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LaMarr Woodley Intercepts Andy Dalton's Pass Inside Two Minutes

The Cincinnati Bengals, holding onto a 14-6 lead, reached the 20-yard line following a touchback on the ensuing kickoff after a Shaun Suisham 47-yard conversion. Consecutive passes to Ryan Whalen (8) and Jermaine Gresham (1) set up a third and one from Cincinnati's 29-yard line, which BenJarvus Green-Ellis converted with a two-yard run.

Two minute warning.

An incomplete on first down -- tipped at the line of scrimmage -- led to a 14-yard Jermaine Gresham middle tight end screen.

On first and ten from the Bengals 45-yard line with 1:30 remaining, Andy Dalton cocks his arm for the throw but decides to bring the football down. Yet the football escapes Dalton's grasp, hits Kevin Zeitler and pops up in the air for LaMarr Woodley to intercept the football.

The Steelers linebacker returned it 11 yards to Cincinnati's 29-yard line.