Oh, that's just the Steelers' rookie fourth-round pick Martavis Bryant running past Bengals cornerback Leon Hall like he was standing still. Then it's the same Bryant pulling away from Hall as if he's a prize horse in the Kentucky Derby.
The Bengals made a critical error in playing so far off of the rookie without any deep help. Oddly, it was a similar safety gaffe as the one exploited earlier by a guy who has been making plays like this for years now, A.J. Green.
The deep-speed of both of these teams came to factor hugely in the game. Bengals' quarterback Andy Dalton hit Green for an 81-yard touchdown strike in the third quarter to give the Bengals a lead. But it was the last lead they'd have, as the Steelers cracked off a 25-0 run during the third and fourth quarter, highlighted by the Ben-to-Bryant bomb - their seventh touchdown connection of the season and their longest of those seven.