This date '92: The legend of Favre born vs Bengals

 

This week '92: A legend is born vs the Bengals

Packers 24 Bengals 23 at Lambeau Field

The Bengals entered the game 2-0 under coach David Shula, while the Packers stood 0-2.

Bengals defensive tackle Tim Krumrie rolled over the ankle of Packers starting QB Don Majkowski, knocking him out of the game in the first quarter. 

That brought in a second year QB out of Southern Mississippi by the name of Brett Favre.

The 22-year-old entered the game with 18 career passing attempts.

He proceeded to rally the Packers from a 17-3 third quarter deficit to beat the Bengals 24-23. 

The game winning drive started at the Bengals eight yard line with just over one minute remaining.

Favre would complete 22 of 39 passes for 289 yards, 2 TD and 0 INT vs the Bengals. He was sacked five times on the day.

Favre had engineered his first of 30 career fourth quarter comebacks.

The rest, as they say, is history.

Boxscore HERE

 
 
Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister covers everything in Cincinnati sports! Host of sports talk on Cincinnati News Radio 700WLW and ESPN 1530! Read more

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