Bengals: Offense looks for more fluidity in exhibition against Titans

By Dayton Daily News  • 
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CINCINNATI — The Bengals are coming off an exhibition game in Atlanta in which nearly every facet of the team excelled at every level for a 34-10 victory.

The lone exception was the first-team offense, which ran 10 plays that produced 51 yards, three first downs and no points. The unit also had two drive-killing penalties.

Asked if there was anything specific he would be looking for tonight when the Bengals face the Tennessee Titans at Paul Brown Stadium, offensive coordinator Jay Gruden said, “Yeah, less penalties.

“I just want them to come out there and play with good fundamentals and pad level and good tempo,” Gruden said. “That’s the big thing we want to preach, get in and out of the huddle quickly, get set, come out with a purpose and make plays. I’m not looking for three drives and three touchdowns. Well, I am, but I just mainly want to see good pad level, good tempo, good energy.”

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