wearing their orange and black helmets, black jerseys, and white pants. This month throughout November, all NFL teams league-wide, including oth the Browns and Bengals players, along with their coaching and team support staffs, may voluntarily wear camoflaged designed authentic NFL game apparel, both on the playing field and in the sidelines during tonight's game, to both support the NFL's 'Salute To Service' Campaign, and Military Appreciation Month, to honor and recognize all US military personnel, active and retired, who served and defended the USA. NO injuries, give Cincinnati their first loss of the season at their den tonight, and and GO BROWNS!!!!! Browns @ Bengals Thursday Night Football Pre Game Injury Reports, And Live NFL Game Centers: http://www.clevelandbrowns.com/team/injury-report.html http://www.bengals.com/team/injury-report.html http://www.cleveland.com/browns/ Browns @ Bengals Thursday Night Football Live NFL Game Centers: http://www.clevelandbrowns.com/schedule-and-events/game/2015/regular9 http://www.nfl.com/tnf http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2015110500/2015/REG9/browns@bengals#menu=gameinfo&tab=preview http://www.nfl.com/salute
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