If you weren't stuck in the middle of the roller coaster that appealed to every human emotion, then you weren't watching Cincinnati's 27-24 win over the Baltimore Ravens.
The Bengals jumped out to a 17-6 lead midway through the third quarter, thanks to back-to-back interceptions by Joe Flacco. Linebacker Emmanuel Lamur and cornerback Adam Jones get credit for the turnovers, leading to a Giovani Bernard touchdown and a Mike Nugent field goal.
Yet Cincinnati gave 10 points back following an Andy Dalton fumble and interception (could be argued as a fumble by Mohamed Sanu), allowing Baltimore to eventually claim a 24-20 fourth quarter lead. The Bengals drove downfield, with the help of a Mohamed Sanu 53-yard reception, reclaiming the lead on an Andy Dalton sneak with less than a minute remaining in the game.
When the clock struck zero, the Bengals reclaimed first place... by .018 percentage points... in the AFC North.
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