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With the aid of their offensive line, the Bengals scored on their first four possessions while building a 21-0 lead Sunday in Indianapolis, but another last-drive snafu allowed the ageless Philip Rivers to cut their lead to 24-21 at halftime.
Rivers, under fire after last week's loss to Cleveland in which he looked all of his 38 years, suddenly looked like the guy that put up 42 points in a half against the Bengals in 2006 game. He racked up 267 yards in the half on 18 of 26 passing. The killer came with 15 seconds left in the half and Rivers facing a third-and-10. Cornerback LeShaun Sims had good press coverage on wide receiver Zach Pascal, but he couldn't make a play on the ball for a 17-yard touchdown that Rivers seemingly dropped from a plane with no absolutely no pressure from the Bengals all half.
_But rookie quarterback Joe Burrow was very good, too. He was nine of 15 for 164 yards and was sacked just once when nobody was open. Running back Joe Mixon helped out with 44 yards on 11 carries, but he left in the second quarter with a right foot injury, although he did…