November 24, 2011; Detroit, MI, USA; Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) looks over offensive line before a play against the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving at Ford Field. The Packers won 27-15. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Packers vs. Bengals: Live game chat - Join us!



Today the Green Bay Packers will play the Cincinnati Bengals on the road at Paul Brown Stadium.

With Andy Dalton and the the Bengals coming into the game at 1-1, they will more than likely be as hungry for their second win of 2013 as the Packers, who fell to the San Francisco 49ers in the regular season opener, but then went wild last week in their home opener against the Redskins.

So, which Packers team will show up today? The team with the defense that’s known for taking the ball away? The team with the prolific offense that can score at any given time and from any point on the field? The team that’s supposed to have the vastly improved running game even without Eddie Lacy who has been ruled out of today’s game because of the concussion he suffered last week?

Those questions will be answered starting in just a few minutes.

So join us by scrolling down to the comment section on this page. Drop us questions, leave comments about what you’re seeing on the field today. We’ll be here throughout the game leaving our own comments, asking questions, providing statistics and much more.

We know for sure that Dan Turczynski will be here leading the charge with his insightful comments. I will be here as well and we’re hoping that other members of our esteemed lombardiave staff will stop by and join us.

In the meantime, scroll down and start commenting. We would love to hear from all our Packers fans – heck, we even invite those Bengals fans out there who want to stop by – we keep it clean here, however. No bashing – only intelligent comments.

Thanks everyone. Enjoy the game.

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