Here's the highly anticipated Dalton to Green video, with footage from both the 2011 and 2012 seasons. I included every single highlight I could find or already had, so it's quite long. It starts off with some on-field sound from the 2011 game against the Colts. Next is some highlights from the 2011 season, then part of an interview from the 2012 season mixed with some 2012 highlights. After that is more 2011 highlights, followed by some lowlights from both seasons (I include lowlights because I want to show that it hasn't been all roses). Next is highlights from the 2012 season, the other part of the interview, then finally more 2012 highlights. The final segment of the video is mainly intermediate passes, since in the interview Dalton and Green talked about connecting on those if the defense is playing them too deep. As usual, the NFL Films songs and albums are in the video description.
Two of my favorite scenes from this video are the extended shot of Dalton to Green at the Steelers in 2011, which I cut up to fit the song, and the awesome but tragic extended shot of Dalton being picked off by the Ravens, having the ball fumbled right back to him (punched out by Jerome Simpson), and failing to recover the ball within a pile containing Andre Smith, the ref, and many Ravens. Another great scene is the buildup to the Dalton-Green connection at the Steelers in 2012 to set up the win. The song ("January Reign" from the ESPN/NFL Films special The Brady 6) during that scene is especially loud, so be careful if you are wearing headphones.
I also made a Bengals Supporting Wide Receivers Preview, which is much shorter. It has footage mostly of Mohamed Sanu, Marvin Jones, and Andrew Hawkins. I also included Armon Binns' lone TD as a Bengal, because the shot of him racing to the end zone both directly on-camera and on the jumbotron is awesome. The NFL Films song I chose is much more electroacoustic than orchestral, but it's still a good one, I hope. See below:
You can view the YouTube channel if you haven't seen the D-Line/LB, running game, and original "Play To Win" trailer videos. My final idea for using 2012 footage is for a video on the secondary. When Hard Knocks starts airing, I suppose I could do something with it. Enjoy!
I also would like to include a poll here, about which Dalton-to-Green highlight from their two seasons is the best. Choose wisely, and comment below on why you made your choice: