Bengals scored a field goal that won the game to go to the AFC Championship.
The Bengals then boasted a draft of Evan McPherson, the only kicker in the 2021 draft.
McPherson scored 13 out of 19 Bengals points.
Cincinnati Bengals showed good kicker value on Saturday.
The Bengals defeated the 19-16-year-old Tennessee Titans to advance to the AFC Championship behind kicker Evan McPherson.
Over time, McPherson scored a 52-yard field goal that won the game and nailed the kick after Bengals came up with a 20-second passcut.
The angle from the stand shows how impressive the 52-yard field goal is.
McPherson scored 13 out of 19 Bengals points, achieving a perfect fourth in the field goal and gaining additional points after touching down from Joe Mixon in the third quarter.
According to ESPN’s Ben Baby, McPherson felt good preparing for the final kick.
After the match, Bengals bragged about McPherson on Twitter. McPherson was drafted in Round 5 and was the only kicker in the 2021 draft.
It was also a callback to the first week when McPherson kicked the overtime field goal that won the match.
Anyway, Pick was rewarded by the Bengali.
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