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Sam Bradford was sacked for a safety after he stood in his own end zone forever
For the third straight game, strong safety Landon Collins made an interception for New York, helping the Giants beat the Cincinnati Bengals 21 20 on Monday cheap jerseys night.
The former Alabama All American had two interceptions in New York's 17 10 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Oct. 23, picked off authentic jerseys wholesale another pass in a 28 23 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Nov. 6 and intercepted a deep throw by Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton on Monday night.
Dalton was trying to get the ball to tight end Tyler Kroft when Collins came down with the ball at the New York 38 yard line with 11:31 left in the game.
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After Collins' pick, the Bengals had two more possessions, but managed only one first down and never got beyond their 30 yard line as New York's one point lead stood up.
The interception made Collins the only NFL player with at least four interceptions and three sacks this season. Collins, who had five tackles on Monday, is the only player in the NFL leading his team in tackles, sacks and interceptions.
Another former Alabama standout had an interception for the Bengals. Dre Kirkpatrick picked off an Eli Manning pass in the second quarter and returned it 21 yards to the New York 7 yard line. The Bengals turned the interception into a field goal to take a 10 7 lead with 4:19 left in the first half. Kirkpatrick also had five tackles in the game. The former wholesale jerseys China Gadsden City High School standout's final two interceptions of the 2014 season came against Manning's brother, Peyton Manning, during a Monday night game with the Denver Broncos.
Cincinnati defensive end Michael Johnson, who played at Dallas County High School, made five tackles, and linebacker Karlos Dansby, who played at Woodlawn High School and Auburn, had four tackles and broke up a pass for the Bengals.
Wallace Gilberry made his return to the field for Cincinnati after rejoining the Bengals last week. Gilberry, a former Baldwin County High School and Alabama standout who started the season with the Detroit Lions, made a tackle but left the game with what was reported as a calf injury.

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