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Joe Mixon challenges NFL to coin toss to see who pays tremendous for landing celebration

When it grew to become official that the Cincinnati Bengals wouldn’t play their recreation towards the Buffalo Bills following Damar Hamlin’s on-field cardiac arrest, tweaks have been made for potential playoff video games.

Since the Bengals and Bills each completed with 16 common season video games (the NFL performs a 17-game schedule), the NFL dominated {that a} potential Bills-Chiefs AFC Championship could be performed in Atlanta. 

But there was a quirk to all of it. A coin flip might have decided the positioning of a Bengals matchup towards the Baltimore Ravens.

Joe Mixon (28) of the Cincinnati Bengals celebrates a touchdown with a "coin toss" in the end zone during the first quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Paycor Stadium Jan. 8, 2023, in Cincinnati.

Joe Mixon (28) of the Cincinnati Bengals celebrates a landing with a “coin toss” in the long run zone through the first quarter towards the Baltimore Ravens at Paycor Stadium Jan. 8, 2023, in Cincinnati.
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Joe Mixon mocked that chance in a landing celebration. After scoring towards the Ravens Sunday, Mixon pulled a coin from his glove, flipped it and kicked it away.

Mixon was fined $13,261 for the celebration. Former Bengal Chad Johnson provided to pay it, however Mixon has different concepts.

Instead, the Bengals operating again needs to have a coin toss of his personal to see who pays the tremendous, and the place the cash goes.

Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon, center, celebrates a touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens in the first half of a game in Cincinnati Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023. 

Cincinnati Bengals operating again Joe Mixon, middle, celebrates a landing towards the Baltimore Ravens within the first half of a recreation in Cincinnati Sunday, Jan. 8, 2023. 
(AP Photo/Jeff Dean)

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“@NFL since y’all all concerning the coin flipping let’s do that. Let’s have a coin toss to pay this loopy tremendous for expressing myself,” Mixon tweeted on Friday. “If it’s heads I’ll pay. If it’s tails [NFL commissioner] Roger G[oodell] pay the cash to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Cincinnati.”

The Bengals and Ravens will nonetheless face off within the wild-card spherical this Sunday, however the coin flip was prevented after the Bengals defeated the Ravens Sunday.

Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon (28) looks for room during the third quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati Jan 8, 2023.

Cincinnati Bengals operating again Joe Mixon (28) appears to be like for room through the third quarter towards the Baltimore Ravens at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati Jan 8, 2023.
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The Bengals and Ravens face off Sunday evening at 8:15 p.m. ET.

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