Bengals Can Use Running Game to Work Around AJ McCarron Injury vs. Ravens

December 30, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If it feels like the world is falling apart around the Cincinnati Bengals, well, that's because it is.
The Bengals lost Andy Dalton to a freak injury, and though it wasn't ideal to be without their starter for long, the team did just fine with backup AJ McCarron under center.
After a week of prep, the Alabama product managed the game well in a road win against San Francisco before he took to Monday Night Football against the Denver Broncos and carved up one of the league's best defenses for a half with the help of outstanding calls by the coaching staff.
McCarron too, went down with a freak injury while attempting to make up for a mistake.
Down in overtime, McCarron took his eyes off the snap for a glance at the defense and missed the ball, then injured his nonthrowing wrist in the scrum for the loose ball to follow. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport followed with details from his MRI Tuesday:
ESPN.com's Ed Werder provided details about the team's plan: "Bengals coach...

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