Joe Mixon owns Bengals' rushing woes, but it's more complicated than that

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Joe Mixon owns Bengals' rushing woes, but it's more complicated than that
Joe Mixon owns Bengals' rushing woes, but it's more complicated than that

Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer Close ESPN Staff Writer Previously a college football writer for The Dallas Morning News University of North Texas graduate Follow on Twitter CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon wheeled around from his chair, stood up at his locker and attempted to take the majority of the blame for the least productive rushing attack in the NFL. "I take it personally on me," said Mixon, who has 27 rushing yards through two games. "These two performances I've been displaying have been terrible. You (can) call me the peon right now." Unfortunately for Mixon and the Bengals, it's not that simple. How the blame should be divided is up for debate around Cincinnati's

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