The Packers lead the Bengals 21-16 at halftime
With center John Runyan playing, the Packers began the second quarter with Clifford’s tackle Alan George, who was covering cornerback Reed’s way, 23 yards.
Running back Tyler Goodson scored on the next play with a 1-yard TD run to extend Green Bay’s lead to 14-3 with 14:05 left in the half.
Cincinnati’s Chris Evans broke up a 33-yard run to put the Bengals back in Green Bay territory. Valentine cut the third and seventh passes intended for Josephus. Evan McPherson made a 52-yard field goal to cut Cincinnati’s deficit to 14-6 with 11:13 left in the half.
With Zach Tom now at center, Clifford completed a 15-yard pass to Malik Heath through the middle to start Green Bay’s fourth series.
Dominic Davis hit Clifford when he threw on third-and-6, which led to Tyssen Anderson returning a 43-yard interception to make it 14-13 Green Bay with 9:16 left in the half.
Clifford’s offense and the Packers fell through midfield with a 28-yard pass to Torre on third-and-9 but his fourth-and-four pass to Heath fell incomplete and Green Bay turned the ball over on downs.
The Bengals responded with a nine-play, 38-yard drive that ended with McPherson’s 39-yard field goal to put the Bengals ahead for the first time, 16–14, with 1:37 left in the half.
Starting at Green Bay’s 9, Clifford Dontayvion found Wicks for 19 yards on third and seventh to keep the Packers’ two-minute drive alive. However, Clifford was picked off second when Anderson stepped in front of a pass intended for Tucker Kraft with 1:04 left in the half.
Rookie linebacker Carrington Valentine returned the ball to his offense after intercepting a thrown-out Browning pass. Taking good advantage of the turnover, Clifford made a pass through coverage to Wicks for a 47-yard gain.
Clifford rushed 13 yards for a first-and-goal by the Bengals 6 with 25 seconds left in the game. Then Tyler Davis hit a 6-yard TD to put the Packers back in front, 21-16.
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