BALTIMORE -- It was a long day here Sunday for the Cincinnati Bengals, who lost for the fourth time in five outings.
The day might have been even longer, though, for referee Gerald Austin and his officiating crew, whose difficult moments included allowing the Bengals five downs on a first-quarter possession.
The series in question originated with 10:28 remaining in the quarter. On first-and-10 from his own 42-yard line, Cincinnati quarterback Carson Palmer threw to wide ...
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