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Packers are Kings of Failed Comeback Drives

When the Bengals took the lead with 3:47 to go, they had the Packers right where they wanted them: with the ball in Aaron Rodgers' hands and the game on the line. Two batted-down passes finished off the Packers, and an opportunity was missed when Rodgers didn't see a wide-open receiver.

Aaron Rodgers owns the highest passer rating of any quarterback in NFL history and has scored more points per start than any quarterback, as well. He owns a Super Bowl ring and a league MVP award. Still, when the Bengals surged ahead with a defensive touchdown with about 4 minutes to go on Sunday, they had the Green Bay Packers right where they wanted them: with the ball in Rodgers' hands with...

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