Rodgers returns to lead Packers to playoffs

Randall Cobb of the Green Bay Packers catches the game-winning catch during the fourth quarter as...

Randall Cobb of the Green Bay Packers catches the game-winning catch during the fourth quarter as Zack Bowman of the Chicago Bears defends on Sunday. The Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears 33-28. (David Banks/Getty Images/AFP)

MIKE RUTSEY, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:12 PM ET

Crazy?

Yup.

Goofy?

Yeah, you can say that.

Unbelievable?

Better believe it.

All descriptions apply but in the end the Green Bay Packers called it a touchdown and the zaniest touchdown in the history of big games went their way and that proved to be the difference-maker in a seesaw battle that saw the Packers pull out a 33-28 victory in their win-and-in title game against the Chicago Bears.

Chicago fans will call the play in question — technically a 15-yard fumble recovery by receiver Jarrett Boykin with 3:28 left in the opening half — a kick in the groin, a stab in the heart.

In the game that featured the return of Aaron Rodgers, it was one crazy play that proved to be the difference.


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