It was the NFL game that no team seemed to be able to win Toward the end of Sunday's game, the Green Bay Packers and the Cincinnati Bengals kept missing game-winning field goals — five in all. Finally, the Packers won 25-22 in overtime.

It was the NFL game that no team seemed to be able to win

It was the NFL game that no team seemed to be able to win

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Toward the end of Sunday's game, the Green Bay Packers and the Cincinnati Bengals kept missing game-winning field goals — five in all. Finally, the Packers won 25-22 in overtime.

A MARTINEZ, HOST:

Good morning. I'm A Martinez. It was the game no one seemed to be able to win. Yesterday, the Packers and Bengals kept missing game-winning field goals - five in all. The Packers' Mason Crosby.

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UNIDENTIFIED ANNOUNCER #1: It is no good - wide to the left - his third straight miss.

MARTINEZ: Then the Bengals' Evan McPherson.

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UNIDENTIFIED ANNOUNCER #2: That is no good, my friend, no good.

MARTINEZ: Finally, just two minutes before the game would end in a tie...

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UNIDENTIFIED ANNOUNCER #1: Crosby's kick, this time, is good.

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