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American football wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League (NFL). Wikipedia
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- However, the Ravens would go on to lose the game 23–16, after Bengals' quarterback Andy Dalton connected with receiver A. J. Green for an even more stupendous 77-yard touchdown that would ultimately be the game winner.
- Bengals receiver A. J. Green, who had 1,426 receiving yards during the season, finished the game with just three catches for 34 yards.
- The Bengals grabbed a 20–10 lead with nine minutes remaining in the game, with quarterback Andy Dalton connecting on an 18-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver A. J. Green.
- In the first quarter, a 52-yard pass interference penalty against Texans defensive back Glover Quin while trying to cover A. J. Green gave the Bengals a first down at the Houston 24-yard line.
- On the ensuing drive, Dalton's pass to A. J. Green was deflected and intercepted by Eddie Jackson, which resulted in Trubisky's one-yard touchdown pass to Adam Shaheen.
- All four touchdowns were in the first half, three of them were caught by A. J. Green.
- In the fourth quarter, the Broncos once again increased their lead, with a 52-yard touchdown pass from Orton to Decker, but the Bengals responded, with a 5-yard touchdown pass from Dalton to wide receiver A. J. Green.
- The Bengals responded by driving 59 yards on a 10-play drive with Dalton connecting with superstar receiver A. J. Green on a 21-yard touchdown pass for a 14-7 lead.
- However, with the aid of strong play from their first and second-round draft picks, receiver A. J. Green and quarterback Andy Dalton, the Bengals still managed to record their third winning season.
- He made his first career interception off a pass by quarterback Andy Dalton, that was originally intended for wide receiver A. J. Green, in the third quarter.
- Under a West Coast-style offensive scheme, Dalton and wide receiver A. J. Green became a prolific quarterback/receiver combination, breaking NFL records for completions and yards for a rookie quarterback/receiver combination.
- Andy Dalton drove the Bengals into Texans territory, but A. J. Green fumbled, sealing the Texans' 10-6 victory over the Bengals.
- It was the second consecutive game in which A. J. Green did not record a touchdown reception; he had in eight straight before that.
- A. J. Green finished the game with 12 receptions for 180 yards plus a touchdown.
- Coming into the game, A. J. Green had a streak of nine consecutive games in which he scored a touchdown.
- The Bengals would answer with quarterback Andy Dalton completing a 36-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver A. J. Green.
- The Bears' defense had to apply pressure to Andy Dalton, whose quick release led to four play-action touchdown passes to A. J. Green in 2013, the third most in the NFL.
- Cincinnati scored on its first possession, when Andy Dalton threw to A. J. Green for an 82-yard touchdown.
- In a game against standout wide receiver A. J. Green of Georgia, Peterson was able to hold Green to just four catches.
- He finished the season leading all rookies in touchdown receptions with eight, while his 54 receptions for 959 yards ranked him second among rookies in yards and touchdowns, behind A. J. Green, of the Cincinnati Bengals and third in catches behind Green and Greg Little, of the Cleveland Browns.
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