Gruden faces former pupil when Redskins play Dalton, Bengals (The Associated Press)

Now he needs to beat him in a game critical for both teams’ playoff chances when the Bengals ‘host’ the Redskins at Wembley Stadium in London at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Gruden, who served the Bengals’ offensive coordinator for three seasons (2011-13) under head coach Marvin Lewis before coming to Washington, is facing his former team for the first time. “We did a lot of great things over there, we thought, but come game time it’s going to be another game that we have to win,” Gruden said after Wednesday’s practice.

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