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There is "Mr. Clutch," and "Mr. Clutch It." Bengals linebacker Germaine Pratt is the latter when it comes to key turnovers.
Joe Mixon challenges NFL, Roger Goodell to coin toss over $13K fine for Week 18 TD celebration
"If it’s heads I’ll pay," the Bengals running back wrote on Twitter. "If it’s tails Roger [Goodell] pay the money to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Cincinnati."
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It is hoped the Bengals are about to start on another Super Bowl run with the team's playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
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