Cincinnati Bengals kicker Evan McPherson was amongst those that had a rough day kicking area targets on Sunday.
More than per week after kicking the game-winning area purpose towards the Jacksonville Jaguars, McPherson was tasked with two alternatives to both give the Bengals the lead or the win over the Green Bay Packers. He missed each.
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One second stood out probably the most.
With 4:22 remaining in additional time, McPherson lined up for a 49-yard attempt that may’ve given Cincinnati the victory. His kick missed to the left and hit the windsock on high of the publish. He began to have fun considering he had received Cincinnati the sport, however he was off the mark by a hair.
Cincinnati wouldn’t get one other likelihood to win the sport. Aaron Rodgers would lead the Packers on a six-play, 29-yard drive that ended with Mason Crosby’s area purpose for the win. The Packers received 25-22.
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Crosby wasn’t significantly better than McPherson within the sport. He simply received the final snort. At one level, each groups had missed three consecutive area targets. In the ultimate seven collection, the groups mixed for 5 missed area targets.
Rodgers completed 27-for-39 for 344 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Davante Adams completed with 11 catches for 206 yards and a landing. A.J. Dillon additionally had a landing catch.
Aaron Jones ran for 103 yards on 14 carries.
Joe Burrow showcased simply how essential he’s to the Bengals offense. He was 26-for-38 for 281 passing yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Ja’Marr Chase had six catches for 159 yards and a landing. Samaje Perine had 4 catches for twenty-four yards and a landing. He additionally led the Bengals with 59 dashing yards on 11 carries.
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Green Bay picked up its fourth straight win to maneuver to 4-1 on the season. The Bengals dropped to 2-2.