Packers rally to stun winless Browns 27-21 in overtime
CLEVELAND -- The Green Bay Packers came back to set the stage for Aaron Rodgers' comeback.
In a game that looked like a sure first victory of the season, the Browns found yet another way to lose and disappoint their fans. Thanks to Brett Hundley's second-half heroics, the Packers rallied to top Cleveland and perhaps pave the way for Aaron Rodgers to finish a playoff run.
Brett Hundley threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams in overtime as the Packers rallied from a two-touchdown deficit in the fourth quarter for a 27-21 win on Sunday over the Cleveland Browns, who remain winless.
Cleveland fell to 0-13 and made too many crucial mistakes to break into the win column. On third-and-6, Hundley threw a short pass to Adams, who broke a tackle and went in untouched with 5:05 left as the Packers (7-6) won in overtime for the second straight week -- and third time this season.
The Packers have stayed alive in the playoff race without Rodgers, who has been out since Oct. 15 with a broken collarbone but is expected to play next Sunday. It was another devastating loss for the Browns (0-13). Green Bay's TD came after safety Josh Jones intercepted Browns rookie DeShone Kizer, who inexplicably threw the ball up for grabs while being pressured by Clay Matthews.