The Cincinnati Bengals opened the 2021 NFL Preseason with a 19-14 street prevail upon the safeguarding Super Bowl-champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Relatively few starters saw a lot playing time for the Bengals, and a few didn’t play by any means, including QB Joe Burrow.
Among the features for the Bengals was Ja’Marr Chase’s first NFL get, which was a 16-yard gathering, interferences by Trayvon Henderson and Kavon Frazier, and a surging score for running back Chris Evans.
Notwithstanding the two interferences, the Bengals’ safeguard recorded four sacks, with youngster Darius Hodge driving the way with 1.5 sacks and five QB hits.
Individual freshman Joseph Ossai piled up a sack, two QB hits and a few different pressing factors prior to going down with a wrist injury, which was apparently the greatest killjoy of the night for Cincinnati.
Under focus, Brandon Allen got the beginning and went a noteworthy 7/10 tossing for 77 yards.
Previous Vanderbilt champion Kyle Shurmur then, at that point dominated and completed the game at quarterback and went 12/19 for 108 yards and a severe pick-six that nearly started a Buccaneers rally late.
Four quarterbacks played for the Buccaneers with starter and seven-time Super Bowl-champion Tom Brady endeavoring only two passes, Ryan Griffin being held to 6/11 passing with two captures, Blaine Gabbert additionally going 6/11, and freshman Kyle Trask went 4/15 in the wake of being a Heisman finalist last season with the Florida Gators.Topics #Bengals' preseason #Buccaneers