A.J. Green is a bad, bad man.
The Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver showed Sunday that when he’s healthy, he’s undoubtedly one of the best wideouts the NFL has right now. That was no more apparent than on one potentially game-changing play in the third quarter.
That ankle-breaking cut that left Pittsburgh safety Mike Mitchell laying face-down on the turf is something else.
The touchdown was Green’s first of the day and put him over 200 receiving yards for the game — with the entire fourth quarter to play.
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