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Fourth-quarter summary: Packers 24, Lions 20

Nov. 18, 2012
 

Aaron Rodgers completed 19-of-27 passes for 236 yards, two touchdowns and one interception while Randall Cobb had nine catches for 74 yards and a critical 22-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Mason Crosby missed two field goals, from 49 and 38 yards, but made a 39-yarder to cushion the lead with 24 seconds left.

Packers 24, Lions 20
Crosby, 39-yard field goal, 0:24.
Keys: After missing two critical field goals, Crosby responded to make a 39-yarder to give the Packers a four-point cushion after Detroit went four-and-out deep in their own territory.
Drive: 4 plays, -1 yards, 1:00.

Packers 21, Lions 20
Randall Cobb, 22-yard pass from Rodgers, 1:55.
Keys: The Packers’ offense only scored seven points prior to the fourth-quarter drive, but it was keyed by Finley’s 40-yard reception off a quick out route and handful of Lions missed tackles. On third-and-one from Detroit’s 22, Rodgers lofted a pass to Cobb in the end zone for the go-ahead score and final of the five lead changes in the game.
Drive: 6 plays, 82 yards, 2:30.

Lions 20, Packers 14
Hanson, 27-yard field goal, 4:25.
Keys: The Packers had a chance to tie, but Crosby missed on a 38-yarder to give the ball back to Detroit. The Lions drove the length of the field, but again stalled inside the Packers’ 10.
Drive: 9 plays, 63 yards, 4:12.

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