Jaguars Vs. Bengals Score Update: Bengals Claw Back, Tie Game At Seven Apiece As First Quarter Winds Down

The Cincinnati Bengals have evened the game 7-7, with a touchdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars, with 3:25 remaining in the first quarter. At the end of the quarter, the score is still tied 7-7. The touchdown was scored by a combination of rookies, as rookie quarterback Andy Dalton hooked up with rookie wide receiver A.J. Green on a 37-yard pass.

The score also came on the Bengals first possession, answering the Jaguars score on the game's first possession. The Bengals went 69 yards on 12 plays, gaining 54 yards through the air and 22 on the ground while losing seven on a sack.

Both rookie quarterbacks have looked good to this point, as Gabbert is 4-5 for 58 yards and Dalton is 3-5 for 54 yards and a touchdown. Neither quarterback has thrown an interception and both quarterbacks sport QB Ratings of over 115.

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