Sunday Night Football, Packers Vs. Patriots: Fourth Quarter Turns Into A Field Goal Fiesta

The Packers got all the way down to the one-yard-line and the Patriots made it all the way to the Packer 20-yard-line. But all either of them had to show for it was a pair of field goals that has pushed the score to 27-24 with 11 minutes remaining.

For the Packers, they have driven from their own 46 all the way to the Pats 1 where they three chances to score. Stuffed on a run and jilted in the air, they had to settle for a 19-yard Mason Crosby field goal.

That left the door open for Tom Brady and the Patriots, never a good idea. Brady hit Welker on the first play of the drive for a 35-yard gain that put them in Packer territory. From there they were able to get down to the 20 but no closer. Shayne Graham kicked a 38-yarder to keep New England in the game.

Time continues to tick off the clock as each drive becomes that much more important for each team.

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