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Packers win Never Say Never Moment of the Week

Posted Nov 23, 2012

"Green Bay Packers find way to win" voted Week 11 Never Say Never Moment of the Week


Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers found WR Randall Cobb for a late game score to put the Packers ahead for good against the Detroit Lions. Their effort earned them the Never Say Never Moment Of The Week for games played on November 15-19, the NFL announced today. The Never Say Never Moment Of The Week is the best moment or play of the week that represents determination and perseverance. 

With a number of key players sidelined due to injuries, the Green Bay Packers faced a Detroit Lions team desperate to keep playoff hopes alive.  For much of Sunday's game, the Packers struggled offensively, yet, down 20-14 with 4:25 remaining, they mounted their best drive of the afternoon, going 82 yards in six plays on a drive capped by a WR Randall Cobb score from QB Aaron Rodgers. The win helps the Packers remain in the NFC North title chase.

Packers find a way to win was selected from among three moments by voters on NFL.com.  The other two moments were Cowboys win thriller vs. Browns and Texans survive OT scare vs. Jaguars.

 
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