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By the Numbers: Comebacks

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We go inside the numbers to detail Aaron Rodgers' success in fourth-quarter comeback situations.

A look at the Green Bay Packers' performance in opportunities for fourth-quarter comebacks or game-winning drives during Aaron Rodgers' tenure as the starting quarterback. 0: Fourth-quarter comebacks accomplished against teams that finished with a .500 record or better. According to FootballOutsiders.com's Scott Kacsmar, Rodgers is 0-18 in those games, which does not include this year's losses to...

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