Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals game highlights, final score in NFL Playoffs

Watch highlights of the Tennessee Titans’ AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday in Nissan Stadium.

Tennessee rested last week in the rewards of the No. 1 seed in the AFC, while Cincinnati won in the wild card round against Las Vegas in the team’s first playoff victory in 31 years.

Check out the highlights below.

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Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals game highlights, score

Bengals safety Jesse Bates picks off Ryan Tannehill on first play, leads to Cincinnati field goal

Titans defense racking up the sacks early

Ja’Marr Chase’s 57-yard catch-and-run leads to another Bengals FG

A.J. Brown 43-yard reception jumpstarts Tennessee’s offense

Titans 6, Bengals

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No. 2 Cincinnati survives with late goal-line stand

On a day the college football world got a televised picture postcard from Cincinnati, the Bearcats got out to a 14-0 start against Tulsa, sputtered in the second quarter, pulled away, then sputtered again.

It would come down to a pair of late possessions by Tulsa, both stopped. After fumbling away what looked like their final possession, the Bearcats defense stopped the Golden Hurricane four straight times. Steven Anderson’s last rush was fumbled in the end zone and recovered by senior Jabari Taylor to secure UC’s 28-20 Homecoming triumph over Tulsa.

“We train for that,” Darrian Beavers said of the back-to-back goal-line stands. “We practice for that. We practice for sudden moments when we don’t expect it and we think the game’s over. Stuff happens. We have to be always prepared to come out on the field. (When) our backs are against the wall, we play our best.”

Though not

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Former Cincinnati Bengals Defensive End Darius Hodge Claimed By Miami Dolphins

CINCINNATI — Former Bengals defensive end Darius Hodge was claimed by the Miami Dolphins on Friday according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Cincinnati waived the rookie on Thursday and there was at least some hope that he would return to the practice squad. Instead, Hodge will continue his career in Miami. 

Hodge appeared in four games for the Bengals this season, but was only on the field for six defensive snaps and 13 special teams snaps. He’s been inactive since Week 4. 

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Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (18) warms up before kickoff of a Week 1 NFL football game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020, at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. Los Angeles Chargers At Cincinnati Bengals Sept 13

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Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson Feb 7, 2021; Tampa, FL, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) runs the ball during the second quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium.

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Aug 27, 2020; Cincinnati, Ohio, USA; Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (18) during training camp at the teams practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

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Wade Miley throws no-hitter as Cincinnati Reds blank Cleveland

Major League Baseball’s no-hitter parade continues.

Two days after John Means tossed a no-hitter and near perfect game for the Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati’s Wade Miley shut down the hitters in Cleveland for his own no-hitter in the Reds’ 3-0 win Friday night in the battle of Ohio.

Miley struck out eight and walked one while throwing 114 pitches to record his first career no-hitter and Cincinnati’s first since Homer Bailey blanked the San Francisco Giants on July 2, 2013.

It was the 17th no-hitter in Reds’ franchise history and the fourth no-hitter of the 2021 season — fifth if Madison Bumgarner’s seven-inning no-no for the Arizona Diamondbacks is included. It’s the second time this season that Cleveland has been no-hit.

No Cleveland pitcher has thrown a no-hitter since Len Barker’s perfect game on May 15, 1981. It’s the longest current streak without a no-hitter in baseball.


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