The Green Bay Packer’s season ended with a loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night.
It ended with the Packers’ defense getting hammered by the Bengals offensive line for four quarters, giving the Packers their lowest-scoring game in a while.
The Green Bay offense was unable to get any more production out of its backfield, and it came down to the final two quarters as the Bengals’ offensive line forced a couple of fumbles.
In the final quarter, the Packers were able to move the ball on downs to take a 29-28 lead.
The Packers are 2-4 after beating the New York Giants at home and the Cleveland Browns at home in Week 4.
It was the first time in Green Bay’s history that they didn’t win at least one of their final two games.