The Green Bay Packers will try once again to get a derailed offense back on track when the team takes on the Cincinnati Bengals in a key preseason matchup at the Paul Brown Stadium. Here are a few key players to watch out for tonight:
Cedric Benson to play against former team tonight - The focus tonight will be on Cedric Benson, and rightfully so. The Packers’ new running back not only is facing his former team and making his green and gold debut; he also could be the team’s starting running back when the regular season opens. But Benson has something else he must prove: he must show he can hold onto the football after fumbling 12 times over the past two seasons.
Greg Jennings back with the Packers - Jennings has sat out the past two-plus weeks with a head injury, but he's shown steady improvement and is ready to return to the field. Green Bay has been cautious with its top pass catcher given the severity of the injury, but it doesn't seem he'll be impacted for the regular season.
Tramon Williams claims his shoulder is 100% healthy, but how will it fare when he tries to press imposing Bengals receiver A.J. Green? After being named a pro-bowler his rookie year, Green enters his second season trying to prove he is a legitimate #1 wideout.
'Family 1st' for Finley, heads back to Green Bay -Jermichael Finley won't make his preseason debut against the Bengals after all. Finley returned to Green Bay Thursday morning for the birth of his second child, leaving his position open for second-year tight end DJ Williams. With Finley out, Williams likely gets an extended look with the No. 1 offense in the first half. Williams sat out Tuesday with an ankle injury, but expected to play against the Bengals.