After attempting to slow down Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III, the Green Bay Packers won't have to worry about a dual threat quarterback this week against Cincinnati. They will, however, have to worry about Andy Dalton beating them through the air with weapons such as A.J. Green.
Anquan Boldin and Pierre Garcon had huge games against the Packers in the first two weeks, and while both are good players, Green poses an even bigger challenge. He's averaging 101.5 receiving yards per game this season, even better than last year, when he finished with 1,350 yards and 11 touchdowns.
While Green Bay will have its hands full defensively, the Bengals' defense should prove to be a tough challenge for the Packers. Green Bay was able to rack up yards against San Francisco and Washington with relative ease; they'll need to play well up front if they are going to have the same success against the Bengals. Led by Geno Atkins, the Bengals have one of the best defensive lines in the NFL.
With competitive matchups on both sides, Sunday's game in Cincinnati should be an interesting battle.
Sunday, Sept. 22, 1 p.m. ET
Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
Bengals affiliate: FOX WXIX 19
Packers affiliate: FOX 11
A DirecTV Sunday Ticket subscription offers the best chance to watch the game online, which means you either need to be out of their market or you had to have purchased the Madden NFL 25 Anniversary Edition from Amazon. If you've got NFL Game Rewind you can catch the game after it airs.
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Cincinnati: ESPN 1530 AM
Green Bay: WTMJ 620 AM