With 7:19 remaining in the fourth quarter, Giovani Bernard took the handoff and bent around the right edge for a four-yard gain. Tommy Jernigan made the stop.
It would be the last time that Bernard would play against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Jeremy Hill entered the game on the next play, when Andy Dalton lost the football on a fumble that Daryl Smith returned to Cincinnati's eight-yard line.
By the time Cincinnati started their next possession, the team had already announced that Bernard was questionable to return with a hip injury. He never did return.
After the play, Bernard was helped up by Mike Pollak, and the second-year running back appeared to walk with a little caution but didn't show a noticeable limp (at least from what the broadcast showed).
It appears that whatever injury Bernard suffered, Cincinnati dodged a major bullet. According to the mothership, Bernard (and Kevin Zeitler) "didn't seem to have significant injuries."
Bernard, who leads the team in rushing yards (446) and rushing touchdowns (5), led the Bengals with 45 yards rushing during Cincinnati's 27-24 win against Baltimore.