The Cincinnati Bengals almost gave up a game they should never drop, but they turned things around at the end of the third quarter and managed to secure their second win a row after starting the season 0-3.
Their superstar wide receiver, A.J. Green, turned the ball over twice - one was a pass he should have caught but went for an interception instead, but he also had 189 yards and a touchdown in seven catches.
Andy Dalton had a costly pick in the second quarter, but other than that, he was alright, as was the defense, that against a team with few weapons, if any, brought the hit with six sacks and a game-ending interception.
Which big play gets your vote for the Play of the Game for the Bengals against the Bills? Cast your vote and sound off on your winner!
A.J. Green’s 77-yard touchdown catch: rookie cornerback Tre’Davious White is still looking for Green. After punting in their first drive this was a great follow up for the Bengals and fans thought they would repeat their Week 4 performance...
Geno Atkins’ sack on third down in the first quarter: after the bomb to Green were putting on a nice little drive to try to tie the game, until Geno Sacks said it was enough.
Joe Mixon showing what he can do: if you’ve never watched Mixon play and wonder why he’s compared with Le’Veon Bell, check out this play. Maybe Marvin Lewis will do it too.
Atkins force the Bills to punt, again: the Bengals were up 10-3 and were set to get the ball back with almost five minutes left in the half, a great opportunity to score again and go to the locker room in clear control of the game. Right?
C.J. Uzomah’s 21-yard catch in the third quarter: that’s how you use a fullback in the NFL nowadays. That’s probably the first play in two years that they got a good gain when going with the I formation.
Green’s 48-yard catch at the end of the third quarter: what a way to redeem himself after his fumble in the previous drive had allowed the Bills to score and take the lead.
Mixon’s first career touchdown to retake the lead: following that Green catch, the Bengals went with their rookie running back and he delivered.
Carl Lawson’s sack after a previous penalty negated a third-down stop: the rookie made a rookie mistake a bit earlier but forced the Bills to punt with a huge sack on third down afterwards.
Walk-off interception by George Iloka: GAME OVER
Which play gets your vote for the Bengals' Play of the Game against the Bills?
This poll is closed
Green’s 77-yard touchdown catch
Atkins’ sack on third down
Mixon showing patience and vision for a first down
Atkins’ stop on 3rd&1
Uzomah’s 21-yard catch
Green’s 48-yard catch
Mixon’s first career touchdown
Lawson’s sack on third down