It hasn't been a good day for Cincinnati Bengals assistant coach Hue Jackson. During the second quarter of the game, the former Cleveland Browns head coach watched as his old team blew apart his current one. His former player even found time to say hello.

Cleveland's Damarious Randall intercepted Andy Dalton's pass during that second quarter. He then ran out of bounds and handed his former head coach the football. Jackson patted Randall on the head in response.

The Browns looked better against the Bengals than they have during most of Hue Jackson's tenure, which ended late October. Cleveland won 35-20, their largest margin of victory this season.

Recently, it was rumored that the Cleveland Browns were considering Condoleezza Rice for the head coach job, but both Rice herself and the Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey subsequently denied the rumors.