VIDEO: Antonio Brown Scores On A 60-Yard Punt Return TD Against The Bengals

The special teams miscues just keep on coming for the Cincinnati Bengals in their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

After having one field goal taken back by a delay of game penalty and then another one blocked, the Bengals lost a fumble on a kick-return to go down 21-0.

But just as they were getting back in the game, they allow a 60-yard punt return TD to Steelers WR Antonio Brown, who was not touched by Cincinnati's punt team:

Punter Kevin Huber had the best chance to get a shot on Brown, which was really no chance at all.

Cincinnati actually outgained Pittsburgh 175-160 in total yards in the first half and had an edge in time of possession, but penalties and special team miscues have them down 28-7 to the Steelers.

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