NFL

Andy Dalton Throws an Interception, James Harrison Rips Off Danny Woodhead's Helmet, and Now the Bengals are in Trouble

Andy Dalton interception AFC Wildcard-b

The Cincinnati Bengals don’t want the Kansas City Chiefs to be the only long time playoff winless team to stay in misery. Cincinnati has not won a playoff game since the 1990 postseason. They are in danger of continuing that at home against San Diego. Andy Dalton threw his first interception of the game, to go along with an earlier fumble (and Gio Bernard’s fumble). That set up the Chargers near the goal line.

Then, James Harrison took things into his own hands, ripping Danny Woodhead’s helmet off, giving San Diego a first down at the three yard line. Only the defense making two stands to hold San Diego to field goals after the last two turnovers has the Bengals still in it, down 20-10.

James Harrison facemask on Danny Woodhead-b

Related: Gio Bernard Fumbles on the Way to the End Zone

Related: Danny Woodhead Scores First Touchdown of Game, Yells in Celebration

blog comments powered by Disqus
prev.loading
nextloading