Maybe too deep.
The game arguably turned on a key play by reserve defensive back Tony Dye, who returned a blocked punt for a second-quarter score that put Cincy (7-4) ahead 21-13. After the game, veteran linebacker James Harrison was asked about the handiwork of Dye, who was activated off the practice squad just days before the game.
Correct, a reporter assured him.
"Oh. He's probably elated. He's going to look at that all the way to San Diego. He has a week to gloat."