|Total Net Yards||356|
|Time of Possession||39:31|
|Total Net Yards||235|
|Time of Possession||20:29|
Bengals special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons called his shot the second Dallas punter Chris Jones's first kick of Saturday night scraped the scoreboard hanging above the middle of the field at AT&T Stadium in the middle of the first quarter of a scoreless game.
The silver lining in Cincinnati's 24-18 loss to Dallas on Saturday was actually Green. Two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green walked out of the cobwebs to make his 2013 debut and led the Bengals with three catches for 42 yards.
The Bengals had an uneasy first half Saturday night as their league-leading offense turned it over twice on third down that included quarterback Andy Dalton's first interception of the preseason and right tackle Andre Smith left the game with a knee injury as the Cowboys handled the Bengals in every category in a 24-18 victory.
With the Cowboys coming off a six-turnover game and their first-team offense yet to score a touchdown, the Bengals are expected to get their best shot in Saturday's preseason game at AT&T Stadium.