Reid Sinnett of the Dolphins throws a pass in a preseason game against the Bengals.

The NFL preseason sometimes makes for crazy plays and remarkable finishes, and that’s what happened in the Miami Dolphins-Cincinnati Bengals game Sunday. Inside the final two minutes, with the Dolphins trailing 26-21, Miami quarterback Reid Sinnett (seen above in the first quarter) dropped back, evaded a lot of pressure, and found tight end Chris Myarick in the end zone for a touchdown that would prove to be the game-winner:

The Dolphins then went for two and hit it, putting them up 29-26, and their defense forced a three-and-out on the next possession to end the game. But it was this remarkable touchdown throw that pulled out a win when it seemed almost impossible.

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