The Green Bay Packers fell to (1-2) today after a 34-30 loss in Cincinnati.
The Packers had some momentum built up but lost it in the fourth quarter when Bengals cornerback Leon Hall intercepted Aaron Rodgers.
That interception turned into a scoring drive for the Bengals, cutting the Packers lead to 30-27. Green Bay took it back to Bengals 30-yard line but rookie running back Johnathan Franklin fumbled on fourth-and-one. Cincinnati picked it up, returning it for another touchdown.
With less than four minutes to go, Rodgers and the offense had one last chance to take the lead but fell short.
Rodgers was 26/43 with 244 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Franklin carried the ball 13 times and rushed for 103 yards and a touchdown. Jordy Nelson finished with 93 yards on eight receptions.
Green Bay gets next week off and return to the field October 6 to host the Lions.