Aaron Rodgers completed 12-of-22 passes for 154 yards and an interception and added six rushes for 52 yards and two touchdowns against the Bengals in the third preseason game.
Pressured by the Bengals' front four, Rodgers missed a wide open James Jones on a double move and threw the pick on a miscommunication with the same receiver. While the passing game isn't yet clicking on all cylinders, Rodgers is finding plenty of room to scramble, leading the Packers in preseason rushing yards (76) and scores. Rogers will likely finish the exhibition season 20-of-41 (48.8 percent) for 229 yards (5.6 YPA) and one touchdown.
Rodgers is an underrated scrambling threat, Willis and Bowman approve his testing the middle.