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Fourth-Quarter Comeback History

Rodgers vs. Dallas, 2007 (Getty)

By now, you've heard the numbers: Aaron Rodgers is 5-24 when trailing by one score in the fourth quarter and 9-26 when ties and overtime is included. Packer Report examines all 35 games to see who was really to blame (or credit).

Aaron Rodgers is 5-24 when trailing in the fourth quarter (by one to eight points at any point in the period) and 9-26 when he has the ball with a chance to win the game (ties and overtime are included in that stat). Here is the nitty-gritty from all 35 of those games. 2007 Nov. 29: Dallas 37, Green Bay 27 This is the game that would put Rodgers on the map. The team's first-round pick in 200...

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