Fourth Quarter Recap
The Bengals struck again in the fourth quarter with receiver Cobi Hamilton making
Cincinnati quickly answered the Rogers score. In just 1:30, the Bengals drove 37 yards in five plays thanks to a 59-yard kickoff return by Onterio McCalebb. Bengals running back James Wilder Jr. scored on a three-yard touchdown run. Wilder Jr.’s touchdown gave the Bengals a 35-7 lead with 6:05 left in the fourth quarter.
That would be the final score as the Colts finished the preseason winless in 2014.
Third Quarter Recap
After a Colts three-and-out to start the second half, Bengals wide receiver Dane Sanzenbacher took the ensuing punt 77 yards the other way for a touchdown. That score pushed the Bengals lead to 14-0 with 13:30 to go in the third quarter.
Following the Bengals punt return for a touchdown, the Colts offense continued to struggle. Quarterback Chandler Harnish was once again flushed from the pocket and under duress threw a pick six to Bengals safety Danieal Manning. The interception return was 33 yards and gave the Bengals a 21-0 lead with 12:27 left in the third quarter.
Neither offense got into any sort of a rhythm the rest of the quarter as the team’s traded punts back and forth.
At the end of the third quarter, the Bengals led the Colts 21-0.
Second Quarter Recap
After punts on the Colts first two offensive drives, Chandler Harnish led the offense to the Bengals 10-yard line. The Colts went for it on a fourth-and-two but undrafted rookie
The Bengals answered with their best drive of the night. Rookie running back Jeremy Hill took off for a 41-yard screen pass from quarterback Jason Campbell. That drive ended with Campbell finding tight end Ryan Hewitt for a one-yard touchdown. Campbell’s pass was tipped by Colts linebacker
The Colts leading tacklers at halftime were
At halftime, the Bengals led the Colts 7-0.
First Quarter Recap
The Bengals won the toss and elected to receive.
The Colts defense did not have one player start on Thursday night that is currently listed as a starter on the team’s depth chart.
Offensively, the Colts slid rookie
Each team had a pair of offensive series in the opening frame, all of which ended in punts.
At the end of the first quarter, the score was tied at 0.
The Colts defensive starters:
The Colts offensive starters: Chandler Harnish, Boom Herron, Mario Harvey,
In-Game Injury Updates
OT-Joe Reitz (X-rays indicate a high ankle sprain)
Colts Players Not Dressed
Colts Pre-Game Notes
-There won’t be a “will not play” list issued tonight like previous preseason games.
-Later on, Luck worked with
-For the second straight year, the Colts and Bengals are meeting in the preseason finale at Paul Brown Stadium. The two teams have met in the preseason every year but one since 1992.
-It’s a perfect night here in Cincinnati with temperatures and the 80s and sunny skies shining down on the Colts and Bengals.
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