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Bengals' Giovani Bernard to be used more

As Giovani Bernard scampered up and down the field Monday night, it was evident the rookie running back should be a bigger part of the Cincinnati Bengals' offense. The electric Bernard has 95 yards and two touchdowns on just 14 touches through two games. Offensive coordinator Jay Gruden admitted he would try get Bernard the ball more. (NFL.com)


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