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The Bengals trample the Jets 49-9 on a career day for receiver Marvin Jones.
Jones caught four touchdowns on eight catches and 122 yards receiving. After his games, he normally throws his glove into the stands, but today was different, according to the Associated Press.
"I'm keeping those," Jones said. "I'll frame 'em or whatever. I usually dish them out. Not this game."
Andy Dalton's five touchdown passes were a career high for him. Jones set a Bengals record by catching four of them, and the Bengals defense had two interceptions returned for touchdowns. To top it all off, Brandon Tate had a 71-yard kick return that paved the way for a touchdown, USA Today reports. The Jets got beat in every department Sunday.
Jones is the first receiver to have caught four touchdowns in a game since 2007. The last two receivers to do it? Randy Moss and Terrell Owens. Another thing to take from this game is that the Bengals' 49 points are the most they've scored since scoring 58 in 2009 against the Browns.
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