The Bengals didn’t come away with a win Sunday, but for the first time this season, they came away with some positives.
Among them was Gio Bernard, who’s splitting time at running back, finding the end zone for the first time this season. Bernard caught a score to break a 7-7 second-quarter tie. The Bengals fell to the Packers, 27-24, in overtime.
Source: Dayton Daily News | Gabriel Burns | 09/25/17