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Cincinnati Bengals safety George Iloka got one of the most bizarre interceptions you will ever see. The ball hit off his teammate, Dre Kirkpatrick’s facemask and bounced straight up in the air. Iloka was flat on his back and the ball fell right into his lap, he literally didn’t have to do anything except close his hands on the ball. This interception was a good summary of the Minnesota Vikings-Cincinnati Bengals game as the Bengals had everything going their way as they throttled Minnesota, 42-14.
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Bengals safety George Iloka should have been called for pass interference on the play, but instead came down with the most circus like interception you’ll ever see against the Vikings.
One of the most comical and entertaining scenes of Week 16 in the NFL came at halftime of the Cincinnati Bengals and Minnesota Vikings game when a monkey was riding a dog in an effort to herd sheep. No, seriously. Believe it or not, this isn’t the first time that a monkey was seen riding a dog as part of halftime entertainment of an NFL game. The same thing happened two years...
The Cincinnati Bengals took it to the Minnesota Vikings in the first half on Sunday, and you can say all the bounces went their way. In the second quarter, they got an interception after a ball hit Dre Kirkpatrick in the facemask, bounced into the air, and literally landed in the lap of George Iloka, […]
Cincinnati Bengals LB Vincent Rey returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown to set the tone as the defense got off to a fast start on Sunday, while QB Andy Dalton completed 27 of 38 passes and threw four touchdown passes as the Bengals stomped to a 42-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
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Another big game at home got the Bengals back into the playoffs.
Linebacker Vincent Rey returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown and Cincinnati's defense set up another fast start on Sunday, and Andy Dalton threw four touchdown passes and the Bengals pulled away to a 42-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
The Bengals (10-5) remained perfect at home and clinched...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Andy Dalton gets another chance to show that he and the Bengals can be winners in the playoffs. It's been a long time since that's happened.
Dalton threw four touchdown passes during a 42-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, the first step in a series of events that broke the Bengals' way and got them a division title.
The Bengals (10-5...
Linebacker James Harrison is inactive for the Bengals' game against the Vikings because of a concussion suffered a week earlier.
Left guard Andrew Whitworth is in the lineup, recovering from a concussion sustained during practice on Wednesday. Right guard Kevin Zeitler is active but not starting - he's missed the last four games with a foot problem.
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Andy Dalton had a big game in Week 16 against the Minnesota Vikings.
Dalton trashed the secondary of the Vikings for tour touchdows and 366 yards in a 42-14 rout.
Vikings corner Chris Cook was abused twice on touchdown passes to A.J. Green. It was a big day for Dalton who ended up getting rested late in the game.
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On Sunday the Minnesota Vikings and Cincinnati Bengals will face off against one another.
The Bengals (9-5) are unbeaten at home and looking to punch their playoff ticket with a AFC North championship. To do that they need a win and some help with a Ravens loss. Meanwhile the Vikings (4-9-1) are likely playing for the job of head coach Leslie Frazier.
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Photos from the Vikings' 42-14 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Field in Cincinnati, Ohio