13 biggest takeaways from Packers preseason win over Bengals

What did we learn from the Packers' preseason opener?
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4. Injuries the number one concern after preseason opener

Davis wasn't the only Packers player to suffer an injury on Friday. Cornerback Corey Ballentine, running back Tyler Goodson, and offensive linemen Caleb Jones and Luke Tenuta all got hurt in the game, which is concerning.

Jaire Alexander is dealing with a groin injury and didn't play in this game, while Josiah Deguara has been eased back after a calf issue.

3. Josh Myers under pressure

Josh Myers started at center, as expected, but he is still under pressure for the starting job. The Packers rotated two offensive line starters -- Zach Tom and Jon Runyan Jr. -- at center after Myers left the game. Matt LaFleur is considering his options.

2. Sean Rhyan and Royce Newman disappoint

On the note of the offensive line, it wasn't a good night for Sean Rhyan or Royce Newman. Rhyan was at fault on Sean Clifford's pick-six. He was beaten far too easily, forcing Clifford to hurry his pass. Newman couldn't stop holding Bengals defenders, drawing two penalties, and his struggles against backups were concerning.

1. Jordan Love off to good start

Jordan Love's play is the most important story for the Packers this season. So far, so good. He looked comfortable, throwing for 46 yards and a touchdown in the two series he played. Love barely missed Christian Watson on a deep pass and should have found a wide-open Luke Musgrave on third down, but they were his only mistakes from a solid performance.

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