Mike Zimmer has long been known as one of the best defensive minds in the NFL, and Sunday he crafted a game plan that led to a well below average performance by Green Bay quarterback and 2011 MVP Aaron Rodgers. The Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator took a break from game-planning for Cleveland on Monday to reflect on Sunday’s 34-31 win.
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Who: Cincinnati Bengals (2-1) at Cleveland Browns (1-2)
When: 1 p.m. Sunday
Where: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland
TV: Ch. 7, 12
Radio: 1530-AM, 102.7-FM, 104.7-FM