The best pass of the Bengals' game Sunday vs. the Falcons may have come from a wide receiver. With Cincinnati needing a spark on offense, Mohamed Sanu took a pitch in the backfield and fired deep for Brandon Tate, who was covered by two Falcons defenders, but that ball was placed into the absolute perfect spot for only him to haul it in.
Sanu has been involved in the Bengals offense through the first two games at a much higher rate than he was in 2013. Though it's mostly been at receiver, Sanu has been involved in a trick play again now after he did that several times as a rookie, but almost never did it in 2013.
Later, Sanu was on the receiving end of a big pass. However, this one was for a game-breaking score that put Cincinnati up 17-3. Here is the radio call from Dan Hoard and Dave Lapham on both of Sanu's big plays.