Bengals fall to 3-5 after 23-7 loss to Jaguars

Bengals fall to 3-5 after 23-7 loss to Jaguars

Bengals fall to 3-5 after 23-7 loss to Jaguars

Cincinnati receiver A.J. Green and Jacksonville cornerback Jalen Ramsey have been ejected for fighting, after Green body-slammed Ramsey and throw punches at him.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - The Jacksonville Jaguars have deactivated running back Leonard Fournette for Sunday's game against Cincinnati for violating a team rule. T.J. Yeldon slotted seamlessly into Fournette's spot at the Colts and rushed for 122 yards and a touchdown on nine carries to keep Jacksonville atop the National Football League in rushing offense at 169 yards per game. Green had one catch for 6 yards. So if Fournette's absence contributes to a loss on Sunday at home against the Bengals, it could have long-lasting implications on their playoff prospects. Starting right guard A.J. Linder had been out the last three games with an illness with Shatley starting at center in his place. Cann missed the game with a triceps injury.

Thirty seconds before halftime, this happened.

Jacksonville, known for their pass rush was able to sack Andy Dalton twice.

Ramsey appeared to be taunting Green most of the first half.

As it was, the Jaguars gained 407 yards as Blake Bortles went 24-of-38 for 259 yards with a touchdown.

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