The series that already brought you the beginning of the Brett Favre era a drunken fan running on the field and a so called impromptu Lambeau Leap that was planned all along produced another crazy result on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.

In a game that saw a combined eight turnovers the Bengals scored the first 14 points only to see Green Bay score the next 30 and then the Bengals rally with the next 20 points to prevail 34-30 at Paul Brown Stadium.

It is the first time a team has led by 14 then trailed by 16 and then won.

The Bengals scored late in the only way they could in a game like this. After a successful Marvin Lewis replay challenge on what would have been a Green Bay first down Michael Johnson forced a fumble of Johnathan Franklin on fourth-and-1 at the Bengals 30. Reggie Nelson picked up the loose ball and went six yards before he coughed it up. Terence Newman then recovered it and went 58 yards for the touchdown.

The rally helped nullify what was four Bengals turnovers in the first half in a game that they were trying to hand over.

The Packers drove to the Bengals 20 late before Michael Johnson batted away an Aaron Rodgers pass on fourth-and-5.