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Marvin Lewis expects his defense to play aggressively.

It also comes with a danger 鈥?as the Cincinnati Bengals found out Sunday.

They overcame the first-quarter ejection of safety Shawn Williams and three more personal foul calls during the season opener to hold on for a 34-23 victory after Williams' replacement jarred the ball loose and returned a fumble 83 yards for a touchdown with 24 seconds left at Indianapolis

"There's a lot of stuff we can do better. Too many penalties in critical situations Customized Houston Texans Jerseys ," Lewis said. "We did a nice job with that all summer and now, today, it cropped in there, so it really could have hurt us."

Williams was tossed in the first quarter after helmet-to-helmet contact with Colts QB Andrew Luck 鈥?becoming the first player to be ejected this season.

The NFL has sent a clear message to players everywhere that it intends to eliminate dangerous hits.

And for a while, it looked as if the Bengals would pay a steep price with eight penalties, three of which led to first downs.

Somehow, they managed to regain their composure, avoided any defensive penalties in the fourth quarter and overcome the loss of Williams to snap an eight-game losing streak at Indy.

Oddly enough, Clayton Fejedelem, Williams' replacement, wound up saving the game after Pro Bowl tight end Jack Doyle appeared to convert a third-and-15 into a first down by contorting his body around the Bengals 15-yard line.

Instead, Fejedelem, the second defender on the play, delivered a textbook lesson by knocking the ball out, quickly scooping it up and sprinting down the sideline for the clinching score.

"You don't get time to hiccup or flinch," Lewis said. "You've just got to keep playing."

The Colts learned that lesson the hard way Youth Colin Miller Jersey , too.

After taking a 23-10 lead midway through the third quarter, it appeared the Colts might finally end the second-half troubles from last season. This time, they unraveled again.

A.J. Green split Indy's two deep safeties 鈥?Clayton Geathers and Malik Hooker 鈥?for a 38-yard TD catch and after Adam Vinatieri's rare miss on a 55-yard field goal, the Bengals capitalized by driving for Joe Mixon's leaping 1-yard score to take the lead. Indy was called for three defensive penalties on the second series, including an inexplicable pass interference call on Geathers on third-and-15.

"I thought we played good, just penalties in the end killed us," Colts defensive end Margus Hunt said after recording two sacks against his former team. "We just need to keep playing football."

SECOND CHANCE

Doyle has been one of the Colts' most reliable players over the past few seasons.

So the fumble was out of character and teammates quickly came to his defense, starting with Luck.

"Jack cares about this game as much as any guy I've ever played around," he said. "He's an incredible person, an incredible teammates and he's a great friend. So you give him a big hug. He's going to be all right. He's going to be fine."

NEW OFFENSES

The Bengals and Colts have new offensive coordinators and revamped offensive lines, and both showed promise after slow starts.

Andy Dalton and Luck were each picked off on their first passes of the afternoon before settling down and delivering more typical performances.

Luck was 39 of 53 with 319 yards and two touchdowns in his first regular season start since having shoulder surgery in January 2017. Dalton was 21 of 28 with 243 yards and two scores.

Each was sacked twice.

GIVING IT AWAY

The Colts lost seven halftime leads in 2017, falling one game short of matching the NFL record.

And a coaching change didn't help Indy find its finishing touch Sunday. The Colts gave up 24 points over the final 20 minutes, allowing the Bengals to spoil Luck's long-awaited return.

TOUGH GRIND

While the passing games appeared to be in sync, the ground games left more to be desired.

Mixon carried 17 times for 95 yards , but the Bengals only had three other rushing attempts and wound up with 101 yards.

Indy, meanwhile Youth Rashaad Penny Jersey , relied heavily on rookies Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines in their pro debuts. Wilkins carried 14 times for 49 yards, while Hines had five attempts for 19 yards and caught seven passes for 33 yards.

Both teams need to be more effective on the ground this season.

Terrell Owens learned a valuable lesson at a young age from the most influential person in his life.

"I've always listened and learned a lot from my grandmother and how she lived her life and how she wanted me to live my life," Owens told The Associated Press about Alice Black, who died of Alzheimer's disease in 2012. "No matter what people say about you good, bad or indifferent, you just have to believe in yourself. And when you have belief in the man above, knowing you're not perfect, the people who walk this Earth aren't perfect either, and (if) you start to pass judgment and start to believe things about people who you don't know personally, then that's really a reflection of yourself."

Growing up in a poor family in Alabama, Owens had a difficult childhood and he was often lonely. He was raised by his grandmother and his single mother, who spent much of her time working double shifts to support her children.

"Early in my career when I was an adolescent and teenager, I had self-esteem issues," Owens said. "I had to get out of that and understand that you have to believe in yourself in order to progress in order to do anything in your life. I'm very proud of how my grandmother raised me."

Plenty of people have formed strong opinions about Owens, sometimes based on rumors and innuendo. T.O. certainly brought much of the criticism on himself with some of his outlandish behavior, but he believes he was also misunderstood at times. It was easier for critics to pile on than try to understand what made Owens tick.

That's why Owens believes it took Pro Football Hall of Fame voters three tries to finally get him into the Canton shrine John Brown Jersey , although he's not actually going to Ohio. Miffed that he was passed over twice, Owens is skipping the induction ceremony and instead giving his acceptance speech at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Owens said he visited the hall after his selection and decided he'd rather celebrate the big day at his alma mater.

"I feel the Hall of Fame committee needs to find a better formula and format in which guys get nominated and inducted, because all the hard work we're doing as players to better our lives, our careers, our fate is in guys' hands that have never played before," Owens said, perhaps ignoring that Hall of Famers Dan Fouts and James Lofton are among the voters. "People not giving me my recognition because a few people have said they didn't like me. The narrative has been created and portrayed that I was divisive in the locker room and I wasn't a good person or a bad teammate, but there have been people who have stood on the table for me and said I was a good teammate, a great player. But that's the narrative they didn't go with."

The 44-year-old Owens had a mostly sensational 15-year career playing for San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas, Buffalo and Cincinnati. He is second to Jerry Rice in receiving yards and third in touchdown catches behind Rice and Randy Moss, who was chosen in his first year of eligibility.

No. 81 was a five-time All-Pro, a six-time Pro Bowl pick and one of the most entertaining players of his generation. His touchdown celebrations are legendary and no one worked harder to stay in excellent shape. Some think Owens could still play in the NFL; he has toyed with an attempted comeback in the Canadian Football League. He had 72 catches for 983 yards and nine TDs in his final season, in 2010, and finished with 1 Chris Wideman Jersey ,078 receptions, 15,934 yards receiving and 153 TDs.

Owens was part of eight playoff teams but only reached the Super Bowl once after joining the Eagles in 2004. He gave a heroic performance in Philadelphia's 24-21 loss to New England, catching nine passes for 122 yards after defying doctor's orders and returning to play on his surgically repaired ankle 6 1/2 weeks after an operation.

"What I did, it was bigger than the Super Bowl for me," Owens said. "I understood the ultimate goal was to win the game and that was heavily on my mind, and I think with my performance, you can tell that was what was on my mind. But coming out of that tunnel for the first time, the media was waiting for me to run around on the field and go through my normal routine like I do before every game just to get a glimpse, see if I was limping, things of that nature on that ankle. Coming out of that tunnel, I wanted people to know my faith in God was the No. 1 reason I was able to do what I did."
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