Devon Still Forced Fumble Leads To A.J. Green Touchdown Reception

An offensive hold negated Antonio Brown's 33-yard punt return, which would have started Pittsburgh's ensuing possession to Cincinnati's 44-yard line. Instead Ben Roethlisberger fakes the handoff to running back Jonathan Dwyer.

As he's bringing the football down, the football hits Devon Still's helmet, forcing the fumble which Wallace Gilberry recovers at the Steelers eight-yard line.

After a review upheld the play, Andy Dalton hits A.J. Green on a slant for a touchdown, giving the Bengals a 14-3 lead with 8:29 remaining in the first half.

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