Rodgers comeback foils Dolphins
Tannehill throws 2 second half touchdowns
MIAMI – Aaron Rodgers threw a touchdown pass with 3 seconds left as the Packers beat the Miami Dolphins 27-24 on Sunday.
On the final drive, Rodgers converted a 4th and 10.
Rodgers also ran a Dan Marino-esque fake spike to keep the drive alive.
The Dolphins staged a furious second half against the Green Bay Packers.
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw 2 touchdown passes.
Green Bay got on the board first in the first quarter.
Rodgers hit Jordy Nelson for a 9-yard touchdown.
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The Packers led 10-3 at halftime.
Miami took the ball in the second half and drove right down the field.
The Fins were sparked by a big run by Tannehill.
The drive ended when Tannehill connected with Jarvis Landry for an 11-yard touchdown strike to tie the game at 10.
Green Bay answered late in the third quarter, when Rodgers hit Randall Cobb for a 5-yard touchdown.
In the fourth quarter, Lamar Miller ran for a 5-yard touchdown to tie the game.
Miami took the lead 24-17 on a Tannehill touchdown pass to Mike Wallace.
Miami falls to 2-3.
The Dolphins travel to Chicago next Sunday.
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