The game got off to a fast start, with the Giants and Bengals trading big plays. The Giants started off by hitting a big 50-yard pass to Evan Engram, putting them in scoring position, which allowed Wayne Gallman Jr. to cap things off yet another rushing touchdown.
The Bengals immediately answered with a 103-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, setting a new franchise record for longest play.
From there the game devolved into a slugfest as the two teams fought back and forth but couldn’t make much headway. Neither team scored again until Vonn Bell punched the ball out of Engram’s hands for a fumble, which the Bengals turned into a field goal. The Giants answered on their final drive of the half to tie the game up with a narrowly-made Graham Gano field goal.
Use this as your open thread as the Bengals get the ball to start the second half.