Browns’ offense rolling again early vs. Bengals

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Dormant the first two weeks, the Browns’ offense has come alive.

Cleveland got on the scoreboard first on Sunday against division-rival Cincinnati, with quarterback Brian Hoyer hitting tight end Jordan Cameron for a two-yard first-quarter TD pass.

Hoyer, who helped key the upset of Minnesota a week ago, has completed his first eight passes for the game, racking up 80 yards as Cleveland jumped out to the 7-0 lead.

Cameron, meanwhile, has now caught five touchdowns in a little more than 13 quarters of play.