Sunday, September 23, 2012
Wild start in Bengals game
By Jamison Hensley
It's been a wild first four minutes to the Bengals-Redskins game.
The Bengals scored on the first play of scrimmage, when rookie wide receiver Mohamed Sanu threw a 73-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver A.J. Green. Sanu, who lined up at quarterback on that play, ran the scout team at quarterback in the preseason in preparation for Tim Tebow.
Backed up to his own end zone on their next possession, Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was intercepted on a swing pass by linebacker Rob Jackson, who caught the pass in the end zone for the touchdown. Dalton was hit while throwing the pass.
We'll see if the big plays continue in this one.