Oct 6, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (18) is introduced before the game against the New England Patriots at Paul Brown Stadium. Cincinnati defeated New England 13-6. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports
Sunday’s game between the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals was about as ugly as an NFL game you’ll ever see. Penalties, turnovers and miscues left the Bengals trailing by double-digits for the majority of the day, but they never threw in the towel and continued try and fight through their mistakes as they attempted to seize control of the AFC North with a win.
With no time remaining in regulation, Andy Dalton heaved a pass towards the endzone that fell at about the 4-yard line and batted into the air towards the goal line and Ravens safety James Ihedigbo batted into the air again and into the waiting arms of A.J. Green:
Not only was the catch good for a game-tying score that sent the game into overtime, but it was a historic catch as well, as it gave Green his fifth straight 100-yard game, a new Bengals record. That was a pretty impressive way to set the record.