The Kansas City Chiefs can look at the game film all the want this week. But they may never be able to figure out what more they could have done -- within the rules -- to stop A.J. Green from making this touchdown catch.
Trailing 3-0 in the second quarter, the Bengals had marched down to Kansas City's 4-yard line. On 1st and goal, Andy Dalton lofted a fade pass to Green who was covered by Kendrick Lewis and Javier Arenas. But that didn't matter.
With Arenas in tight coverage and Lewis closing, Green stuck out his left hand managed to make the catch while somehow keeping both feet in bounds as he fell to the ground.
It was Green's 10th touchdown catch of the season which is the most by any receiver in the league. It was also the ninth straight game Green has caught a touchdown pass and the Bengals went on to win 28-6.
For those who prefer a more static look at the amazing play, AP photograher Ed Zurga captured Green's catch.