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article imageWatch this incredible Aqib Talib one-handed interception TD

By David Silverberg     Dec 22, 2014 in Sports
Early in the first quarter of the Monday Night Football clash between the Denver Broncos and the Cincinnati Bengals, Broncos corner Aqib Talib make a stunning highlight play by catching an interception with one hand...and then running for a touchdown.
On a rogue pass by Benglas QB Andy Dalton, Talib snatched the ball of a tip, with just an outstretchd hand. He didn't stay down though; since no Bengals players touched him, he knew he could get up and run for more yards.
He was 35 yards away from a touchdown when he intercepted Dalton, so Talib needed some big Broncos blocking. He got it. Talib slithered into running lanes down the sideline to score the first touchdown of the Monday Nighter..
At the time of publication, the Bengals are tied the Broncos 27-27 with 1:00 left in the third quarter.
Talib, 28, signed a six-year, $57 million contract, including $26 million guaranteed, with the Denver Broncos in March 2014. He's having a banner year, with 35 total tackles so far, and four interceptions.
The Broncos lead the AFT West at 11-3, while the Bengals top the AFC North at 9-4. The Broncos have already clinched their playoff spots but the Bengals desperately need to win this game. Here's how a local Ohio paper broke down the scenarios for the Bengals to make the playoffs:
Cincinnati clinches the AFC North with:
1) Bengals win plus Steelers loss plus Ravens loss or tie
1) Bengals win OR
2) Bengals tie plus Ravens loss OR
3) Bengals tie plus Chiefs loss or tie plus Chargers loss or tie OR
4) Chiefs loss plus Chargers loss plus Bills loss or tie
Cincinnati clinches a playoff spot with:
The Bengals final game of the season is on Sunday night, December 28 vs the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Broncos face the Oakland Raiders earlier in the day.
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