Packers Fourth Quarter Rally Leads To Super Bowl Victory 33-30!!!

Unbelievable finish! Down 5 points heading into the final quarter, Green Bay marched the length of the field where Aaron Rodgers hit Aaron Jones for an 8 yard TD pass. Remarkably, Mason Crosby missed the extra point, but the Packers were now up by one. On the ensuing kickoff, Byron Pringle of the Chiefs coughed up the ball to Green Bay’s Tyler Lancaster at the KC 43 yard line. But, the Packers returned the favor when Jones fumbled away to ball to the Chiefs’ Jarran Reed at the KC 9 yard line. Then, facing a 3rd and 10 from that same 9 yard line, Mahomes hit Tyreek Hill for a 59 yard completion, and three plays later found Hill alone in the Green Bay end zone for Hill’s fourth touchdown of the game! Harrison Butker then managed to botch the extra point attempt, but the Chiefs now had a 30-25 lead with only 3:45 to play. And, then Aaron Rodgers went to work! He completed his last eight passes, including a 26 yarder to AJ Dillon and a 41 yarder to Davante Adams before finding Adams open for a TD with only 1:25 to play. Green Bay went for 2 and yet another completion to Adams gave the Packers a 3-point lead with barely any time remaining! Mahomes did go to work, however, connecting on a 39 yard pass to Kelce and a 19 yard pass to Hardman . . . . but, Hardman, on his next reception, fumbled the ball away to Preston Smith at the Green Bay 40 yard line with only 30 seconds remaining in the game. Rodgers went into victory formation and the Packers had their come-from-behind Super Bowl victory!

2 thoughts on “Packers Fourth Quarter Rally Leads To Super Bowl Victory 33-30!!!

    • Here’s my question to you . . . . . Why,,in God’s name, did the Chiefs let Tyreek Hill go? And, why in the world did the Packers let Davante Adams go? Two moves that are totally baffling to me!!

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