Though quarterback Andy Dalton has been aided by a deep receiving corps, it was his No. 1 that he learned to turn to often after a tumultuous afternoon. Green finished the day with eight catches for 151 yards and a touchdown. His highlight of the afternoon came as time expired in regulation, after reeling-in a game-tying Hail Mary catch that was initially tipped in the air. That catch put Green over the 100-yard mark for the fifth consecutive game, marking the first time any player has done that in Bengals franchise history.
Fantasy Spin: This is why Green's fantasy owners love him. In a day where little goes right offensively, he can still put up monster numbers to keep his owner's fantasy matchups intact. Next week, versus Joe Haden and a Browns team that held him to just seven catches and 51 yards in Week 3, Green will have his work cut out for him. But with that said, Green is a must-start in fantasy leagues of all formats and can be comfortably placed in WR1 slots.