Packers defeat Dolphins, 26-20

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Packers beat Dolphins 26-20, improve to 7-8

At 3 and 15 there appeared to be contact between Kader Kohou and Allen Lazard on a deep ball, but there was no flag and Kohou picked Rodgers in the end zone. On the next play, Jaire Alexander singled out his Tagaviailoa and returned to Miami 14.

Miami’s Jeran Phillips was called for roughing up a passer Rodgers passed to Randall Cobb. On his first goal at Miami 7, there was a botched exchange, but Dillon jumped on it and he gained two yards.

The Packers took their first lead of the game, 23–20, when Crosby nailed a 28-yard field goal with 11:49 remaining.

After Crosby’s kickoff was stopped at 1, Miami started with an 18 of its own. Campbell then chose Tagovailoa second and thirteenth from Green Bay 30.

Taking over for 36 with 6:02 remaining, the Packers ran Jones on a stretch play on first down. Doubs from his root in the corner he caught the pass 22 yards and Robert Tonyan over the center he caught the pass 13 yards and with 3:18 left he got the ball to the Dolphins 28. moved.

Jones broke an 18-yard run on first-and-20 after Tyler Davis motioned out of the slot to serve a chip block while the Packers fell back 10 yards for a holding penalty. Miami was forced to use the first timeout with 3:03 remaining due to injury.

The Dolphins burned the final timeout after Dillon ran for 8 yards to take 3rd and 5th with 2:52 remaining. He gained two more yards on third down and the Packers used their second timeout with 2:06 remaining.

Crosby hit a 26-yard field goal to extend Green Bay’s lead to 26–20 with 2:02 remaining. The game ended with him reaching the two-minute caution when Mostert’s kickoff returned to Miami 28.

Rasul Douglas chose Tagovailoa on the second play of the drive. This is Green Bay’s fourth takeaway of the game.

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