Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Sam Hubbard made NFL history when he returned a fumble 98 yards for a touchdown to give his team the lead in their wild-card game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Hubbard’s touchdown put Cincinnati up 24-17, and the Bengals would go on to win by that score.
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But NFL fans wondered if the officials missed an illegal block in the backfield as Ravens tight end Mark Andrews tried to track down Hubbard. Andrews made a valiant effort to tackle Hubbard but was unable to do so as Marcus Bailey pushed him out of the way.
It looked like Bailey might have blocked Andrews on the sideline, but some fans were looking for a penalty.
Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley was rolling in the fourth quarter before his fumble. He threw a touchdown pass to DeMarcus Robinson to tie the game at 17 and looked like he was going to give his team the lead after a 25-yard run that brought the team within 2 yards of a touchdown.
He was met on the goal line by Logan Wilson and the fullback cleared the ball.
It was the longest failed comeback in postseason history.
Hubbard had four hits and one hit in the game. Wilson finished with 10 tackles and a forced fumble. The play gave Cincinnati a touchdown and an extra point with about 11:39 left in the game.
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Cincinnati won the game and will play the Buffalo Bills in the divisional round.