Bengals take 14-7 lead on A.J. Green TD


The Bengals’ offense can be hit-or-miss.

On their second drive of the third quarter, it was hitting on all cylinders.

Andy Dalton’s 21-yard TD strike down the middle to A.J. Green gave Cincinnati a 14-7 lead in the final two minutes of the third quarter. The touchdown ended a 10-play, 75-yard drive.

The Bengals began their second TD march after the Chargers’ second turnover in Cincinnati territory, as cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick took away the ball from tight end Antonio Gates on a third-down pass from Philip Rivers.

On the Chargers’ first drive, Gates fumbled at the Cincinnati 18, with Bengals safety George Iloka recovering.

The Chargers have moved the ball well against the Bengals, with Phillip Rivers completing 17-of-25 passes for 196 yards and a touchdown to Ladarius Green through three quarters. However, they have just one touchdown to show for their work.

4 responses to “Bengals take 14-7 lead on A.J. Green TD

  1. You will never hear me overhype any team from the Eastern Time Zone playing a late game on the West Coast since science confirms that it is harder to travel East to West than West to East…. but…. I like where “my” Bengals sit at this present moment in the 4th quarter.

  2. Great game by non-explosive, undependable Jermaine Gresham = 0 rec. – 0 yards

    Tremendous play by the Bengals Invisible Duo (#2-#3 wide receivers – Marvin Jones/Mohamed Sanu) = 3 rec. – 21 yards

  3. The game would have been over… if Benjarvus Green-Ellis didn’t fumble it away (w/ 6 minutes to go).

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