Instead of punting, the Bengals got a fresh set of downs and finished the drive with an 11-yard touchdown run for Joe Mixon that pushed the lead to 14 and sealed a big win for the Bengals.
It’s hard to feel too sorry for the Browns on the play, though, considering cornerback Jamar Taylor got away with what looked like defensive pass interference.
Elite Mens Mike Pouncey Jersey Cleveland fell to 0-11 and struggled offensively again, so it’s far from a guarantee that DeShone Kizer could’ve led the Browns to another touchdown in the final minutes. Last week, the rookie had the chance to do so against the Jacksonville Jaguars but fumbled twice.
Still, in a frustrating and fruitless season for the Browns, it doesn’t help when they’re not getting the calls either.
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has been a reliable stalwart of the team for 15 seasons now, and the 35-year-old picked up another accolade on Thursday. Witten broke the record for most receiving yards on Thanksgiving on a four-yard reception against the Los Angeles Chargers late in the 12th Fan Jersey second quarter.
Witten entered the day having played 14 Thanksgiving games and recording 809 receiving yards, just 25 yards behind the Detroit Lions’ Herman Moore, who had 834 receiving yards in 10 games.
Jeff Beukeboom Authentic Jersey As a longtime member of the Cowboys, Witten already owned a couple Thanksgiving records coming into the season, including games played (14) and receptions (73). On Thursday, he added to both, appearing in his 15th Thanksgiving game and catching five passes for 29 yards in the first half.
Witten joined the team as a third-round pick out of the University of Tennessee in 2003. He’s since become one of the best tight ends of his generation, emerging as a reliable weapon for Tony Romo throughout the 2000s and 2010s and doing the same for Dak Prescott now. Witten entered Thursday’s game with 1,132 career receptions, the fourth-most ever in the NFL. He also had 12,273 yards (22nd all-time) and 66 touchdowns.