=== Dalton throws, runs for TDs as Bengals top Chiefs ===
 Kansas  City, MO  (Sports Network)  - Andy  Dalton threw  a pair  of touchdown
 passes  and rushed  for another  score on  Sunday, as  the Cincinnati  Bengals
 downed the Kansas City Chiefs, 28-6, at Arrowhead Stadium.
 Dalton  completed  18-of-29 passes for  230 yards, while BenJarvus Green-Ellis
 carried the ball 25 times for 101 yards and a touchdown for the Bengals (5-5),
 who have won two straight on the heels of a four-game skid.
 "We  felt like we gave a few games away," Dalton admitted of his team's losing
 streak. "Now we've got momentum. We have to keep it going."
 A.J.  Green  hauled in  six passes for  91 yards and  a touchdown, marking the
 ninth  straight  game the second-year standout  has had at least one touchdown
 grab. It's the longest single-season touchdown streak in franchise history.
 Matt  Cassel  completed half of his  16 passes for  93 yards in the first half
 before  being replaced by Brady Quinn to start the third quarter. Quinn didn't
 fare  much better,  as he finished 9-of-14  for 95 yards for the Chiefs (1-9),
 who have lost their last seven games.
 "I expected us to do better than we did," Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said. "We
 couldn't  move the  ball offensively so I changed the quarterback and tried to
 generate  some offense that way, but it really wasn't enough and so that's why
 the score is what it is."
 Jamaal Charles carried the ball 17 times for 87 yards in the setback.
 Charles helped the Chiefs take an early lead on their second possession, as he
 gashed the Bengals for 34 yards on an 8-play, 59-yard drive before Ryan Succop
 nailed a 34-yard field goal to give the home team a 3-0 lead.
 Kansas  City  quickly  forced  Cincinnati  into a  4th-and-3  on  the  ensuing
 possession,  but  the Bengals  faked the  punt, as  backup running back Cedric
 Peerman  took the  direct snap and scampered  around the left end for 32 yards
 and a fresh set of downs.
 Facing  a 4th-and-7 at the Kansas City 36 later in the drive, the Bengals went
 the  more  traditional route to  keep the march  alive, as Dalton scrambled 11
 yards for the first down.
 Two  plays  later, Dalton  found Jermaine  Gresham for 18  yards to the Kansas
 City  4 before  the second-year quarterback capped the 11-play drive with a TD
 toss to Green, who made a one-handed grab in the end zone.
 The  Bengals quickly  regained possession  after Geno  Atkins forced  a Peyton
 Hillis fumble, but Cincinnati couldn't capitalize, as Mike Nugent missed a 50-
 yard field goal to keep the margin at 7-3 early in the second.
 After  back-to-back  three-and-outs from  the Chiefs,  Dalton found Green deep
 down  the sidelines  for 40 yards to  the Kansas City 17 on Cincinnati's first
 play of the drive.
 The  Chiefs  were whistled for  unnecessary roughness on  the play to move the
 ball  to the Kansas  City 9 and three plays later, Dalton hit Gresham for what
 appeared  to be an 11-yard touchdown, but Gresham was ruled down at the 1-yard
 line after video review to set up a 4th-and-goal.
 The Bengals elected to go for it and Dalton faked the handoff, bootlegged left
 and  raced into the  end zone to press the margin to 14-3 with 7:52 left until
 After a quick punt from the Chiefs, Cincinnati marched 79 yards in 11 plays to
 make it a three-score difference.
 Green-Ellis  highlighted the  drive with  a  21-yard sprint  into Kansas  City
 territory  and  after a defensive pass  interference call in the end zone gave
 the  Bengals a 1st-and-goal from the 1-yard line, Green-Ellis plunged into the
 end zone to extend the lead to 21-3 with under a minute left in the half.
 Cassel moved the Chiefs into field goal range to set up Succop's 33-yard field
 goal  and trim the  margin to 21-6, but it was the last action the eighth-year
 quarterback would see, as Quinn started the second half under center.
 Neither offense got anything going in a scoreless third before the Bengals put
 the  game  away early in  the fourth with a  12-play scoring drive that Dalton
 capped  with  a 14-yard  touchdown pass to  Mohamed Sanu to  make it 28-6 with
 under 10 minutes remaining.
 Quinn  and the Chiefs turned it over on downs in Cincinnati territory on their
 ensuing drive and never threatened again.
                                   Game Notes
 Dalton  has 20  passing touchdowns this season, tying his mark from his rookie
 campaign  last  season ... Former  Cincinnati wide receiver Carl Pickens holds
 the  franchise record for most consecutive games with a touchdown at 10, which
 he  accomplished over two seasons in 1994-95 ... The Bengals have won the last
 three  meetings with  the Chiefs ... Kansas City finished with 284 total yards
 of offense, compared to 409 total yards for Cincinnati.
 11/18 18:38:14 ET