Sun Oct 31 04:51pm EDT
If Jon Kitna(notes) had the worst luck of the day, Cincinnati Bengals teammates Carson Palmer(notes) and Terrell Owens(notes) had the best. The pair hooked up on a miraculous second-quarter touchdown on a deflected ball that somehow found its way into T.O.'s waiting arms.
With the first half winding down and the Bengals looking to pad a 7-6 lead, Palmer underthrew a pass to Owens. It appeared that Chris Clemons would have an easy interception, but the Miami Dolphins safety bobbled the ball numerous times as he was falling to the turf and managed to knock it back up to Owens, who caught it and eased into the end zone.
The rest of the afternoon wouldn't go so well for Cincinnati. Those were the last points the team would score, as the Dolphins used a strong second half to cruise to a 22-14 victory.
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