Miami, FL (SportsNetwork.com) – Aaron Rodgers engineered a game-winning drive,
faking a spike on one key completion and throwing a 4-yard touchdown pass with
three seconds remaining to lift the Green Bay Packers to a 27-24 win over the
Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Andrew Quarless’ touchdown catch capped a 60-yard drive and came after Miami
quarterback Ryan Tannehill led three straight second-half touchdown drives for
the lead before the Dolphins were forced to punt on their fourth possession.
Rodgers beat his old offensive coordinator, Joe Philbin, who helped develop
the Packers quarterback but is now in his third year as coach of the Dolphins.
Green Bay (4-2) rallied for its third straight win and Miami (2-3) came out of
a bye week with a near-upset.