The Cincinnati Bengals may have already suffered a significant injury that could affect them in the NFL playoffs. Starting center Kyle Cook went down with a foot injury early in today’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, and is already being called questionable to return to the game.
In his place is Trevor Robinson, who started most of the year in 2012 after Cook injured his ankle during the preseason and missed most of the season. Robinson played in Games 3-14 and 16, with seven starts (Games 8-14)
In the meantime, the Bengals just took a 7-6 lead after Andy Dalton hooked up with wide receiver A.J. Green on a 53-yard touchdown pass, and it was a histoic hookup by those two:
Dalton ties Palmer’s single-season TD mark and Green needs 16 yards to pass Chad Johnson for the team single-season receiving yardage mark
— Joe Reedy (@joereedy) December 29, 2013
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