In a game many thought he shouldn’t be playing in, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers delivered in the clutch against the New York Jets. He sent the game into overtime then won it on a game-winning touchdown strike to Davante Adams.
After driving down the field on the first possession in overtime, Rodgers thought he had the game-winning touchdown run to seal the win. The play got called back on a holding penalty, but Rodgers would not be denied.
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Rodgers capped off his masterful performance, which included a 15-point comeback in the fourth quarter, with a perfect strike to Adams in the end zone for Green Bay’s first road win of the season.