GREEN BAY—The Packers didn't have as many turnovers in the second half of 2014 as they did in the first half, but they still had a number of impactful ones.
Here are the top five, and you can vote for your favorite in the poll at the right.
Julius Peppers, 52-yard INT-TD vs. Philadelphia
The game was well in hand, with the Packers leading 33-6 in the third quarter, but Peppers added his second interception returned for a touchdown on the season. Surprising Eagles QB Mark Sanchez by dropping into coverage, Peppers snagged a pass thrown right to him and took off the other way, stiff-arming an Eagles player the final 20 yards to paydirt.
Casey Hayward, 49-yard fumble return TD vs. Philadelphia
Already with one defensive TD on the season, Hayward added another late in the blowout over the Eagles, as Sanchez fumbled a shotgun snap. Hayward scooped it up and cruised an easy 49 yards for the score, making it 53-13 in the fourth quarter.
Morgan Burnett, INT vs. Atlanta
Burnett hadn't intercepted a pass since December of 2012 but he finally broke the drought. As Falcons QB Matt Ryan tried to throw a short sideline pass to WR Devin Hester, Burnett jumped up to haul it in, returning it 32 yards into the red zone. Four plays later, RB Eddie Lacy scored on a 1-yard TD run, and the Packers led, 24-7.
Burnett, fumble recovery vs. Detroit
The Packers caught a break on this one. With the Lions trailing 21-14 early in the fourth quarter and in good field position at their own 42-yard line, QB Matthew Stafford fumbled a handoff exchange with RB Joique Bell. Burnett recovered for the Packers, who took advantage by driving nine plays for a TD to go up two scores in a crucial Week 17 victory.
Peppers, forced fumble vs. Dallas, NFC divisional playoff
The Packers trailed 14-10 in the third quarter when Dallas RB DeMarco Murray took a handoff and headed for what appeared to be a big hole on his right. At the last second, Peppers got an arm on Murray and stripped the ball, with teammate Datone Jones recovering. The Packers turned the fumble into a field goal, climbing within one point.