Packers-Bengals warmest game at Lambeau

Packers-Bengals warmest game at Lambeau

The Packers quarterback handed the Bengals seven points when he telegraphed a throw to Jordy Nelson and was intercepted by cornerback William Jackson, who returned the pick 75 yards for a touchdown.

The Packers trail the Bengals after two quarters, 21-7. The defense forced the Bengals to punt on their first possession, leaving the door open for a 72-yard catch and run from WR Geronimo Allison and a Mason Crosby field goal to seal the win.

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A loss against the Bengals would put the Packers behind both the Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions in the early-season NFC North standings, and their next game is on Thursday night against the division-rival Chicago Bears, who just won their first game of the season. Green connection. The Packers answered with a TD of their own from QB Aaron Rodgers to TE Lance Kendricks, but those would be the only points scored by the Packers in the half.

In Nelson's absence, Davante Adams thrived (eight grabs, 99 yards and a score), but the Packers struggled to keep up with Matt Ryan and one of the finest offenses in football. Officials let the play continue and the two-time NFL MVP found Allison on about a 40-yard pass before the receiver beat a couple defenders for more yards. The play initially was ruled a fumble, but was overturned on replay. Bernard lined up as a receiver and motioned into the backfield. The Packers had six starters on their inactive list, which included WR Randall Cobb, S Kentrell Brice, CB Davon House, OLB Nick Perry, LT David Bakhtiari and DT Mike Daniels. The original record was held by Reggie White, who had 68.5 career sacks during the five years he played for Green Bay. The previous high was 85, when the Packers hosted New Orleans in Milwaukee in 1978.

NOTES: The game-time temperature was 89, making this the hottest home game for the Packers since at least 1959.

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