Posted: 10:22 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013
By Josh Kirkendall
Things have reached a point where second-team players are intermixed with third team units, which is comprised of players fighting hard to make the 53-man roster. In a way things get very sloppy and uncoordinated. Despite that, the Bengals offense strung together a ten-play drive that ended with a 47-yard Quinn Sharp field goal, to give Cincinnati a 20-10 lead.
A quick three-and-out, capped by a nice Jayson DiManche tackle and a pass knocked down by Devon Still, led to a punt.
Dane Sanzenbacher hauls in the football, redirected twice, and found an open lane for the 71-yard touchdown return to help break open the score, 27-10.