Bengals Big Comeback for OT Win vs. Seahawks (Week 5, 2015) | NFL Full Game

Bengals Big Comeback for OT Win vs. Seahawks (Week 5, 2015) | NFL Full Game

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  1. 5:58 Dalton 14-yard TD Pass to T. Eifert

    12:41 R. Wilson 30-yard TD Pass to J. Kearse

    49:34 Dalton Picked Off by E. Thomas

    56:26 Wilson Pass to Graham for 22 yards to set up Field Goal

    1:03:03 Wilson Completes 46-yard pass to Baldwin on 3rd and 3

    1:03:34 Wilson Picked Off by Adam Jones

    1:09:31 T. Rawls 69-yard TD Run

    1:15:02 B. Wagner 23-yard Fumble Recovery for TD

    1:36:29 Adam Jones Returns punt 35 yards

    1:40:08 Dalton 10-yard TD Pass to Eifert

    1:53:15 Dalton 5-yard Rush TD

    1:58:41 Bengals Defense Stops Wilson to Force Punt

    2:01:57 Start of Dalton Game-Tying Drive

    2:04:18 Eifert makes Clutch Catch

    2:06:19 Nugent Game-Tying 31-yard Field Goal

    2:21:29 Wilson Sacked by Dunlap on 3rd Down

    2:22:56 Start of Dalton Game-Winning Drive

    2:27:33 Nugent Game-Winning 42-yard Field Goal

  2. Hello NFL – I'm a new football fan (and player) but was wondering – if you're going to keep doing free games will you not put the outcome in the title!! Perhaps a hint or teaser but not the actual outcome haha!

  3. Happy to say I was at this game and is easily the best sports-going experience I've ever had. One hell of a game and a GREAT day to be a Bengal

  4. Bengals start 8-0; Proceed to lose in the wild card round for like the 5th year straight. Classic Bengals.

  5. This was an amazing game to be at. I never felt so much energy in the stadium before. How we willed ourselves back into the game was incredible. I'll never forget this one! WHO DEY!

  6. Miss us being this good. I think by the end of this season (2017) we will have a new head coach. I'm thinking the Patriot's defensive coordinator because he's done so good this year and will wanna get paid more, plus our defense is not looking good nor is our offensive line. Really looking forward to a new start in 2018.

  7. This is how bad the Seahawks are Super Bowl 49 2nd and goal they pass and throw a pic Malcomb Butler saves the game for the Patriots

    (I’m a patriots fan but Bengals are my second favorite team even though they aren’t really good when they enter the playoffs sadly. but we got next year though)


  8. the seahawks don't seem to respect Wilson, the dont invest in getting him pretection or world class targets

  9. When Bengnals Lost 6 out of 8 games in the final weeks in the 2015 Season and Have 2 Penalties to lose in the WILD CARD!!!!

  10. Why they ever let Marvin Jones and Sanu get away, I will NEVER understand. Those two with Green on the same field, TODAY? could you imagine that in 2018? I think I could play QB and throw for 3000 yards with those 3.

  11. Look at all those playmakers we had Aj Eifert Sanu Marvin Jones Bernard Jermey Hill. Oh my we were loaded I miss it πŸ˜”πŸ˜”

  12. Bengals really should have ended the playoff win drought that year but they blew it big time, never recovered from that loss, and now it looks like they’re going to be stuck in 4th place for a long time.

  13. I hated pacman, I'm so glad he's gone from Cincinnati. He was always such a stain on the city. Glad Marvins gone too, our football culture in Cincinnati needed a facelift for sue. Who Dey!

  14. We would have a playoff game if not for VINTAZ BURFICT and his dumb penalty!!! What a shame!!!!

  15. Man, I sure do miss Adam "Pacman" Jones.

    Nah, just kidding. I don't miss that idiot. That arrogant, knuckle-dragging moron cost Cincinnati a playoff win later in the year due to his utter lack of impulse control when Joey Porter goaded him into a 15-yard penalty (when Roethlisberger could barely throw due to an injury) that put Pittsburgh into FG range for the game-winner.

    Who would EVER have seen THAT coming?

    2:00:28 – Oh, that's right. Everybody.

    The Bengals will always be a crappy team until they decide to stop bringing in athletically talented criminals with the mental capacity of a fence post.

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