If you haven't seen it already, check the tape on Cincinnati's first play from scrimmage at Washington.
That'd be a 73-yard touchdown pass to AJ Green, thrown not by his usual quarterback, Andy Dalton, but by rookie receiver Mohamed Sanu. Not a bad way to open the day.
The Bengals came out in a Wildcat look, then let Sanu chuck it deep off a run-fake. Green absolutely roasted the 'Skins secondary. Nifty gimmick play right there. Sanu has passing experience at lower levels, so this surely isn't the last we'll see of him as a dual-threat Wildcat QB.
As of this writing, with 4:36 to go in the second quarter, Green has four catches for 104 yards and the early score. Washington's defense entered the week ranked 30th in the league against the pass (313.5 YPG), so they've shown no special ability to shut down anyone's air attack.
If you're a Green owner, feel free to talk a small amount of smack in comments.
(A very small amount. Don't count chickens. Fantasy can be a cruel game).