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Cincinnati dominates Detroit in 23-10 win

Despite falling 23-10 on Saturday, Detroit was able to evaluate several players and gave their backups long minutes in this one. While Cincinnati did move the ball against Detroit's first teamers, they were only able to get three field goals from Neil Rackers. Once the backups were in, they were picked apart by Bengal rookie Carson Palmer, giving Mariucci and the coaching staff something to use to make the tough personnel decisions ahead. In-depth analysis inside.

(CINCINNATI, OH) - The power was still out in Cincinnati yesterday evening. Oh, the electricity in Paul Brown stadium worked just fine, but there definitely was a shortage on the Detroit Lions side of the field. Detroit was dominated from start to finish by the Cincinnati Bengals in a lopsided 23-10 win. While rookie quarterback Carson Palmer was picking apart the Detroit defense, going...

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