James Harrison, the offseason acquisition from Pittsburgh, has been mostly invisible for the first half of the season. But the linebacker just made this outstanding juggling interception against the rival Browns, then nearly took it to the house for a touchdown. And the Bengals needed this. Down 13-0 following another Andy Dalton pick-six, this Harrison pick completely turned the game around. Soon after the pick, Dalton found Jermaine Gresham for a 25-yard touchdown, cutting the deficit to 13-7. Cincinnati can’t lose again, not with the Steelers and Ravens winning right now.
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