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    [2016] Week #9 - MNF

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    Indianapolis Colts (6-1) at Cincinnati Bengals (4-4)

    Indianapolis Colts (6-1) at Cincinnati Bengals (4-4)

    Cincinnati, OH - 42 F and Rainy

    First Quarter

    • Greg Bierria to Tony Peaks, 37 yd TD pass - 4:55 (7-0) (IND)

    Second Quarter

    • Vincenzo Aiola, 44 yd FG - 11:23 (7-3) (CIN)
    • Tony Peaks, 2 yd TD run - 4:45 (14-3) (IND)
    • Vincenzo Aiola, 32 yd FG - 1:13 (14-6) (CIN)

    Third Quarter

    • Greg Bierria to Jason Lee, 18 yd TD pass - 10:24 (21-6) (IND)
    • Raymond Ponce, INT return for 2 yards - 5:48 (IND)
    • Jermaine Farmer, missed 46 yd FG - 3:40 (IND)
    • Steven Curtis, 13 yd TD run - 0:20 (21-13) (CIN)

    Fourth Quarter

    • Steven Curtis, 5 yd TD run - 1:53 (21-19) (CIN) - TWO POINT CONVERSION IS NO GOOD
    • CINCINNATI SUCCESSFULLY CONVERTED AN ONSIDE KICK - 1:49
    • Vincenzo Aiola, missed 49 yd FG - 0:00 (CIN)

    FINAL SCORE: (7-1) Indianapolis 21-19 Cincinnati (4-5)

    Offensive Line Ratings: 7.6 - 8.1

    Punting Average: 42.4 - 46.3

     

    Leaders

     

    Passing

    Greg Bierria, IND, 20 of 33 for 237 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT

    Blake Shell, CIN, 20 of 36 for 212 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT

     

    Rushing

    Tony Peaks, IND, 13 for 73 yards, 1 TD

    Steven Curtis, CIN, 14 for 67 yards, 2 TD

     

    Receiving

    Mosi Bartos, IND, 6 for 122 yards, 0 TD

    Ryan Mitchell, CIN, 4 for 80 yards, 0 TD

    Jason Lee, IND, 4 for 58 yards, 1 TD

    Tony Peaks, IND, 2 for 44 yards, 1 TD

    Steve Warner, CIN, 3 for 38 yards, 0 TD

    Tony DeMarco, CIN, 2 for 30 yards, 0 TD

     

    Defense

    Raymond Ponce, IND, 1 INT, 2 Tackles

    Barron Anthony, CIN, 1 Sack, 3 Tackles

    Kendall Hill, CIN, 1 Sack, 4 Tackles

    Rodney Galbreath, IND, 0.5 Sacks, 3 Tackles

    Keith Hooks, IND, 0.5 Sacks, 2 Tackles

    Nick Upshaw, CIN, 5 Tackles

     

    Injuries

    Tony Smith, CB, IND, Broken Leg - Out for season.

    Tony DeMarco, TE, CIN, Concussion - Day-to-Day

     

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    The massive difference between these two teams is that Bierra has a go to guy in Bartos (who may have the highest YPC of all receivers). If Shell gets a Sean Jenkins or Tai Miller, I think the game is completely different. Crazy to think how the turn around for the bengals have gone from last season to this season.

    Also Bartos schooled Jacoby Seaverns, and Seaverns is a pretty decent corner. Overall an amazing game. Must have been great to watch!

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    The massive difference between these two teams is that Bierra has a go to guy in Bartos (who may have the highest YPC of all receivers). If Shell gets a Sean Jenkins or Tai Miller, I think the game is completely different. Crazy to think how the turn around for the bengals have gone from last season to this season.

    Also Bartos schooled Jacoby Seaverns, and Seaverns is a pretty decent corner. Overall an amazing game. Must have been great to watch!

    It's a matter of their line. They went from a godawful line to one of the better ones. Makes a world of difference.

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    The massive difference between these two teams is that Bierra has a go to guy in Bartos (who may have the highest YPC of all receivers). If Shell gets a Sean Jenkins or Tai Miller, I think the game is completely different. Crazy to think how the turn around for the bengals have gone from last season to this season.

    Also Bartos schooled Jacoby Seaverns, and Seaverns is a pretty decent corner. Overall an amazing game. Must have been great to watch!

    Seaverns struggles mightily against speed WRs. 

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