NFL Scores – Bengals Snap Patriots Winning Streak Brady’s touchdown streak ends


The Bengals were Week 5 winners on Sunday, coming out on top of the Patriots by a NFL Scores of 13-6 at Paul Brown Stadium. Cincinnati was the against The Spread Winner, as they covered the 1-point spread as an underdog. Over-Under bettors who played UNDER the total of 45.5 were rewarded at the payout window.

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The Patriots and Bengals are tied a 3 at halftime in their week five match-up.

Dalton narrowly avoided a safety before leading the Bengals to their only touchdown, hitting Marvin Jones for 28 yards on third-and-15 from the 2-yard line before rookie Giovani Bernard rambled 28 yards on the next play to help set up Green-Ellis’ 1-yard bull run. The Patriots drove to Cincinnati’s 1-yard line on the ensuing possession, but the Bengals stiffened and forced a 19-yard field goal by Stephen Gostkowski with 6:28 remaining.

Andy Dalton completed 20 of 27 pass attempts for 212 yards and 0 TDs for the Bengals in the win. He was picked off 1 time by the Patriots defense.

LeGarrette Blount rushed for 51 yards for New England, while Brandon Bolden added 24 yards. Tom Brady threw for 197 yards for the Patriots, while receivers Danny Amendola and Aaron Dobson had 55 and 49 yards respectively.

New England was outgained by Cincinnati 341-248 yards in Sunday’s match, while the important battle of first downs was won 21-15 by the Bengals. New England lost the time of possession battle 34:16/25:44, leaving their defense on the field more than they wanted.

Patriots WR Danny Amendola returned to the lineup after missing three games and had four receptions for 55 yards. … The Bengals ended a seven-quarter touchdown drought with Ellis’ score, dating to the fourth quarter in Week 3 against Green Bay. … Dalton’s interception on the final play of the first quarter marked the first pick in the red zone of his career. It also extended New England’s streak of forcing at least one turnover to 32 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NFL. Cincinnati heads into a Week 6 NFL Picks battle against the Bills. New England, meanwhile, will have their next NFL Odds action against New Orleans.


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