The Packers, fresh off a three-game win streak, have come a long way since getting blown out by Jameis Winston and the New Orleans Saints 38-3 in Week 1. It appears Aaron Rodgers has returned to form, throwing for 248 yards and two touchdowns last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and will look to keep the momentum going against a Bengals team that gave up 21 points to the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars last Thursday.
The Bengals, usually reliant on the running game, will need to implement a slightly different game plan with Samaje Perine taking over the lead backfield duties for the injured Joe Mixon. Prepare for the wideout trio of Ja’Marr Chase, Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd to be Joe Burrow’s primary weapons in Week 5.
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