- Cincinnati, OH 45202
- Line: CIN -1.0
- Over/Under: 36
Joe Mixon 24 Yd pass from Andy Dalton (Jonathan Brown Kick)
6 plays, 64 yards, 3:04
Kyle Fuller 47 Yd Interception Return (Cody Parkey Kick)
1 play, 0 yards, 0:11
Tyler Boyd 3 Yd pass from Andy Dalton (Randy Bullock Kick)
9 plays, 75 yards, 4:17
Taquan Mizzell 1 Yd Run (Cody Parkey Kick)
12 plays, 75 yards, 6:18
Randy Bullock 28 Yd Field Goal
8 plays, 71 yards, 2:49
Jonathan Brown 24 Yd Field Goal
13 plays, 63 yards, 4:38
Randy Bullock 29 Yd Field Goal
4 plays, 40 yards, 0:22
Cody Parkey 39 Yd Field Goal
6 plays, 42 yards, 2:22
Cody Parkey 35 Yd Field Goal
5 plays, 65 yards, 2:09
Demarcus Ayers 3 Yd Run (Cody Parkey Kick)
7 plays, 92 yards, 3:33
Auden Tate 33 Yd pass from Jeff Driskel (Randy Bullock Kick)
4 plays, 91 yards, 1:43
Time for NFL to expand replay: Why the league needs a new safety net
Sunday's no-call in the NFC Championship Game shows us why it's time for the NFL to make pass interference a reviewable play.
McVay 'not gonna complain' about missed call
Sean McVay says the missed pass interference call late in the fourth quarter was a "bang-bang play" and is happy the referees let the teams compete.
Brees: 'Everybody in the world' saw pass interference
Drew Brees expresses his frustration after the critical no-call late in the 4th quarter, and brings up the possibility of replay reviews in the future.
Lewis on no-call: 'Everybody knows it was obvious'
Tommylee Lewis comments on the no-call after an apparent pass interference by Nickell Robey-Coleman, saying that it should have been an obvious whistle.
Tom Brady throws third interception from 1-yard line in playoffs since 2001
Tom Brady's second-quarter interception from the 1-yard line Sunday against the Chiefs marked the first interception thrown from the 1 in the playoffs since Russell Wilson's against the Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX and only the third since 2001.
Clark breaks down controversial no-call
Ryan Clark analyzes the lack of a pass interference call late in the game between the Rams and the Saints.