Jaguars Vs. Bengals Score Update: Teams Tied At Half 13-13 After Bengals TD And Missed Extra Point

The visiting Cincinnati Bengals have tied the game back up at half 13-13 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Instead of kicking two field goals, the Bengals relied on a touchdown on another touchdown pass from rookie quarterback Andy Dalton. This time Dalton connected with tight end Jermaine Gresham for a three-yard score with just 21 ticks left in the first half. However, the Bengals were unable to capitalize on the extra point as Mike Nugent's kick was no good.

The Bengals surged back into the game offensively and are now on level footing yardage-wise with the Jaguars. The Jaguars dominated the early portion of the game offensively as Cincinnati struggled to keep the chains moving after their opening drive.

The play of both rookie quarterbacks has tailed off from their torrid pace at the game's inception, but Dalton has added another touchdown pass to his total, giving him two for the day.

Stay tuned to SB Nation Tampa for more updates and analysis on this game as it moves along.

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