Chidobe Awuzie's first interception with the Cincinnati Bengals was a memorable one, as he picked off Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and returned it 42 yards to halt Green Bay's first-quarter drive.
It was the first interception thrown by Rodgers since the Packers' 38-3 loss to New Orleans in Week 1.
"Aaron Rodgers looks visibly frustrated," FOX color analyst Jonathan Vilma said. "The pressure is there - the four-man pressure. ... Davante Adams usually wins those 50-50 balls, but he's going against a really good corner in Chidobe Awuzie. Boy did they rave about him and his addition ... now it's showing up in the games."
Awuzie, 26, is in his first season with the Bengals after playing his first four NFL seasons with the Dallas Cowboys.
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