CINCINNATI — Aaron Rodgers ran everywhere, including the end zone. Twice.

CINCINNATI — Aaron Rodgers ran everywhere, including the end zone. Twice.

The MVP quarterback led Green Bay to a big first half Thursday night, running for 52 yards and two touchdowns during a 27-13 preseason victory that got the Packers' offense moving at full speed.

The Packers wanted to look crisp coming off a drubbing by Cleveland. Rodgers led the way, going 12 of 22 for 154 yards with an interception while leading the Packers to 245 yards and a 17-6 halftime lead. He also scrambled six times, scoring on runs of 12 and 5 yards.

"Obviously, you can't let the quarterback run like we did," Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said. "When that happens, it nullifies good coverage or a good initial rush, and it wipes out the other good plays you make."

Running back Cedric Benson made his Packers debut against his former team and ran six times for 38 yards. Benson led the Bengals in rushing each of the last four years, but they decided to let him leave as a free agent and signed BenJarvus Green-Ellis.

Benson signed with the Packers (1-2) on Aug. 14 and has been learning the play book. He got into a preseason game for the first time and gained 8 yards on a carry up the middle, receiving a mixed reaction from the crowd of 52,584.

The Bengals (2-1) played their starters into the third quarter but they couldn't get a touchdown, failing even on a first-and-goal from the 1-yard line. Andy Dalton played the entire first half and the opening series of the third quarter, going 5 of 17 for 40 yards and two sacks. He scrambled three times for 36 yards.

Cincinnati settled for field goals of 42 and 30 yards by Mike Nugent, the second coming after the Bengals had a first-and-goal from the 1. Dalton had to throw away a pass under pressure, a run went nowhere, and Dalton was sacked by Erik Walden, forcing the Bengals to settle for the field goal.

One of the Packers' main concerns was how the offense did when Rodgers left the game. Backup Graham Harrell has struggled in the preseason, throwing two interceptions. He opened the second half and had a hand in another turnover.

The Packers fumbled at their 15-yard line when Harrell and John Kuhn failed to have a clean handoff. No. 2 quarterback Bruce Gradkowski threw for a touchdown on the next play.

Ravens 48, Jaguars 17

At Baltimore, Joe Flacco completed 27 of 36 passes for 266 yards and two touchdowns for Baltimore before leaving early in the third quarter.

Flacco connected with nine receivers, most notably second-year wideout Torrey Smith, who finished with eight catches for 103 yards. Anquan Boldin caught a 5-yard TD pass and Vonta Leach scored on an 8-yard reception.

Baltimore (2-1) finished with 571 yards total offense and had five drives of at least 80 yards.

Titans 32, Cardinals 27

At Nashville, Tenn., Jake Locker threw for 134 yards and two touchdowns in his home debut as Tennessee's starting quarterback.

Tennessee named Locker, the eighth overall draft pick in 2011, their starter for the season on Monday. He responded by throwing for 124 yards and both TDs in giving Tennessee a 17-10 halftime lead and finished 11 of 20 for 134 yards with a 109.2 passer rating.

The Cardinals struggled without left tackle Levi Brown, who is out with torn his right triceps. John Skelton, who started at quarterback for Arizona (1-2).