Bengals work double pass to perfection

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The Cincinnati Bengals must have taken a cue from Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots.

Up 14-7 late in the second quarter, Cincy dug into its bag of trickeration.

Joe Burrow took the snap and threw a backward pass to Tyler Boyd.

The wideout then looked across the field where he found running back Joe Mixon.

Mixon took the pass and took off. He wasn’t stopped until the play worked for 46 yards and left Cincy at the New York 7.

The Bengals had to settle for a field goal and had a 17-7 lead over Gang Green.