Steve Johnson Scores His Seventh TD Of The Season, Cedric Benson Helps The Bills

The Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson scored his seventh receiving touchdown of the 2010 NFL season versus the Cincinnati Bengals. Johnson went 28 yards into the endzone off of a pass from Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. After starting off with a dismal day, Fitzpatrick has rallied back from throwing two interceptions to toss a touchdown to Johnson and one to Donald Jones (also a 28 yard strike).

Cedric Benson returned to the game for the Bengals but that didn't mean it was a happy return. Benson left during the first half because of vision problems he had during the second quarter. Prior to leaving the game Benson had recorded 82 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries and looked poised to rush for over 100 yards in the first half. Upon his return in the third quarter, Benson promptly received a hand off. A loss of five yards was part of the result but it was the fumble that really hurt Benson and the Bengals. The Bills recovered the fumble and Drayton Florence returned it for a 27 yard defensive touchdown.

For more on Johnson and the Bills, check out Buffalo Rumblings and for more on Benson and the Bengals, check out Cincy Jungle.

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