By BOB McGINN
Again they played Cover 2, those same Cincinnati Bengals, and this time Aaron Rodgers beat their secondary along that same eastern sideline at Lambeau Field just as another quarterback with a golden arm, Brett Favre, did 25 years ago.
Favre’s 35-yard touchdown pass to Kitrick Taylor with 13 seconds left defeated coach Dave Shula’s Bengals, 24-23. It remains one of the most unforgettable games ever played in Green Bay.
Rodgers’ 72-yard strike to Geronimo Allison, a carbon copy of Favre’s in terms of throw and coverage, set up Mason Crosby’s 27-yard field goal in overtime as the...
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