"There's no way for us to simulate that (in practice), the pushing and shoving, and all the wear and tear in your legs, the physical part of that," Lewis said. "No way to mimic that. I wish we could script it that way again so I can get their wind. That's good for those guys to have to play that way."
The Bengals were 16th in third-down defense a season ago, but gave up 50 percent of the third downs against Kansas City. It resulted in Chiefs scoring drives of 70, 46 and 75 yards.