Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers took a 27-24 win over the Dolphins on Sunday with a last-minute scoring drive that will be talked about for a while. Early in the fourth quarter an 80 yard drive tied the game for the Dolphins. Then followed a fail possession for the Packers and the Dolphins reached the end zone once again giving them the lead 24-17 with 9:13 left to play. Aaron Rodgers threw a set of passes to Jordy Nelson, the first one for 22 yards and then for 14 yards. The Packers were able to settle this drive on a field goal from Mason Crosby and cut down Miami's lead to 24-20 with 4:09 left to play. The Dolphins weren't able to score any points on their next possession and it was now in the hands of their defense. A 17-yard return by Micah Hyde positioned the Packers at their 40-yard line with 2:04 to play. Starks was able to reach midfield just before the 2 minutes warning. Aaron Rodgers was able to reach Jordy Nelson on a 4th and 10 for a first down at the 30 yard line. Then came the incredible fake spike from the Packers quarterback who eventually led to the game winning pass to Andrew Quarless!