Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Cincinnati at Green Bay — The Game


Here is the second gallery of images from Sunday’s game — Cincinnati at Green Bay. Here, QB Andy Dalton throws on one of the first plays of the game.


Early action of the Packers’ defense looking to stop the Bengals’ run game.


It was a very hot day, and the folks on the east side of the Lambeau Field stands looked into the sun almost the whole game. You might want to take that into account if you’re spending a lot of money on tickets during the early season.


RB Joe Mixon, who the defense saw a lot of on Sunday, side-steps CB Kevin King (#20), who has been taken out of the action.


Mixon gets the ball again, as LB Blake Martinez (#50), DT Kenny Clark (#97), and DE Dean Lowry (#94) are neutralized, leaving S Josh Jones (#27) unblocked and in pursuit.


QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) looking for a receiver on the Packers’ first drive of the game.


RB Ty Montgomery (#88) scoots around the left end down in Bengals’ territory.


QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) gets the ball off to TE Lance Kendricks (#84, not seen) for a TD.


LB Ahmad Brooks (#55) and DT Kenny Clark (#97) get their hands up in an attempt to block an Andy Dalton pass.


The Packers’ offense waits for a TV time-out to end before huddling.


RB Ty Montgomery (#88) tries — unsuccessfully — to back through the line for yardage.


QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) eludes a Cincinnati defender who has blown by T Kyle Murphy (#68).


On another pass play, QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) taps a new elevated throwing motion.


DT Kenny Clark (#97) has three Bengals’ linemen tying him up.


A Bengals’ extra point on one of their three first half touchdowns.


Cincinnati special teams get their kick-off instructions.


Once halftime rolled around, we were in the shade for the rest of the game, which made a big difference.


The Bengals’ defense awaits the Packers’ offense.


The Packers try to get the running game going.


Good protection for QB Aaron Rodgers (#12).


Three yards and a cloud of dust.


QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) winds up without a helmet after a sack.


The Packers’ defense eyeing the competition.


S Marwin Evans (#25) and S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (#21) chase down RB Joe Mixon.


RB Ty Montgomery (#88) trying to elude Cincinnati defenders.


It really was a nice day, if it just hadn’t been so darn hot.


Packers GM Mark Murphy talks with GM Ted Thompson next to the Packers Radio Network broadcast booth.


The CBS television broadcast booth in action.


QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) rolls out to the right, looking for his receivers.


“Roll Out The Barrel”... nowhere but at Lambeau Field.


Packers’ games feature death-defying stunts by local college cheerleading units.


Head Coach Mike McCarthy (looking down at his play chart) plots the offense’s next moves.


Inciting the Lambeau crowd to make more noise.


A scrambling QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) gains enough yards for a first down.


WR Geronimo Allison (#81) makes a crucial fourth-quarter catch for a first down.


QB Andy Dalton (#14) downs the ball to end regulation time.


The tied score as the regulation clock ran out.


Beginning the overtime period.


After the thrilling pass to WR Geronimo Allison, QB Aaron Rodgers (#12) kneels on first down to secure a straight-on kick.


K Mason Crosby (#2) kicks the game-winning field goal.


The final score!


Our favorite Lambeau Field graphic.


Lambeau Field empties out, with happy Packers fans heading out into the twilight.


Looking back at the stadium for the few blocks drive to our Packerville, U.S.A. Green Bay World Headquarters. And we’ll be back on Thursday for the Bears game.

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