GREEN BAY – With 8:57 on the clock and down by seven, the Packers had 89 yards to go.
Who knew in that situation they'd get 54 of them on the ground?
The Chevy Drive of the Week that tied Sunday's game vs. Dallas started with RB Aaron Jones rushing twice for 8 yards.
But then it was back to the ground game, as AJ Dillon burst up the middle for 17 yards, added 4 more on the next snap, and then Jones spun around in the hole and squirted free for 23 yards. Jones fumbled at the end of the play, but recovered it himself while getting tackled, and the Packers were credited with 7 additional loose-ball yards to the Dallas 18-yard line.
From there, QB Aaron Rodgers found WR Sammy Watkins over the middle for 9 yards, Dillon moved the chains with a 2-yard plunge to make it first-and-goal, and Rodgers found Watson in the end zone with 2:29 left on the 10th play of the drive.
It was the rookie's third TD reception of the game, and third of his young career, tying up the game to send it to overtime.