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Packers beat the Bengals 25-22 in overtime, move to 4-1 this season

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CINCINNATI, Oh. (WAOW)-- The Packers move to 4-1 on the season with a 25-22  overtime win over the Cincinnati Bengals. 

After having a day to forget, Mason Crosby got redemption in overtime hitting a 49-yard field goal to win the game

He had an opportunity to win the game as time expired, but missed a 51-yard field goal wide left. 

Crosby missed 3 field goals and an extra point before his winning kick. 

Between the Packers and the Bengals there were five missed field goals in the game. 

Aaron Rodgers finished 27-39 with 344 yards two touchdowns and an interception. 

The Packers first score came in the second quarter on a A.J. Dillion 12 yard reception from Rodgers. 

Green Bay then got the lead on a 44-yard field goal later in that quarter. 

Rodgers connected with his number one receiver, Davante Adams on a 5-yard touchdown pass just over a minute before halftime. 

Mason Crosby made a field goal of 44-yards in the third quarter and one of 22-yards in the fourth quarter.

The Packers will face their rival from the Windy City next weekend. Green Bay travels to Chicago to take on the Bears, kickoff is set for noon. 

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