It was another day at the office Sunday for Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson’s playbook in the 31-7 victory over the Rams at Paul Brown Stadium. The guys without the ball got it published when the offensive line held Rams Pro Bowl tackle Aaron Donald to just three assisted tackles.
They have been the heart of five straight winning seasons and when they helped nail down the fifth one Sunday in a one-touchdown dismissal of the Rams at festive Paul Brown Stadium, the Bengals defensive line went looking for a lot more than that. "We put our resume out there today," Domata Peko said.
In Sunday's 31-7 victory over the Rams at Paul Brown Stadium, the Bengals D-line wanted to show the league which line was the best on the field and held Todd Gurley to 19 yards . . . Injuries don't look serious . . . Bengals interior blanks Aaron Donald . . . Reggie Nelson intercepts league lead . . .
On the way to becoming the first Bengals team to go 9-2, they authored another Paul Brown Stadium defensive special spiced by cornerback Leon Hall’s 19-yard interception return for a touchdown during Sunday’s 31-7 victory over the Rams.