Bengals take early lead in Cleveland

AP

The factory of sadness is moving toward churning out another dose of disappointment.

With the Browns riding a franchise-record-tying 11-game losing streak, the effort to avoid moving the mark to an all-time high (or low) of 12 has gotten complicated early, with the Bengals taking a 7-0 lead.

The score came via a 55-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Andy Dalton to tight end Jermaine Gresham.

The touchdown drive came after Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden threw his league-leading 10th interception.  It’s surely not the way Weeden wanted to commemorate his 29th birthday.