The Packers and QB Aaron Rodgers are one of five nominees for the NFL's Never Say Never Moment of the Year for their last-second comeback victory at Miami on Oct. 12.
Fans can vote at NFL.com through Jan. 29.
Rodgers drove the Packers 60 yards in 2 minutes, 1 seconds for the game-winning touchdown in Miami for a 27-24 victory in Week 6, hitting TE Andrew Quarless for the score with just three seconds remaining. The drive included a fourth-and-10 conversion with an 18-yard pass to WR Jordy Nelson and a fake-spike play on a pass to rookie WR Davante Adams that gained 12 yards and got the ball to the 4-yard line with six seconds left.
Rodgers and the Packers won the Never Say Never Moment of the Year last season for the dramatic fourth-down, 48-yard TD pass to WR Randall Cobb in the final minute at Chicago to win the NFC North and earn a playoff berth.
The other nominees this year are:
- The Cowboys matching the franchise's largest comeback, rallying from a 21-point deficit to beat the Rams in Week 3.
- The Browns posting the largest comeback on the road in NFL history, scoring 26 unanswered points after trailing by 25 at Tennessee in Week 5.
- The Bills beating the Vikings on a last-second TD pass from QB Kyle Orton to WR Sammy Watkins in Week 7.
- The Chargers and QB Philip Rivers keeping their playoff hopes alive with a comeback victory over San Francisco in Week 16.