Here are my grades from the Bengals' 27-10 victory in New Orleans on Sunday:
Rushing Offense: A
Jeremy Hill ran for 152 yards, and the Bengals gained 186 as a team, which was their third highest total of the season. Hill became the first Bengals rookie since Paul Robinson in the team’s inaugural season of 1968 to have two games with more than 150 yards. Hill’s early success made it easy for offensive coordinator Hue Jackson to stick with the ground game with 36 attempts, the second most this season, and it helped take the pressure of quarterback Andy Dalton and the passing game.
Passing Offense: A
Andy Dalton threw three touchdown passes and, more importantly, no interceptions to ..........
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