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Rodgers nominated for Never Say Never Moment of the Week

Posted Oct 2, 2012

Aaron Rodgers is a finalist for the Never Say Never Moment of the Week for the Packers' go-ahead scoring drive in the 4th quarter vs. the Saints.

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Aaron Rodgers' pivotal win. Matt Ryan saves Falcons from first defeat. Kevin Kolb overcomes slow start.  These are the three finalists for the Never Say Never Moment Of The Week for games played on September 27 – October 1, 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. 

Fans may vote for one of these three moments on NFL.com following Monday Night Football and ending on Friday at 3 PM ET to determine the Never Say Never Moment Of The Week.  The winner will be announced Friday during NFL Network’s “Around the League” show and then posted on NFL.com.

After the regular season, fans will have a chance to determine the Never Say Never Moment of the Year, from among the 17 weekly winners.  Fans can vote for the winner and enter for a chance to win a trip to Super Bowl XLVII on NFL.com throughout the month of January. 

A closer look at the nominees:

  • Rodgers sees his team to pivotal win: QB Aaron Rodgers provided the Green Bay Packers with a late-game spark in an important Week 4 matchup.  After driving the Packers deep into New Orleans Saints territory midway through the third quarter, Rodgers was poked in the eye and sat out a play. The Packers' next snap resulted in a turnover, and the Saints seized momentum and a go-ahead score. Rodgers returned to the game, but threw an interception that resulted in another Saint’s score. Down 27-21, Rodgers executed a seven-play, 66-yard touchdown drive that put the Packers on top for what would be the final 28-27 score, bringing the Packers to a 2-2 record.
  • Ryan saves Falcons from first defeat: The Carolina Panthers gave the unbeaten Atlanta Falcons all they could handle, sacking QB Matt Ryan a career-high seven times. Trailing 28-27 with a minute remaining, the Falcons were pinned on their own one yard line courtesy of a BRAD NORTMAN punt. On the first play from scrimmage, Ryan went deep for a 59-yard pass to WR RODDY WHITE. That play set up K MATT BRYANT's 40-yard winning field goal which improved Atlanta to 4-0.
  • Kolb overcomes slow start to keep Cardinals undefeated: QB Kevin Kolb continues to overcome the odds.   The Arizona Cardinals were losing at halftime 13-0 to the visiting Miami Dolphins and the second half did not get off to a promising start as Kolb threw his second interception of the game followed by Dolphins QB RYAN TANNEHILL hitting WR BRIAN HARTLINE for an 80-yard score.  However, with help from an opportunistic defense, Kolb was in position to tie it late with a touchdown toss to WR ANDRE ROBERTS with 29 seconds left.  Kolb then helped deliver victory in overtime by getting his team in line for K JAY FEELY's 46-yard winner.


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