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Bengals win first playoff game in 31 years after Derek Carr interception

It was fourth down with lower than a 20 seconds to go. On the opposite aspect of that fourth down, was historical past. Derek Carr was pressured and tried to squeeze the ball into tight protection, however as a substitute he threw the cross that may ship the Bengals to the divisional spherical. The ball was intercepted and after a 31-year drought, the Bengals have lastly discovered success in the postseason. 

The Bengals defeated the Raiders on Saturday 26–19 to win their first playoff game since January 1991. Town of Cincinnati lastly bought its win largely due to its second-year quarterback Joe Burrow, who wasn’t even born when the Bengals defeated the Oilers in the wild card. 

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Burrow completed the game with 244 passing yards and two landing passes. Rookie phenom Ja’Marr Chase caught 9 passes for 116 yards in the historic win. 

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