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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.Joe Flacco-Wikipedia
  • Bengals receiver A. J. Green, who had 1,426 receiving yards during the season, finished the game with just three catches for 34 yards.2013–14 NFL playoffs-Wikipedia
  • 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.2017 Denver Broncos season-Wikipedia
  • 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.2011–12 NFL playoffs-Wikipedia
  • 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.2017 Chicago Bears season-Wikipedia
  • All four touchdowns were in the first half, three of them were caught by A. J. Green.Andy Dalton-Wikipedia

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