Helped Green Bay (4-1), to regain a round, after losing three straight
Cincinnati-Mason Crosby, who had lost three consecutive games, scored 49 yards in overtime and helped the Green Bay Packers (4-1), beat the Cincinnati Bengals (25-22) on Sunday.
Crosby was unable to score an additional point in the first half and scored three field goal percentages. All six of his field goal percentages, as well 11 points, were converted this season.
Crosby is usually reliable. However, he missed what could have been an important win with 2 minutes, 12 minutes, and then only 3 seconds in regular time. He also missed another overtime, before finally winning the game. He has scored 44 field goals in 46 attempts since the beginning of the 2019 season.
Burrow was intercepted during overtime by Dvon Drake Campbell, but Crosby missed the third shot of his game.
At the end of regular time, the Bengals (3-2) were tied. Rookie Jamal Chase was awarded the ball at the Packers’ 38 yard line. He scored six points and made three-pointers from 19 yards. Joe Mickelson won the second game with an 8-yard catch. Burrow found Tee Heyggins in the end zone, and converted a two-pointer with just 27 minutes remaining.
Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes, which ranks fifth in all of history. Davant Adams is the top-ranked player in his career with 11 catches for 206 yard.