By Nick Shook | NFL.com
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This week was rough on the eyes.
Four road teams won games Sunday: Cleveland, Cincinnati, Green Bay and Dallas.
Three of those wins were pretty darn ugly.
Brian Hoyer attempted to toss away the Browns‘ postseason chances late in the Georgia Dome, but thanks to the inept clock management of one Mike Smith, Hoyer got one last shot and Cleveland escaped with a victory.
Andy Dalton threw a touchdown and a pick-six, but the Bengals controlled the game against a rookie quarterback making his second career start, and possibly his first career start with a serious pectoral injury. That muscle is pretty important for football players.
Green Bay beat Minnesota in a way you’d expect a superior team to handle a trap game: Not too well, but not poorly, either.
Dallas, on the other hand — that one was fun.
In all, it was a ho-hum Sunday for visiting squads. But we still had at least a few bright spots during an otherwise dreary afternoon.
Here are your stars of the suitcase for Week 12.
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