BREAKING: Bills safety Dummer Hamlin was injured in the first quarter of the Bengals-Bills game. An ambulance came into the field.
Hamlin was hit, got up and remained standing for a while before collapsing again.
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The first responder performed CPR. Nine minutes after the hit, he remains collapsed.
Update 6:21 1Q: The Bills get on the board with a field goal to make it 7-3.
Allen showed off his arm strength and elusive ability on the drive. Bengals defensive coordinator Lou Anarmo, who is not known to bring the pressure, dialed up a second-down blitz in midfield, and Allen overcame the pressure to find standout wide receiver Stefon Diggs in midfield. I was.
But the Bengals’ defense bowed its head. Cornerback Mike Hilton shot an edge after three plays and nearly intercepted Allen’s handoff before he threw the ball to the ground. On the next play, Allen misfired wide receiver Cole Beasley and the Bills settled for three.
Safety Jesse Bates settled in the third of the field above standout wide receiver Stephon Diggs, with a corner playing underneath him, effectively doubling Diggs in the red zone.
Allen appeared to have suffered a leg injury after defensive end Trey Hendrickson rolled up to him on the final incomplete pass. It seems he can go back. Allen is already dealing with a shoulder injury.
Update 12:34 1Q: The Bengals lead 7-0 on Joe Burrow’s touchdown pass to wide receiver Tyler Boyd.
It was Burrow’s 35th touchdown pass of the season, a franchise record he held since breaking Andy Dalton’s record of 33 TD passes in New England last week.
Boyd went one-on-one with Bills cornerback Tredavius White and beat him at the skinny post. It was Boyd’s sixth touchdown catch of the season.
Ja’Marr Chase started by drawing a first play pass interference call with a deep shot from Joe Burrow. otherwise it would have been a 75-yard touchdown.
Tight end Hayden Hurst returned to play Monday night after missing a month with a calf injury, but caught a pass in the seam, seemingly easing injury concerns as he approached. We almost succeeded in safety.
A 5-play, 75-yard drive saw 4 first downs, just 1 second down, and a 3-inch and 1-inch conversion on a burrow sneak.
Cincinnati (WXIX) – The Bengals take on the Bills on Monday Night Football at Peycoe Stadium. The match will have viewers across the country and will have a major impact on the playoffs.
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