Packers open preseason with 36-19 win over Bengals

CINCINNATI – The starters got a few early work and multiple inexperienced persons stood out within the Packers'

36-19 victory over the Bengals in Friday night time's preseason opener at Paycor Stadium.

QB Jordan Love led the offense to 1 touchdown in two series, hitting WR Romeo 

Doubs for a rating within the first area. Love finished 7-of-10 for forty six yards.

The protective starters got an early 3-and-out, highlighted by means of a sack from nickel CB Keisean Nixon, and pretty a whole lot took a rest from there.

The rookie standouts were 5th-round QB Sean Clifford and undrafted RB Emanuel Wilson.

Sean Clifford recovered from throwing  interceptions, one a pick out-six, to direct more than one scoring drives.

He changed into 20-of-26 for 208 yards with one landing and the two INTs.

His TD bypass changed into to TE Tyler Davis, who later left with a knee harm.

Wilson, undrafted from Fort Valley State, had six contains for 111 yards and  TDs, the second an eighty-backyard run.

RB Tyler Goodson also scored on a quick TD run however later exited with a shoulder injury.

Rookie 5th-round pick Dontayvion Wicks led the receivers with 68 yards on 3 catches,

along with a forty seven-yarder past due within the first half to set up a landing. WR Samori Toure added 56 yards on 3 grabs.

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