Packers get on the board vs. Bengals with A.J. Dillon’s first career receiving TD

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A.J. Dillon’s first receiving touchdown got the Green Bay Packers on the scoreboard in the second quarter of Sunday’s showdown with the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Green Bay Packers running back caught a pass in the flat and rumbled into the end zone from 12 yards out to score his first touchdown in the NFL as a receiver. Mason Crosby missed the extra point, making the score 7-6 in favor of the Bengals.

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was red-hot on the drive, completing all six passes for 73 yards. His 34-yard completion to Davante Adams on 3rd-and-12 got the drive rolling.

The Packers went 75 yards in seven plays on the scoring march.

The touchdown pass from Rodgers tied him with Philip Rivers for the fifth-most of all-time at 421.

The score the third of Dillon’s career overall. He has three touches for 14 total yards so far on Sunday.

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