5 things we learned from Packers overtime win over Bengals

5 things we learned from Packers overtime win over Bengals

Allison dropped a short pass on second-and-9, but Rodgers went right back to him for an 11-yard gain and a first down that kept alive what became the game-tying drive with Nelson's second touchdown of the game. "I thought Aaron played one of his best games".

A sign of Rodgers' trust came with the game on the line in the fourth quarter. They've suffered injuries to both their starting safeties as well, so both sides are banged up as they head into a bonus period of football.

After failing to score a touchdown in its first two games, Cincinnati fired offensive coordinator Ken Zampese and replaced him with quarterback coach Bill Lazor. Geronimo Allison pulled in 6 Receptions for 122 Yards, including the game-deciding 72 Yard catch in overtime.

Despite the encouraging workload, per numberFire Live, Mixon finished with -2.65 Rushing Net Expected Points in Week 3, meaning a league average running back would have scored 2.65 more points than Mixon did if put in similar situations. "Really, you could see it coming in preseason".

"I think they're just overpaid rich kids that want to get their 10 minutes of fame by, for me, disrespecting the flag and disrespecting the fallen", he said. The highest temperature for a Packers home game is 84 degrees for a 42-10 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on October 6, 1963. "Any opportunities that I get blessed with, just try to make the a lot of them".

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"We just have to keep pushing", said running back Jeremy Hill. Aaron Rodgers and Geronimo Allison will be remembered as the heroes of the game, which is miraculous given how atrocious the offensive line was. "One day Brett Favre hit a long pass, since then I love Packers", he says. Green Bay gradually chipped away the Bengals lead in the second half. And, how different Sunday's game could have been if they converted a key third-and-1, not missed a 48-yard field goal in the third quarter, or got a third-down stop on one of those Rodgers' drives.

"We support our players, and we all understand what is going on", McCarthy said after Sunday's overtime win over the Bengals. With a high temperature of 88 degrees predicted for Sunday in Green Bay, the game is expected to be the hottest played at Lambeau Field. They only allowed a field goal, which was reasonable. "Good plays, bad plays, you've got to move on to the next".

Besides being streamed on Amazon, Thursday night's game will be nationally televised on CBS and the NFL Network, with play-by-play man Jim Nantz and analyst Tony Romo - the Burlington, Wisconsin native and former Dallas Cowboys quarterback who's been refreshingly fun and insightful as a commentator - handling the call in the broadcast booth, and Tracy Wolfson and Jay Feely reporting from the sidelines.

A personal favorite of mine from last year's draft, Jones looks like a player who can become a key component of the Packers' new defensive nucleus.