Thank you so much! I didn't even know the one marked in bold existed!U2 F R2 U2 L2 B D2 L2
replace the F/B moves with wide moves (this brings the moves in the first half and the second half to the same axes):
U2 b U2 L2 D2 f D2 L2
replace the L2 moves with wide moves (this brings the moves in the first half and the second half to the same faces):
U2 b U2 r2 U2 b U2 r2 = (U2 b U2 r2)2
Essentially the same type of 3-cycle as (R2 U' R2 f2)2 and (R2 u' R2 f2)2.
Protip: Check your solution! Don't look at the cube when applying your solution; look only after you're done to check that your written solution really works.
Spending just a bit of time to check your solution drastically reduces DNF rates; it'd be kind of silly to spend an hour in an FMC attempt just to DNF it.