Another A.J. McCarron fumble led to a William Gay touchdown that was called back, but his dance was upheld.
The touchdown was overturned, but William Gay’s chicken dance wasn’t. I guess that’s why it’s called the No Fun League.
Cam Thomas recovered another A.J. McCarron turnover who couldn’t hold onto the ball. Luckily, William Gay picked up the football and scored before unleashing an epic dance in the end zone. Even if the score stood, there still hasn’t been an offensive touchdown in this game.
William Gay has remained one of the best characters in the game, and his touchdown dances have been the subject of scorn from the No Fun League refs. Fortunately, there was no flag thrown on his celebration.
The fumble did still lead to a change of possession, which allowed the Steelers to extend their lead to 9-0. The Bengals looked like they could’ve finally won their first playoff game since 1990 when they won the division with a 12-4 record. While there’s still a lot of game left, we should’ve known better than to trust this team to get it done in the playoffs.
McCarron’s played so poorly so far, it might even make people forget about Brian Hoyer’s day… nah, who am I kidding?