The Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals came into overtime in their game Sunday, tied at 13-13. In an entire 15-minute period of overtime, no team added a score. This resulted in the first tie-game in the NFL since Week 10 of 2002, when the Steelers tied with the Falcons in Pittsburgh. Shayne Graham missed a 47-yard field goal attempt that would have won the game with 13 seconds left. A hail mary attempt from Donovan McNabb intended for Hank Baskett fell incomplete, and the game ended at a stalemate. More to come on this later.
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