Tyler Hansen Ensures That The Legend Of No. 9 Lives On With Pick-Six

Jul 28, 2012; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Tyler Hansen (9) passes the ball to during training camp at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

Third-string quarterback Zac Robinson entered the game with 13:07 remaining in the fourth quarter. He takes the snap, throws an interception and is pulled from the game. Alright. Pulled might be a bit strong. Cincinnati likely wanted to have a look at bubble players that are unlikely to make the 53-man roster, so Tyler Hansen entered the game. And during his first snap of the preseason, floats a pass down the right sidelines for wide receiver Justin Hilton, completing the 30-yard pass and a first down to midfield.

Dan Herron lost a yard on the following play and Anthony Collins was called for an offensive holding. The bubble scrubs couldn't recover from the 21-yard deficit to generate a first down. A dump off to Herron for a six-yard gain followed by an incomplete to the same back forced the Bengals to punt.

Hanson subsequently threw a pick-six on the next possession to Jamari Lattimore. And the No. 9 legacy lives on. Packers comfortably leading 27-13.

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