Green compiled 10 receptions for 227 yard and the final two Bengals touchdowns to vault Cincy to the victory. He became just the second player in NFL history with 10-plus catches for 225-plus receiving yards and two-plus touchdowns, including a game-winning TD in the fourth quarter or overtime (Miles Austin, 2009).
The receiver's highlight package from Sunday is a thing of beauty:
Good luck with that, John.
After starting the season with just eight catches for 108 yards combined in the first two weeks, Green exploded against the Ravens.
"I know my numbers are going to come," Green said of the slow first two games. "We were winning. I put trust in Hue (Jackson), he's like a father figure to me. I know my numbers are going to come. Whenever my number is called I have to make a play."