BALTIMORE, MD - SEPTEMBER 10: Wide receiver Brandon Tate #19 of the Cincinnati Bengals looks on from the sidelines during the closing moments of the Bengals 44-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on September 10, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
Sporting a seven-point lead and a touchdown, the Cincinnati Bengals offense kicks off the second half from their own 20-yard line. After a minimal three-yard gain up the middle by BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Andy Dalton slings the football to A.J. Green on an out, picking up 10 yards and the first down. Cleveland exploded an end around, forcing Dalton to keep the football and absorb the hit for a three-yard loss. It's fine. Andy Dalton hits Brandon Tate's hitch, picking up 22 yards after the missed tackle to Cleveland's 44-yard line.
Tate would make an even bigger play.
Eventually the Bengals are forced into a third-and-five (another limited Green-Ellis gain and an incomplete deep pass to Green). Dalton takes the hand off and throws the football deep down the right sidelines. Brandon Tate, beating T.J. Ward by a step (at least), hauls in the 44-yard touchdown and giving the Bengals a 24-10 lead over the Browns.
That's two receptions for 66 yards on the drive for Tate.