|Total Net Yards||323|
|Time of Possession||31:30|
|Total Net Yards||340|
|Time of Possession||28:30|
If you want to know how Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and wide receiver A.J. Green dominated much of Sunday's 24-21 loss at Soldier Field, go back to that third-and-10 play in a 7-7 game in the second quarter.
"We had the lead going into the fourth quarter, and we got outplayed down the stretch. We lost our composure a little bit, got outplayed, and made it difficult on ourselves."
Frustration boiled over in the aftermath of the Bengals 24-21 Opening Day loss that had head coach Marvin Lewis seething over his team's lack of composure and the way some of the calls came down.
Despite heading into the fourth quarter with a 137-yard edge in offense and nearly seven minutes in time of possession, the Bengals let a should-have-could-have opener slip through their hands in a 24-21 defeat to the Bears.