Cedric Benson's Big Half Halted, Greg Jennings Having His Way With Vikings Defense

If not for his vision, Cedric Benson probably would have finished the first half of the Cincinnati Bengals game versus the Buffalo Bills with at least 100 yards rushing. Instead Benson's vision forced him off the field and held his big first half to 14 carries, 82 yards and a touchdown. Benson also had one reception for five yards, from Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer. Palmer's fast start ended during the second quarter, picking up only a few yards and staying at two touchdown passes.

Greg Jennings found himself with a touchdown from a throw by Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers for 11 yards. Jennings also had two other receptions for a total of three catches for 71 yards and the touchdown. Rodgers hasn't been too shabby himself, throwing the ball 22 times with 14 completions for 188 yards and 2 touchdowns. Brett Favre, Rodger's predecessor in Green Bay, has thrown an interception and has managed only 96 yards passing so far against the Packer's defense.

For more on Benson and the Bengals, check out Cincy Jungle. For more on Jennings, Rodgers and the Packers check out Acme Packing Company. For more on Favre and the Minnesota Vikings, check out the Daily Norseman.

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