The Bengals nearly gave many fans a heart attack as they rallied from behind unlike we've seen them do in recent years. Social media from a fan viewpoint was a rollercoaster ride of emotions throughout the Bengals versus Seahawks game. But, luckily for us, the Bengals don't Tweet during the games, so it was all celebrations once the "doink" was heard and Mike Nugent scored the game-winning field goal in overtime. Ironically enough, yesterday marked 364 days since his overtime miss at home against the Panthers, and boy are we glad the game didn't end that way.
Let's take a look at how the Bengals players spent their week leading up to the game and how they celebrated afterward.
Last week, Rex Burkhead's friend Jack who has been battling pediatric brain cancer for four years visited him at the Bengals' game.
If you haven't seen it, here's a look at Jack and Rex's friendship.
Andy Dalton's son is fascinated by mirrors.
Carlos Dunlap volunteered to babysit Mohamed Sanu's baby son, and this is what happened...
Your weekly Adam Jones cold tub video.
Jake Fisher got a package from his college team this week and they made it known they're watching him in the NFL with a funny note.
Game day!!! Let's get it! #WhoDey— Ryan Hewitt (@Huey_85) October 11, 2015
Ready for tomorrow #WhoDey pic.twitter.com/arT3m5V4Tl— Giovani Bernard (@G_Bernard25) October 10, 2015
West Virginia University alums from both teams including Will Clarke, Adam Jones and Mario Alford on the Bengals and Mark Glowinski and Bruce Irvin on the Seahawks.
The Dalton family after the game.
A.J. Green and Chad Johnson together after the game.
All we got is each other #WhoDey #5-0— Marcus Hardison (@13igDuke) October 11, 2015
Clark Harris and his family.
Little family time after the big win. 5-0 #EmotionalGame #Drained #OvertimeWin pic.twitter.com/4bRMWPbnJf— Clark Harris (@ClarkHarris46) October 11, 2015
Harris has a fan club.
Thanks @ClarkHarris46 for the ball! #HarrisFanClub #whodey #HARRIS pic.twitter.com/zrsl1NvwhJ— Kenny Greer (@KennyGreer) October 11, 2015
George Iloka retweeted this and you know you want to watch it again, too.
I asked @George_Iloka about separating ball from man: "That's my first mindset. If it's a tweener, Ima go f... https://t.co/RqbBzWQGuk— Jim Owczarski (@JimOwczarski) October 12, 2015
How do I score a dinner invitation at the Jones household?
5-0..... This team is special!!!! #WhoDey— Marvin Jones Jr (@MarvinJonesJr) October 12, 2015
Great team win today. All Glory to God #WhoDey #WhoDatNation— Emmanuel Lamur (@EmanLamur) October 11, 2015
The Tweet read 'round the world.
Today's @Bengals winning OT field goal was likely enabled by a 1/3-in deflection to the right, caused by Earth’s Rotation.— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) October 11, 2015
Who dey RT @ElgazzarBLVD: BOUNCE #Seahawks! says @maualuga58 #Bengals @ENQSports @Enquirer pic.twitter.com/UxHO23DFCL— Rey Maualuga (@maualuga58) October 11, 2015
Nothing like a Win and @WalkingDead_AMC too !!!— Domata Peko (@DomataPeko) October 12, 2015
We 5-0.. I love it... #WhoDey #LetsRoar https://t.co/cwhZXBH0AV— Mohamed Sanu Sr. (@Mo_12_Sanu) October 11, 2015
Way to finish today! Way to fight! 5-0 !!! Thank you Lord!Let's keep it going 1 game at a time ! #Bengals #WhoDey pic.twitter.com/kyLP6kvVF9— Domata Peko (@DomataPeko) October 11, 2015
Vinny Rey had dinner with some fans after the game yesterday.
@VinnyRey pic.twitter.com/qd9R8hSzPt— C (@mcdowellchloee) October 11, 2015
What do you think about 5-0?
How cute are Andrew Whitworth's kids?
5-0 great team win! Blessed to be apart of this team.. #Bengals #WhoDey— Derron Smith (@D_SmithFS) October 11, 2015
Feels great to be 5-0! #WhoDey— Kevin Zeitler (@kzeit70) October 11, 2015
Rex Burkhead and his family at the game.