Bengals Go 0-3

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The Cincinnati Bengals and the Green Bay Packers faced off on the Packers home turf on Sunday. So far the Bengals had not had much luck in the season going 0-2, while the Packers split the two games. It seemed as if the game was over before it began, but Cincinnati surprised everyone when they jumped out to a 14-7 lead early in the second quarter. Aaron Rodgers then threw an interception which resulted in a touchdown to give the Bengals a 21-7 lead. Once the second half started it was clear it was the Packers game now, with Rodgers and the strong defense leading the way. Slowly Green Bay found their way back and made it a 21-17 game with the 4th quarter left. After a Cincinnati field goal, the Packers got a touchdown with 17 seconds left on the clock to tie it at 24 a piece. The game went into overtime and Green Bay hit a field goal to send the Bengals back to Cincinnati with another loss.