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Sunday School: Packers-Bengals

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Our W. Keith Roerdink steps to the lectern to dispense his five lessons from Sunday's 31-24 loss to Bengals. Topping his agenda is the beating Aaron Rodgers took, and his role in fixing the problem.

Welcome back to PackerReport.com's "Sunday School." Each week, we'll take a look back on the Packers' most recent matchup and give you five key lessons. Today, we get inside Green Bay's Week 2 loss to Cincinnati. 1.) Protection is a problem that Rodgers will have a hand in fixing When your quarterback takes more hits than a pinata at a 5-year-old's birthday party, it's not going to be a good day...

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