Rapid Reaction: Bengals 21, Jaguars 19

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
Chad Ocho Cinco had two touchdown catches all season for winless Cincinnati.

He got two more against Jacksonville in the Bengals' first win of the season.

At 3-5 heading home from this disaster, the Jaguars could be ready to fracture. They are nowhere near the team they were expected to be and it seems like they are now beyond repair.

The woeful Bengals came into the game allowing 146.9 rushing yards a game and 4.3 yards a carry, then held the Jags to 68 and 3.2.

Jacksonville was down 21-3 after three quarters, but charged back late in the fourth quarter and had a late shot at a two-point conversion that could have positioned it for overtime.

But two defenders converged on Jerry Porter and knocked away David Garrard's pass to preserve the lead and leave the Jags with another brutal loss to dissect.