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PFF reviews the Bengals Week 9 win

PFF reviews the Bengals Week 9 win
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CINCINNATI -- After holding on to beat the Jacksonville http://www.nflgiantsofficialonline.com/GIANTS-HARRY-CARSON-JERSEY Jaguars on Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals have already placed that game in the rearview mirror. But before we completely turn attention to Thursday's rapidly approaching game against the Cleveland Browns, let's take a quick peek at some of the ways our friends at Pro Football Focus analyzed and examined Cincinnati's Week 9 game. As always, take the grades and notes you see below with a certain grain of salt because they can end up being amended. Bad grades also can sometimes simply be the product of particular schemes, coverage or formations a team happens to employ in a respective week based upon the opponent. Here's a few Bengals grades and notes following Sunday's 33-23 win: OFFENSE Cincinnati's offensive line drew strong remarks from PFF, which bestowed the best grades to left offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth and right offensive guard Mike Pollak, who was filling in for the injured Kevin Zeitler. Pollak wasn't the only backup getting action. Marshall Newhouse also came in at right tackle for Andre Smith, who was lost to an ankle injury. Newhouse played a season-high 46 snaps, allowing just one quarterback disruption on 20 blocks, according to PFF. Center Russell Bodine was the only lineman with a negative overall grade at minus-0.1. According to PFF, through Week 9, the Bengals' offensive John Phillips Womens Jersey line pass blocking efficiency is 87.4, good enough for second in the league. Quarterback Andy Dalton has been OK with standard pressure this season, but he didn't get many opportunities to show that Sunday. PFF said he was pressured just four times on 33 dropbacks. Dalton also had an apparent affinity for passing into the middle of the field. Of his 29 aimed passes -- those that targeted a specific player -- 17 went into the middle of the field. That's a 59 percent rating on throws in between the numbers. When the Jaguars blitzed Sunday, Dalton didn't look as good as he has for most of the year. He was 3-for-7 for 56 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions. A quick breakdown of running back snap counts: Jeremy Hill had 44, Cedric Peerman had 18, and Rex Burkhead had seven. The majority of Hill's yards came while hitting the edges. Of his 154 yards, 133 of them came outside the tackles. Yes, he can run into the middle of the field, but clearly he's effective outside the numbers, too. His 60-yard run went outside the right tackle. DEFENSE PFF believed defensive tackle Geno Atkins had his best performance this year Sunday. He was credited with five run stops en route to picking up a plus-2.4 run defense grade. He also was credited with two quarterback disruptions and batted away a pass. The most quarterback disruptions on the team went to defensive end Carlos Dunlap, who had five in the win. He had three quarterback hits, one hurry and a sack. Per PFF, he also had the most opportunities to hound and harass quarterback Blake Bortles, rushing him 36 times, more than any other Bengal. In pass coverage, safety http://www.steelersofficialauthentic.com/STEELERS-CHRIS-CARTER-JERSEY George Iloka had a plus-1.1 grade as he allowed just one catch on three targets into his area of coverage. He also iced the game with about four minutes remaining when he had the Bengals' only interception of the game. They dropped at least four more passes that should have been turnovers.

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